THIS EVENT IS SUBJECT TO CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) NATIONAL GUIDELINES
If you book for this event and it is subsequently cancelled because of the pandemic, a refund will be issued.
Award-winning photographer, Jason Ingram will lead this practical workshop on how to improve your garden and plant photography skills. The workshop will use Turn End’s listed garden as your studio.
The day starts with an inspirational illustrated talk by Jason who will demonstrate the many techniques he uses, show you how to select good subjects, frame effectively and make the most of the light conditions. Using the garden as your studio you will have practical outdoor sessions on how to realise your own potential. Jason will be on hand to provide advice and guidance and will give you informal critique of your work. Delegates must be familiar with basic functions of their camera.
Jason Ingram, who works with international garden designers, travels widely photographing gardens. His work features regularly in top garden publications.
10.00am: Arrival at Turn End and walk through the garden to Paul Wilkinson’s Studio
10.00-10.15: Welcome drink and biscuits.
10.15-11.15: Illustrated talk with Jason Ingram in the Studio Garden Room
11.15-12.45: Outdoor session using Turn End garden as your studio
12.45-13.45: Lunch in the Courtyard of Turn End garden (or, if wet weather, in the Studio Garden Room)
13.45-16.00: Outdoor session using Turn End garden as your studio
16.00-16.30: Afternoon teas and homemade cake.
Please bring your own SLR camera or similar, tripod, spare memory card and batteries. Please also wear sensible clothing and footwear.
£130 (Friends: £120)
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