The Photographic Academy
The Photographic Academy is the heart of print and photography training workshops in the UK, delivering the knowledge needed to take your images to the next level. Join us and learn about the entire process to creating award-winning inkjet prints with a range of courses to suit every ability. Your prints are our passion.
Learn new skills & creative techniques to take your photography to the next level.
Leave the Academy with a newfound confidence that will help you improve your portfolio.
Find inspiration from leading photographers while you explore new techniques.
From Print to Perfection
20th August 2022
Learn the essentials of colour management and choosing the right paper in order to achieve the perfect print.
Seeing Images with Leigh Preston (Part 1)
6th September 2022
This webinar is about making the most of the opportunities that you create as a photographer. Explore ways of adding intuition, influences, emotion and more.
Converting & Printing Monochrome with Confidence
10th September 2022
Learn the techniques involved in producing and printing high quality monochrome images. Look at the whole process; from taking the photo, to post-production, to print.
I learnt so much and I now have a far better understanding on prints with specific paper from PermaJet. Can’t thank them enough for putting on these courses I most certainly will be doing another one!! The paper is stunning who knew it would make such a difference!! – Joanna Wood, Fair Lady Photography
Thank you for a great day yesterday at PermaJet and surrounding area. It was a very useful day which I am sure will assist in my taking of Infrared pictures and developing. – James Langlois
I enjoyed it a lot and you succeeded in keeping my interest alive and so I will continue to do infrared. The course was very successful as far as I was concerned as it satisfied my basic need. I knew a lot of the infrared theory and practise but the processing that you covered opened up new avenues. Thank you very much for the course. You kept my interest in the parts that I knew which is a credit to you. – Chris Baldwin