The workshops welcome photographers of all levels and no specific expertise or previous experience is expected. The aim is to provide you with a set of skills and techniques that you can use to improve your photography of plants and gardens no matter what type of equipment you use. The workshops are about inspiring you to move out of your comfort zone to take great pictures. But it is not deadly serious nor is it a course about the latest technology. In a friendly, open environment, we aim to inspire you to get more pleasure and fun from your photography for years to come.
What to bring: your normal camera setup, along with any bits you perhaps rarely use, including a tripod. Fully charge your batteries and bring your camera’s manual if you are struggling with its controls. Dress appropriately for the outdoors and bring gardening kneelers if you have them.
To book call Tamsin 07880 712649 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Includes coffee and light lunch £70
Philip Smith is a professional garden and plant photographer with twenty years’ experience. His images have been featured in a wide variety of magazines and books. In 2007, he founded International Garden Photographer of the Year in association with the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and ran it for seven years. During this time, he developed workshops in garden and plant photography for clients such as the National Trust, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, National Garden of Wales and many others. His workshops have expanded to include locations overseas, notably Parques de Sintra, Gothenburg Botanical Garden, Sweden, and I Maestri del Passagiofestival, Italy. Philip is a workshop leader for the Royal Photographic Society and author of ‘Better Plant and Garden Photography’ (Garden Photo Press, 2012).