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Elizabeth Zeschin Photography Workshop

Parham Still Life Flower Photography Two-Day Workshop

A New Way of Seeing Flowers with Elizabeth Zeschin

Monday 19th-Tuesday 20th June 2023

This Still Life Flower Photography course is designed for an ‘advanced beginner’ or ‘intermediate’ photographer. Based here at the beautiful Parham House and Gardens, students will learn the technical tools to create their still-life flower photographs at a high standard. The garden at Parham is awash with colour in June. The abundance of herbaceous flowers and plants provides the perfect palette for creating stunning floral images.

Students will spend two days in the Gardens at Parham with Elizabeth gaining practical experience whilst working on short assignments to create their own botanical photographic still-life portfolios. They will explore close-up flower photography and will also learn the basics of floral still-life studio photography using natural lighting in a studio setting.

Class size is limited to 6 students.

The tutor, Elizabeth Zeschin has been a successful photographer for over 30 years. Her work has been included in numerous solo and group exhibitions at The National Portrait Gallery, The Royal Academy, The Royal Photographic Society and The Chelsea Arts Club. Her editorial clients include House and Garden, Martha Stewart Living, Conde Nast Traveler, Vogue, Marie Claire and The Telegraph Sunday Magazine and The World of Interiors. She has taught Garden Photography at the English Gardening School in London and at Parham House. She was the 2018-2019 Artist-In-Residence at Parham House.

Course timetable, Fees and materials can be found here.

To book your place please email Elizabeth at zeschin@zen.co.uk.

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First mistress

Parham has been shaped very strongly by the women who have lived in it and looked after it over the past centuries. The first mistress of the House was Elizabeth Verney of Fairfield in Somerset, a goddaughter of Queen Elizabeth I.