Photography workshop for parents in Surrey

Photography workshops

It’s been a busy start to the year for me with lots of workshops and headshot sessions. I also ran a masterclass at Europe’s largest photography convention last weekend. Although I’m very used to speaking in front of 8 or 9 people at my workshops, standing up and speaking in front of 70 professional photographers for 2 hours felt rather more scary! It all went really well though and the feedback that we received afterwards was just lovely. You can see a photo of us just before the class here on my Facebook page.

On Saturday I had a workshop with 9 lovely parents at the Medicine Garden in Cobham, this was much more in my comfort zone! Here is a shot of them from our morning together…

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Here are some of the comments from the feedback forms…

“After years of confusion, I finally understand how to set my camera up for best results.”
Matt Playle

“Really useful, fun workshop. Lots to take home and practise with. Can’t wait to have fun with my children and finally get great photos on the wall too!”
Becky Tennant

“Very useful – can already see the improvement in my photos!”
Michele Schnaier

“Superb. Friendly and comprehensive. Very well paced. Enough technical info to help you feel like you can work your camera with greater confidence.”
Robert Bradbury

“Really fun, laid-back, inspiring morning. Makes me desperate to get home and start snapping away. Would definitely recommend.”
Alison Coss

If you would like to take better photos of your children, join me on my next workshops in April or May. You can see all of the details and book your place here.

Have a great week,

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