Be part of a small group on this course devoted to outdoor practical photography amid the spring delights of Kew Gardens, with instruction and guidance from one of the world’s most successful flower and garden photographers.
After an introductory lecture, you’ll spend the day in the Gardens (and possibly in one of the glasshouses) which presents a wide variety of photographic challenges. The tutor will be drawing your attention to the trees, plants and views making up the spring picture at Kew, and sharing hints and tips for the best ways of capturing them.
Not suitable for beginners. Ideal for improvers who are keen to ask questions.
Light lunch included.
Clive Nichols is one of the world’s most successful flower and garden photographers. He has won many awards for his work and in 2005 was voted ‘Garden Photographer of the Year’ by the Garden Writers Guild. His work has appeared in countless magazines, books and calendars throughout the world and he is in constant demand as a lecturer and teacher.
He has appeared on British and Japanese TV, sits on the RHS Photographic Committee and is a judge for the ‘Garden Photographer of the Year’ competition.