Aldeburgh Christmas Lights – Saturday 24th November

Be Inspired!!

Are you struggling to make the most of your digital images? Do you take a bit longer to fully grasp technical knowledge or spending hours editing images in Photoshop?   Come along to Tony Pick’s gallery at either 2pm or 3.30 at 127 High St and he will give you a brief masterclass in the benefits of using Lightroom (the new photoshop).  Tony will introduce you to his workflow from downloading your pictures to the finished print.  Less time in front of your computer allows more time for photography!

An Evening with Wickham Market Camera Club

A most enjoyable evening spent with fellow Photographers at the Gallery in Aldeburgh.  Can’t wait to see your images using the new skills and techniques!

Be Inspired!  Whether its ‘Natural Landscapes’, ‘Creative Portraits’ or general ‘Camera Skills’ – contact us for information about one-to-one training sessions designed to your requirements to help you get the best from your camera.   Tel: 01728 451999


Autumn Aldeburgh and ‘arghs’

There was love in the air at Aldeburgh this weekend, as this special couple celebrated their Engagement with an amazing portrait shoot. 
With beautiful Autumn foliage and stunning water reflections this area provides the perfect backdrop…..
so pull on a sweater and your favourite denims — and it could be you in the picture! 
Some bookings available – call 01728 451999 or visit our website





Seascape Portraits with Off-camera Flash at Aldeburgh

Had a great morning photo training on Aldeburgh beach.   What a stunning picture by a great student, on only her second session with Tony.
Taking seascapes and portraits to the next level using graduated filters to achieve amazing skies, and off-camera flash for that WOW factor!

YOU too can capture your loved ones within the beautiful seascape – autumnal skies make for fantastic family portraits ideal for Christmas presents – bookings now available. Or sign up for one to one photo training to get the best from your camera.  Visit

Aldeburgh Independent’s Day – Tony Pick Masterclass

Today is the day to celebrate Aldeburgh’s Independent shops and businesses and make the most of the special offers, discounts and masterclasses on offer. Enjoy the music and festivities whilst getting to know the shop owners on the high street. Thank you to everyone who attended my masterclass outside the gallery and hope you came away with some top tips and new techniques. A big thank you to Claire and Sue and the ABA for making today possible.

The Workshop exceeded our expectations!

Just wanted to say thank you for 2 very enjoyable and rewarding mornings in Aldeburgh. Thanks to for being so accommodating with young Rowan. The workshops exceeded our expectations and we both feel reasonably confident to try out the techniques and idea’s you gave us. We expect we’ll be back in Aldeburgh in the not distant future and will call in on your shop then.

Best wishes
Dom, Mitch, Rowan.

The Big One! Long Lens Workshop

A Pre Safari test workshop with theSigma 120-400mm f4.5-5.6 DG OS HSM Lens. What a cracking lens this is, pin sharp and excellent creativity with minimal depth of field at the 400mm end.

Dorian wanted to explore the handling and qualities of the lens before departing on a wildlife adventure to Africa. Had an enlightening morning with some challenging weather conditions too.

Didn’t take long to appreciate what a beast of a lens this is. Stunning results, ideal for wildlife, sport and portraiture and all within a single lens.

Well done Dorian, looking forward to seeing some stunning pics from the Safari!


Another successful workshop today…..

Today it was Harriets turn for a workshop.   She wanted to learn about ‘product shots’ for a website.  Harriet is involved with a super shop in Aldeburgh called Burnett and Company and they sell beautiful homewares, handbags and all manner of lovely things!

The items from the shop really lent themselves to being photographed on the beach in amongst the pebbles and rocks and we achieved some marvelous results. Good luck with the new site Harriet!