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Photography workshop for parents at Medicine Garden, Cobham

I hope you are having a lovely autumn and enjoying all of the gorgeous colour that appears at this time of year. I really enjoyed teaching my Photography for Parents workshop to these lovely mums yesterday at The Medicine Garden in Cobham. Here are some of the comments from the feedback forms: “Just AMAZING! You have totally exceeded my expectations! …

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My quick tip for taking photos of your children playing in the garden

I hope you’re enjoying the summer (or lack of it here in the UK!) I was told today that I was the ‘best mummy in the world’ because I put up a pirate camp in the garden, dug out the pirate costumes and let my boys run around fighting each other while I took photos. Sometimes it really it the …

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My Photography for Parents workshop at The Medicine Garden, Surrey

We all had a great morning at my ‘Photography for Parents’ workshop on Saturday. I have been running this workshop for over 4 years now but I still absolutely love it! Nothing beats seeing the faces of the parents when they understand how to find the right light and finally take control of their cameras. Here are some photos from …

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Photos from my Photography for Parents workshop

Yesterday I ran one of my Photography for Parents – the next stage workshops in Hindhead, Surrey. This workshop is for parents who have already attended my beginners workshop and are keen to learn more. I spend time giving feed back on photos they have taken since the previous workshop and sharing lots of advanced photography tips and inspiration for taking …

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Photography workshop for parents in Cobham, Surrey

I am guilty of neglecting this blog a little as I am busy working on something exciting behind the scenes…. all will be announced later on in the year! I have big plans for this blog and it will soon have a home in a gorgeous new website. I’ve also been really busy with all of the spring family shoots …

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The results achieved at my photography workshop for parents

I held another ‘Photography for Parents – the next stage’ workshop in Cobham on Saturday. This workshop is designed for people who have already attended one of my beginners photography workshops and are keen to learn some more advanced techniques. I believe one of the best ways to learn is to have someone feedback on your photos (even if that …

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The photos produced after a half-day photography workshop

I’m always so delighted when I get sent the photos taken by parents who have attended my Photography for Parents half-day workshop. It’s amazing what they can achieve after just a 3.5 hour workshop. And so satisfying for me to know that they are now able to capture their family life beautifully. After parents have attended my beginners photography workshop, …

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Photography class for beginners in Surbiton

At the beginning of December I ran one of my Photography for Parents workshops on a snowy Wednesday morning. I ran it for the first time at Hotel Bosco in Surbiton and the guys there looked after us brilliantly. Also we were able to do our shooting practise in the lounge bar downstairs, so we were able to stay out …

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Saturday’s photography class for parents in Cobham

Well the weather may have buy amoxicillin 500mg online uk been terrible on Saturday, but I think it was the perfect kind of day to be sat in a cost craft studio learning a brand new skill! I had a lovely group of parents at my Photography for Parents workshop at the Medicine Garden in Cobham this weekend. We didn’t …

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Last weeks Photography for Parents workshop – the next stage

Last week I held one of my advanced Photography for Parents workshops at the Medicine Garden in Cobham. This workshop is for people who have attended my beginners photography workshop and are keen to learn more. Before the workshop each of the parents send me 3 images that we then review in the workshop. Everyone finds this really useful to …

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