Wildflower Photography with Peak District Professional

The Image Club feels very privileged and delighted to be able to offer members of the Ockbrook group the opportunity of spending a day with Peak District professional landscape photographer Chris Gilbert.

© Chris Gilbert

© Chris Gilbert

Chris has a wealth of knowledge to share and has kindly agreed to spend some time with a small group focusing on the wonderful wildflowers the Peak District has to offer.

Despite adverse weather conditions resulting in a late Spring this year, you will be taken off the beaten track to discover the hidden beauty of a variety of plant species including bluebells and ramsons as well as local early purple orchids.

Chris will enjoy providing suitably accessible locations which will offer you the best photographic opportunities possible, while helping you to achieve successful results from your experience in the field.

www.ravenseyegallery.co.uk

Date: Saturday 25th May
Time: 10.00am-4.00pm
Cost: £25.00 per person

As there are a maximum of eight places available booking is essential. To register your interest please complete the booking form below, and please note this does not guarantee you a place. It is anticipated that there will be a high demand for this excellent workshop which is being offered on a ‘first come first served’ basis.

Full details of where to meet and what you will require on the day will be posted out to participants prior to the event.

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One thought on “Wildflower Photography with Peak District Professional

  1. Such a fantastic day and with a delightful professional as well. A great photographer and person, well worth looking him up for more courses.

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