It is ESSENTIAL that you read the following terms & conditions before making a booking. Making a booking on a workshop indicates to me that you have read the full terms & conditions as outlined below.
A booking secures your place on the course.
I limit my workshops to a maximum of 5 students. This allows me to spend more time with everyone, helping them with any questions they may have.
If for some reason you have to cancel your place in the workshop, I will offer you a choice of a place on a future workshop if the workshop is still being offered by me. You must contact me as soon as possible regarding your situation so that I can advertise the place to someone else and so that we can get you registered on another course.
In the unlikely event that I’m forced to cancel a workshop, I will offer you the choice of a place on another future workshops or a full refund will be offered and issued within 30 days via your payment method. No refunds will be given for any accommodation, travel or any other costs incurred by delegates due to a cancellation.
If you do not turn up for the workshop, I am unable to offer a refund or a place on another course.
Unfortunately I’m unable to give refunds due to unforeseen weather events during the workshop although I will make all reasonable efforts to re-accommodate you around your schedule whether this is attending another workshop on a certain date, or through a 1 to 1 session.
I do not accept liability for any loss of camera equipment, personal possessions, valuables, bodily injury, illness, accidents, injuries, carelessness, negligence, lack of fitness, punctuality or death unless it arises from my negligence during my workshops.
Whilst every effort is made to ensure your safety and well-being, workshops may and frequently do involve travel in remote locations during the day & night where medical, refreshment, toilet facilities are not readily accessible and/or available. All bookings are accepted on the basis and understanding that you appreciate any potential risks and hazards.
All customers are responsible for ensuring they have the correct insurances in place.
Each workshop requires different types of equipment. Please see each individual workshop requirements for a list of equipment needed.
Unfortunately I’m unable to control the weather for night sky photography. Regardless of conditions, we will stay out as long as it is completely safe to do so. If the weather on the date of a night sky workshop is to be 50% or more cloud cover then we may need to be flexible to allow the day before or after the workshop date. If they are not suitable then the workshop will be rescheduled for another week.
If this workshop date is the only date that suits you, then we can still continue the workshop under cloud cover, and I guarantee that you will still come away with fantastic image, the knowledge and the ability to shoot beautiful night sky images – this is completely up to the student to decide.