Photos from today’s photography workshop for creative business owners


We had a great morning at my 2nd photography workshop for creative business owners at The Medicine Garden in Cobham. (you can see how the first workshop went here)

We had a lovely group of creative people attending, ranging from events organisers to gardeners! And what beautiful weather as well so it was perfect for everyone to practice their new backlighting skills!

Here are some of the group’s names and website links, do take a look through as they run some fab businesses! 

Sarah Quiney – Not on the High Street
Jill Anderson – Anderson Landscape Design
Claire Brown – Plantpassion
Heather Grant – Lewis & Grant Parties
Ade Oduyemi – Maximum Inheritance Specialists (although Ade wanted to learn how to take better photos of his fantastic cakes which we sampled this morning!)

The eagle-eyed amongst you will notice there are 8 people in the photos, but only 6 in the list. That’s buy amoxicillin online with paypal because I haven’t included the 2 lovely ladies in this list who don’t own their own businesses and were doing the workshop to photograph things around them or their own craftwork.

And there were lots of lovely comments on the feedback forms which is always great to hear:

“…so much ground covered and yet I haven’t been overwhelmed by the technical stuff”
“…the course was pitched at a perfect level…I’m no longer scared of my camera”
“…I have learnt so much in such a short space of time and cannot wait to get practicing!”

Thank you for being such a lovely (and rather lively!) group. I’m looking forward to seeing your homework!

My next workshop for creative business owners is Friday 9th March which you can book here on MakeMe Workshop’s website. I have a number of Photography for Parents workshops before then so please book your place soon before they fill up! 

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