The Complete Photographer Workshop
21st February - 25th February 2018
For full details of what is include please see the course description HERE
A huge turning point for me this year was Andrew's Complete Photographer course. Eat, sleep, drink photography - it was fantastic 😀
Is this you?
You have a camera and you have got to grips with the basics of how to produce an image. At first, you were pleased with the results but now you feel like you’re in a bit of a rut and you know you could be better. You are very accomplished in other areas of your life so shouldn’t your expectations be just as high where your photography is concerned? That’s a perfectly reasonable aspiration but you know that your skill set is holding you back. You’re hungry for knowledge, understanding and the opportunity to experiment with new techniques, different genres, creative studio work and beautiful locations. And you’re impatient to get going with it. Quite simply, this comprehensive four-day hands-on learning experience, located in the glorious Lincolnshire Wolds, is the perfect solution; it equips you with everything you need to move forward at a pace you could not otherwise hope to achieve.
How do we meet your specific photographic needs?
The Complete Photographer series of workshops has been designed with both professionals and amateurs in mind. How come? In essence, the only difference between the two is this: professionals get paid. No matter what you aim to do with your increased level of expertise, the quality of your photography is central and that’s what we teach. Because we don’t offer advice on how to run a business, you receive a pure and undiluted five days of skills-based, hands-on photography tuition.
The clue is in the name of the course.
What if you’re a beginner?
Lack of experience is never a barrier to learning. You may be just starting out but, if you’ve got drive and ambition, you are entitled to the same opportunities as someone who has more experience. What you need is a fast-track foundation course, so that’s what we provide. Contact us if you would like a free half day foundation course prior to the workshop.
Access and Accommodation
Rose Cottage Farm is located in the small village of South Willingham. It sits near the top of The Wolds with views over surrounding countryside. We make use of 2 large local halls for the studio work and have a number of disused farm buildings for location work. The City of Lincoln is about 30 minutes away by car and the market towns of Louth, Market Rasen and Horncaslle are all about 15 minutes away.
For people travelling by rail there are mainline stations at Lincoln and Market Rasen, we run a complimentary delivery and collection service to and from the stations. There is also regular buses from Lincoln that stop in the centre of the village
Local B&Bs within 10 minutes drive are:
Glebe Farm which include holiday cottages: http://www.glebe-farm.com/
The Old School http://www.theoldschoolbandblincolnshire.co.uk/
The Grange http://www.thegrange-lincolnshire.co.uk/
Prices start from around £40 per person per night.
For hotels the Advocate Arms in Market Rasen is a lovely refurbished boutique hotel with an excellent restaurant. Louth has several good quality hotels including Kenwick Park and Lincoln is full of Hotels from the Premier Inn to some expensive period building in the Cathedral area.
If you are visiting as a group why not consider booking a cottage?
For more information on the course including details on accommodation and transport please view the full course description HERE
Read about the first Complete Photographer workshop HERE
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Venue: Rose Cottage Farm
Venue Phone: 01522 306241
Venue Website: www.andrewappleton.comAddress:
- 5 Day Workshop
February 21, 2018 - February 25, 2018
11:00 am - 4:00 pm