FROM THE SIMPLE TO THE SOPHISTICATED

 

 

CUMBERLAND LODGE is a 17th-century Grade II listed country house hidden away in Windsor Great Park. It is the largest house in Windsor Great Park and was built in 1652 on land which Oliver Cromwell had appropriated from the Crown. It is in this house, steeped in history, that we are running this instructional and creative workshop. We will look at how best to photograph architecture, artifacts, still life as well as how to capture the full beauty of the surrounding  landscape. We will consider perspectives and viewpoints, explore patterns and scale, shape and details at Cumberland Lodge. We can head out into Windsor Great Park to capture its beauty and scale. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn and develop your photography skills whilst exploring this magnificent house and its surrounding landscape. Given the small group size (max12) and led by a professional photographer, we can assist beginners through to advanced photographers. 

 

TYPICAL OUTLINE OF THE DAY

10.00 am     Meet at Cumberland Lodge for tea, coffee and biscuits.
10.00 am - 11.30am       Introduction to Photography, with particular attention to YOUR camera and the subjects we are likely to photograph at Cumberland Lodge and Windsor Great Park.
11.30 am - 3pm Putting the theory into practice walking around Cumberland Lodge before lunch and then Windsor Great Park in the afternoon.
3pm - 4pm Review your photos together over tea and cakes, back at Cumberland Lodge.
Price £135.00 per person (this includes VAT and all refreshments and meals at Cumberland Lodge).
 

 

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