This introductory Garden Photography course is designed for the beginner to intermediate photographer.
3rd June - 1st July 2018
13th – 24th June 2018
25 & 26th June 2018
7th & 8th July 2018
3rd September 2018
5th September 2018
17th & 18th September 2018
22nd & 23rd September 2018
7th October 2018
9th October 2018
9th October 2018
Based here at the beautiful gardens of Parham House, students will learn the technical tools to create their own garden photographs at a professional standard. The grounds of the four-acre Walled Garden, vegetable gardens, orchard and herbaceous borders at Parham provide a beautiful canvas for artistic inspiration. This course will involve both classroom and work in the field. Students will be encouraged to develop their own ways of visually interpreting a garden through individual style.
The Two Day Workshop includes an introduction to the technical aspects of photography including the use of Adobe Lightroom to process and edit photographic images. Methods of photographic presentation and preservation will be explored. Students will spend two days in the Gardens at Parham with Elizabeth gaining practical experience whilst working on short assignments as well as creating their own new garden portfolios.
Both Photographers and Garden Designers are welcome on the course.
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 Arden Anstruther Gallery 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 has been engaged as a resident photographer at Parham. Specific
Information including Course timetable and Fees can be found here.