Looking for a hands-on family photography workshop for your venue – museum, park, garden, eco-centre, nature reserve, festival …? Or for the staff at your organisation? That’s where I come in!
‘I just want to say it was EPIC!!! Thank you!!!’
I put on innovative nature photography workshops for children aged 7 to 14, plus at least one accompanying adult. And for adult staff at organisations. I provide plenty of Canon cameras and other photographic equipment for participants to use – or they are welcome to bring along their own camera or smartphone instead. All you need to provide is somewhere for me to project a PowerPoint.
‘Anneliese is so passionate about her work, it is very contagious.’
I teach my unique, easy-to-remember method of taking nature photos using compact, point-and-shoot digital cameras (or smartphones). Then we go out into your grounds – however large or small – and take photos!
The whole session lasts between 90 minutes and 2 hours, depending on your requirements.
Here’s some feedback from participants in the family photography sessions I put on at The Treasure House in Beverley, when it was hosting the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition:
‘Infectious enthusiasm of Anneliese is wonderful, well done’
‘Anneliese was very enthusiastic and knowledgeable. The techniques she taught were straightforward and her manner was encouraging. Thank you for a lovely afternoon.’
‘A very interesting and educational way to spend Saturday afternoon.’
‘We like how we got a lot of tips’
‘I learnt how to use a camera!’
To find out more and to discuss putting on a family photography event at your venue, or a staff photography training workshop at your organisation, just email me.