This two day Garden Photography Course is based in the sumptuous four-acre walled garden of Parham House & Gardens. Involving both classroom and practical work in the garden, it is designed for both amateur photographers and garden designers.
The course will encompass both overall garden photography and close-up work as required to suit the individual needs of students.
Elizabeth will discuss the essentials of depth of field and shutter speed and how they affect your composition. She will also help you to understand the variables in daylight and how they influence the creation of your photographs.
You will be encouraged to define your own personal style, learning the technical and practical tools to create professional quality garden photographs. Demonstrations and individual assignments will provide an aid to this end.
Elizabeth uses Adobe Lightroom in the classroom as an aid to processing and editing students’ work. She will discuss the elements of this workflow as a helpful means for individual work.
Lunch is provided and individual dietary requirements are catered for.
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 Arden Anstruther Gallery and The Chelsea Arts Club. 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 & Gardens. She was the 2018-2019 Artist-In-Residence at Parham House & Gardens.
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