Friday’s ‘Photography for Parents’ workshop at the Medicine Garden, Cobham


I had my 2nd ‘Photography for Parents’ workshop of the year on Friday and we had a beautiful sunny day for it and a lovely friendly group! 
I was really touched by this comment from one of the feedback forms:

“Vicki, you made the workshop fun and informative. It is a real skill to be able to condense such a potentially complex topic into half a day. I am amazed that you managed it so well – it seemed an impossible task with all of the different cameras and personalities. Yet Vicki, you did it beautifully. Well done and thank you so much.”

Feedback like that just make it all worthwhile! And I’ve already had emails from some of the group saying that they were practicing over the weekend and can already see a huge difference in the photos they are taking.

I announced a ‘Photography for Parents – the next stage’ workshop in May on my Facebook business page last week and it’s already sold out!  This workshop is for anyone who has previously attended my ‘Photography for Parents’ or ‘Photography for Creative Business Owners’ workshops. Please let me know if you are interested in attending this workshop in the future (I will probably be running another one in the autumn) and I’ll email you before I announce the date so that you don’t miss out. And please like my Facebook page to be one of the first to hear about future workshops and special offers.

And I’m very pleased to say that my new workshop website is nearly ready! It’s taken a lot of hard work, but the design is now finished, and I’m writing the content in any spare minute I get. I’m hoping to have it live in March (and now I’ve said publicly, I have to stick to it!) 

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