A small group course devoted to outdoor practical photography amid the autumn delights of Kew Gardens, with instruction and guidance from one of the world's most successful flower and garden photographers. An introductory lecture is followed by a wide variety of photographic challenges in the Gardens and possibly one of our glasshouses. The tutor will share his hints and tips on the best ways to capture the trees, plants and seasonal views of the Gardens. The numbers will be limited to 12 for this course, which is suitable for anyone keen to improve their skills.
Clive Nichols has a reputation as one of the world's foremost flower and garden photographers, whose passion comes across in every image he makes. Clive has photographed many of the world's finest gardens, including HRH The Prince of Wales's in Scotland, Lord Rothschild's in Corfu and Lord Heseltine's in Oxfordshire. His work has appeared in countless books, magazines, calendars and brochures and for over 25 years he has been amassing a stunning collection of 60,000 images all of which are available for reproduction. Clive regularly gives masterclasses in flower and garden photography for The Royal Horticultural Society, and for the past five years he has been a main judge for the prestigious International Garden Photographer of the Year awards.
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