I’m very much looking forward to running two new garden photography workshops later this year.
Taking place in May and June at beautiful Stonyford Cottage Gardens in Cheshire, the one day workshops are intended to give users of DSLR cameras the skills they need to take stunning images of gardens. They will learn how to use their equipment to its full creative potential, compose images for greatest impact and use lighting conditions to create photos with atmosphere.
The DSLR Beginners’ Workshop is intended for people that use their cameras on automatic and want to use more advanced settings so they can take higher quality and more creative photographs of gardens.
The DSLR Users’ Workshop is aimed at people who know how to use their equipment in Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority and Manual Modes and also offers guidance on more advanced techniques, close-up (macro) photography and basic image processing.
For further details about what you will learn on each of the courses, as well as information on prices, dates and how to book, please visit the Stonyford Cottage Gardens website here.
Below are some photos of the venue, which has featured on the BBC Gardeners World programme and in the Daily Telegraph’s list of the UK’s top 10 spring gardens.