Forty Hall & Estate is one of England's finest historic houses set in its own Estate. The 273 acre Grade II listed estate is a rare example of an intact 18th Century Landscape, with an Ornamental lake, medieval fishing ponds and streams, a walled garden, Georgian and Victorian flora and fauna, lakes, lawns, and meadows. Forty Hall Estate is even home to one of the oldest Cedar of Lebanon trees in England. The Estate is also home to some incredible wildlife and habitats.
Each workshop will focus on a different aspect of photography and the route we take be determined by the topic. Photographic advice is given on an informal and individual basis on getting the best out of your equipment and improving your technique.
Each workshop ends in the Estate Cafe with a drink and a chat and time to review and share your favourite images.
See the Gallery below for a collection of our participants favourite images.
The price is £35.00. To book your space, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the form at the bottom of the page stating which workshop you are interested in attending.
Up and Coming Dates at Forty Hall:
July 5th 2020 - Plants, flowers and insects - a chance to explore the world of close-up and macro photography
September 18th 2020 - the colours of autumn - in the formal gardens and around the estate