Photography workshop for beginners in Surrey

Photography workshops

I had a lovely morning a few weeks ago with this group of parents at my Photography for Parents workshop at The Medicine Garden in Cobham, Surrey.

My workshops are intensive and we fit a lot into the 3.5 hours we have together, but I make sure we have fun too!

Here are some of the comments from the feedback forms:

“Excellent workshop! So full of practical information – it has made taking great family photos seem totally do-able.”
Betsy Snyder

“Great to get so much of the theory but described in a very practical way. Great group size – not too big so we could get personal assistance and plenty of time for everyone’s questions”
Ria Woodhouse

“Exactly what I was looking for – lots of hints and tips to make me think about light/composition etc. Can’t wait to start putting it all into practise!”
Andrew Preston

“Thoroughly enjoyed the course. Vicki explained everything so well. Would highly recommend this workshop.”
Emma Schute

“This workshop was excellent and extremely worthwhile. I feel inspired now to take lots of photos of my children immediately!”
Carey Camburn

Thank you to all of the parents for their lovely comments. And don’t forget I also have an online photography course for parents which covers the same content but you can take it in your PJ’s if you want!

Have a great week


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