Having our own TV Production Company means we can deliver the highest quality live training courses.
We're teachers, it’s in our veins, but when we teach creativity, that’s when our hearts really starts racing.
Truly active learning only occurs when you receive the information you need, at the time you need it, in the amounts you need.
Taking a live-Zoom course with us is as close to being in a real classroom as possible.
Franklin D. Roosevelt once said that "happiness lies in the joy of achievement and the thrill of creative effort."
Online learning via recorded videos is undoubtedly a quick and easy way to gain knowledge. The problem is that it can never deal with any one person’s specific issues in the moment.
Your group can take any of our courses collectively in the same room, remotely from their home office, or a combination of both.
Because we have been teaching creativity for so long, we have been able to create blocks of training time that are honed to produce an instant leap in creative output.
Participants are guided through the technical requirements in a way that gives them the essential minimum starting points.
Because we're concentrating on creativity first, we can deliver our training with any kind of Apple or Android camera phone.
A unique feature of The Creative Guide training system is our concentration on only using phone apps to edit images.
Online learning means that you can watch day or night, but things can get in the way!
It's hard to be creative if technical hurdles are constantly blocking you.
Our Zoom Classrooms guarantee a high-quality learning environment with HD Live Zoom Broadcasts and high-quality sound.
The bedrock of our group courses is the accompanying Tutorial Notes. They are clear and well-ordered.
Community Forum just for your course! Ask (or even answer!) any questions related to what you have learned.
The goal of any visual medium is to share images as widely as possible.
Apart from being a treat to everyone who takes the course, a Photobook makes a unique personalized gift that participants can gift to other family members and work colleagues.
There's nothing quite like seeing an image printed on paper; it seems more ‘real,’ particularly when it’s your own.