Looking for a hands-on family photography workshop for your venue – museum, park, garden, eco-centre, nature reserve, festival …? That’s where I come in!
I put on innovative nature photography workshops for children aged 7 to 14, plus at least one accompanying adult. 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.
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’
‘I just want to say it was EPIC!!! Thank you!!!’
‘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.’
‘Anneliese is so passionate about her work, it is very contagious.’
‘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, just email me.