Photography for Parents workshop in Cobham, Surrey

Photography workshops

I hope you had a lovely weekend. I had a great time on Saturday teaching this group of parents how to use their cameras effectively to take gorgeous photos of their children. I had a couple of extra people in the group to usual (so many gift vouchers bought for Christmas!) so I extended the morning by a little bit to make sure that everyone got 1-2-1 time with me.


Here are some of the comments from the feedback forms:

“Amazing! Really enjoyed the workshop…loads of advice, tips and so practical. Feeling very inspired to get creative and capture the everyday.”

“Excellent! The essentials to having a better understanding about how to take good photos of your children and getting the best out of your camera…simply!”

“Great morning buying amoxicillin online safe with fab, easily accessible tips to get started straight away. My kids aren’t going to know what’s hit them!”

“The workshop is packed full of information and really helpful tips. There’s plenty of time to put all this into practise. I can’t wait to try it all out with my little boy!”

I’m very much looking forward to seeing their homework!

If one of your new years resolutions is to finally get to grips with that fancy camera, then why not join us at one of my next workshops. I have a few spaces left on my next workshop in March and have just announced my next weekend workshop which is in June. You can see all of the details here. 

Have a great week!


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