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Digital Photography Courses Where To Stay Nearby


Leicestershire is a beautiful part of England with lots of tourist attraction and scenery. If you would like to make a weekend of your visit there are a few friendly Bed Breakfasts nearby with several hotels in nearby Market Harborough and lots more in Leicester city 30 minutes away.

Local Hotels and Bed & Breakfasts Accommodation

If your family would like to do something different while you attend the photography course the Leicester has a very modern lively shopping centre with several cinemas, lots of shops and restaurants and also the world famous Space Centre.

The Shoulder of Mutton - Foxton

Shoulder of Mutton

The Shoulder of Mutton is a traditional 18th century country inn and free house in the village of Foxton. This is a five minute drive from the Digital Photography Courses venue.

En-suite rooms range from £35 to £55 including breakfast.

Sunnydale Farm - Saddington

Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast

Sunnydale Farm Bed and BreakfastSunnydale Farm
Smeeton Road

Tel 0116 279 2042

The Sunnydale Farm Bed and Breakfast is situated midway between the villages of Saddington and Smeeton Westerby in the beautiful rolling Leicestershire countryside. It has twin and family rooms from £35 per person per night. This farmhouse bed and breakfast is only 1/2 mile from the Digital Camera Course venue.

Premier Inn, Market Harborough

Premier Inn at Market HarboroughThe Premier Inn, just outside Market Harbrough, is less than 5 mles from the Digital Photography Courses venue and within easy reach of the M1 and A14. It's also very close to the picturesque village of Foxton and Foxton Locks. There is also the Langton Inn bar and restaurant attached plus services. Room Only is available from £29 and they do also offer meal deals.

 Knaptoft House Farm - Shearsby

The Knaptoft House Farm and Greenway Bed and Breakfast is set well back from the road in 135 acres of the beautiful Leicestershire countryside and offer a warm welcome throughout the year

Both the farmhouse and 'The Greenway' have comfortable sitting-rooms, with wood-burning stoves, and conservatories which catch the afternoon sun. Each include a wealth of books on tourist information, local interest, and Family History research. We have a collection of old family photographs and memorabilia.

Knaptoft Farm Bedd and BreakfastKnaptoft House Farm,
Bruntingthorpe Rd,
Nr Shearsby,
LE17 6PR
Phone: 0116 2478 388

For a list of other nearby hotels and B & Bs click here

Please Contact Us If You Have Any Questions

email - or call 0116 279 6906

Student Testimonials

An exceptional course which was excellent value. I now have a much clearer idea of how to use my DSLR in a variety of circumstances which will benefit both my professional & social photography. The training was clear and concise with a good balance between practical photography and theory. Thanks J.D.

I was a complete novice but now I feel quite excited about experimenting with my photography.

Carol Aries.

I have attended several of Glen's courses and on every occasion I have found the sessions enjoyable and extremely informative.

I went on this HDR and RAW photography course with some trepidation, as I was concerned that it would be very technical, and be mostly about elaborate editing in Photoshop.

On both counts I was wrong. As usual Glen's calmly paced, easily understood tuition, followed by practicing the techniques, with a very useful review of the shots in their before and afterwards states.

In the most basic terms, I picked up invaluable tips on how to quickly improve the photos I've already taken. The terms "Bracketing"and "blending" sound very technical, but they are simple methods of accurately capturing the detail in a contrasting landscape shots (e.g. ground dark, sky light).

This training really helped with my understanding of the tonal range and contrast variations in a photograph , but more fundamentally, composition and the visualization of the finished picture before the shot was taken.

The session on RAW was excellent - this technique is simple, and relevant for those few 'special' landscape shots, that will benefit from some editing to bring out the contours of clouds, for example.

The editing in Photoshop was simple - the results from the session are images I would put on a wall!

I can't recommend this course highly enough, there really were some "eureka" moments, where all the knowledge I've picked up on Digital SLR photography all fell into place.

Marc Darling