My Photography for Parents workshop at The Medicine Garden, Surrey

Photography workshops

We all had a great morning at my ‘Photography for Parents’ workshop on Saturday.


I have been running this workshop for over 4 years now but I still absolutely love it! Nothing beats seeing the faces of the parents when they understand how to find the right light and finally take control of their cameras.

Here are some photos from our morning together…


And here are a few of the comments from the feedback forms..

“Perfect course – exactly what I needed! Love that my camera is now all set up and I can’t wait to get going. Really useful pre & post support.”
Hannah Searle

“I was anxious prior to attending the workshop due to my lack of knowledge and experience. However I was relieved on the day to find that we were all in the same boat! Vicki started from the very beginning and taught us all we need for our everyday photography.”
Ashleen Hunter

“Brilliant. The most useful part was learning about light which wasn’t covered on a full day course that I had previously attended.”
Eve Smith

My next workshop in June is now fully booked but I will soon be announcing more workshop dates, so please let me know if you are interested in attending. I will then email you as soon as details are confirmed. Thank you!

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