PHOTOGRAPHY COURSES IN DERBYSHIRE
Photography & Photo Editing at Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire
Workshops at WeekendsWe've been running our workshops at National Trust Hardwick Hall since 2006. It's a great venue for our photography courses in Derbyshire. Near Chesterfield, just off J29 of the M1 motorway.
As ever we're grateful to the staff and volunteers at Hardwick who help us to find the best things to photograph each year.
We run a wide range of courses here, from beginners to landscapes as well as some specialist days:
Photo Walks - in Hardwick Park with Paul Hobson
From dragonflies & damselflies to other insects and flowersLearn all the tips and tricks you need to create breathtaking close-up & macro shots. With help using the features of your camera from Jan Hunter and advice on wildlife photography from Paul Hobson, Amateur Photographer's Masterclass Wildlife Expert. Skill Level 2, Activity Level 2.
Birds of Prey in Hardwick ParkLearn how to take great portrait and flying shots of birds of prey. Dates throughout the year. Skill Level 2, Activity Level 2. tailored one-to-one training
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ABOUT THIS VENUE
Mob: 07970 427381
Why not bring your family for a day out? Visit the National Trust Hardwick Hall website for details.
Please note that our photography courses at Hardwick are based in the classroom in the Park Centre.
Loan Cameras AvailableDSLR & bridge cameras available for loan, free of charge, just email to check availability before booking.
Other Venues NearbyYou'll also find our photography courses in Nottinghamshire at Clumber Park and photography courses in the Peak District on the Longshaw Estate, as well as our Wildlife Photography Masterclasses with wildlife expert Paul Hobson.
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All Makes & Models of CameraAll makes including Canon, Nikon, Panasonic, Sony, Olympus, Fuji - DSLR, compact system & bridge cameras are welcome on these workshops.
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Harvest Mouse - shot on our Close-up & Macro Lighting Techniques course with wildlife expert Paul Hobson
Getting the right angle - on our Landscape Photography Part 1 workshop.
4-spotted Chaser (image Paul Hobson), from our Photography Walk.