Photography talks with Emma Smith

Black and white look grass in the walled garden

Join us this January as we encourage you and the family to get outdoors with your camera to see what you can capture.

Come and discover all that there is to photography as Emma Smith holds a walk and talk photography workshop.

As part of our Walled Garden and Pleasure Grounds Restoration Project we are geting you to step outside and enjoy the gardens, whatever the weather and time of year. So why not come and enjoy a stroll around the garden and learn more about how to use your camera, as artist Emma Smith show's you the best places to get the best shots and teaches you the ropes.

Who knows what you might catpure
A girl holding up a camera and looking through it
Who knows what you might catpure

This talk is working alongside our photography competition, so why not see what you can pick up along the way as your ticket includes your entry if you wish it to.

£25 per ticket, includes soup,a hot drink and your entry into our Winter Walled Garden photography competition. 

Please ensure that you bring your own camera or phone. Please also note that all entries into the photography competition must also be sent to Berrington Hall either through email or a social media platform.

To book please call: 01568 615 721

or email: Berrington@nationaltrust.org.uk

About Em Smith

A fine artist and photographer with a focus on relational art and the theme of perspective, Em likes to provide a context in which the audience can embark on a personal journey of exploration. She experiments in scale, made-from site installations and the impact of light on subject matter. Drawing upon her experiences as a campaigner and coach there is often a deeper socio-political narrative to her work.

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