Photos from today’s photography workshop for creative business people


We had a great morning at my first photography workshop for creative business owners

I had a group of 8 lovely ladies who all own fantastic businesses and want to take better photos of their products or things that inspire them for their blogs and social media. 

Here are the names of the ladies and the links to their websites. Have a browse through their sites; they’re a very creative bunch! Then we can all keep an eye on whether their photography is improving (no pressure then ladies!)

Oorla Morgan: Oorla Jewellery
Janne Ford: My Heart & Home (you might remember the name from this recent shoot)
Lynda Appuhamy: Kids in the Garden
Tracy Gray: Button & Bean 
Rona Wheeldon: Flowerona
Abigail Ruane: Isabel’s Attic
Heidi Sternberg: Polkadots and Blooms

My aim was for everyone to walk out of the workshop feeling confident about using their cameras, and also know how to find great light and compose their shots effectively. And judging by the feedback forms and they comments during the day, they did!

“…an excellent workshop, covered everything I needed to know.”
“…fantastic, I’ve had a great time!”
“…it’s changed my life!”
“…fantastic course. I can now control my camera, rather than my camera control me!”

Thank you ladies for a really fun morning and for throwing yourselves into it. I can’t wait to see the results of your new skills! 

There is one space left on the next workshop for creative business people on Friday 30th September. Click here to snap it up! 

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