Garden Photography Workshop: Winter
Capture the garden in winter on a photography workshop. A time of year when the shape of the plants and trees can be clearly seen and there are splashes of colour from early flower bulbs.
- Booking essential
The workshop is a half-day session with Roger Bloxham on how to photograph the garden in winter. Suitable for those with experience of using their digital SLR or mirrorless camera.
Event ticket prices
All £25.00inc tea, coffee & cake
- Booking details
- Call 01444 405250
- Children over 12 please. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.
- Assistance dogs are welcome.
- Meeting point
- Please use the main car park and a member of staff will meet you outside Nymans reception at 9:15am. The workshop is in our rustic Potting Shed in the garden which is 5 minute walk from reception.
- What to bring and wear
- Please wear suitable footwear and all weather clothing for being outside. Your digital SLR or bridge camera. You may wish to bring pen and paper for making notes and a tripod if you have one.
- Generally level paths, mostly gravelled. Some steps. Level access entrance to Potting Shed. Accessible toilets are located in the car park.
- Admission to the gardens is included in the ticket price. Nymans garden, café and shop open at 10am. The toilets are approximately a 5 minute walk from the Potting Shed. Tea, coffee and cake will be provided. Please advise us of any dietary requirements at time of booking. Most events require a minimum number of attendees to run. If this minimum is not reached we will contact you to advise of cancellation approximately 3-5 days before the event. We will make every attempt to reallocate you to another workshop or a full refund will be offered. We will only cancel the event on the day if we decide that it is not safe to run (normally due to severe weather) or if the workshop tutor is unable to attend, for example due to ill-health. If this is the case, you will be notified by telephone as soon as possible.
|11 February 2020||09:30 - 13:00||Available|