Garden Photography Workshop with Jason Ingram

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Turn End Garden

Turn End

Townside

Haddenham

HP17 8BG

United Kingdom

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Award-winning photographer, Jason Ingram will lead this practical workshop on how to improve your garden and plant photography skills.

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Award-winning photographer, Jason Ingram will lead this practical workshop on how to improve your garden and plant photography skills.  The workshop will use Turn End’s listed garden as your studio.   

The day starts with an inspirational illustrated talk by Jason who will demonstrate the many techniques he uses, show you how to select good subjects, frame effectively and make the most of the light conditions. Using the garden as your studio you will have practical outdoor sessions on how to realise your own potential. Jason will be on hand to provide advice and guidance and will give you informal critique of your work. Delegates must be familiar with basic functions of their camera.

Jason Ingram, who works with international garden designers, travels widely photographing gardens. His work features regularly in top garden publications.

Itinerary:

10.00am: Arrival at Turn End and walk through the garden to Paul Wilkinson’s Studio

10.00-10.15: Welcome drink and biscuits.

10.15-11.15: Illustrated talk with Jason Ingram in the Studio Garden Room

11.15-12.45: Outdoor session using Turn End garden as your studio

12.45-13.45: Lunch in the Courtyard of Turn End garden (or, if wet weather, in the Studio Garden Room)

13.45-16.00: Outdoor session using Turn End garden as your studio

16.00-16.30:  Afternoon teas and homemade cake.

Date and time

Location

Turn End Garden

Turn End

Townside

Haddenham

HP17 8BG

United Kingdom

View Map

Refund policy

No Refunds

Organiser Turn End Trust

Organiser of Garden Photography Workshop with Jason Ingram

Turn End is a RIBA award winning group of three houses and a garden in the wychert village of Haddenham (Bucks), designed by architect Peter Aldington, OBE.  It is widely regarded as one of the finest examples of post-war housing design. Aldington, an architect and plantsman, is renowned for his ethos of linking building to landscape; house to garden; inside to outside.  In November 2017, Historic England listed Turn End’s garden at Grade II and added it to the Register of Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest in England. At that time Turn End was the only post-war listed house and garden created by the same hand. Peter’s work has brought him the greatest number of listed buildings of any living architect.

 

Turn End Trust was established in 1998 to promote the integration of building and garden design; enable public access to Turn End and other examples, and, after bequest by the Aldingtons, to conserve and maintain Turn End, its garden and associated buildings.  In the past few years, Turn End has sought to extend access to a wider range of visitors by hosting a number of public events relating to aspects of the house and garden. 

 

The Trust has a Friends Scheme, aiming to increase opportunities for pubication appreciation of the site, and to creat networks of supporters and volunteers across the community to carry it into the future.  Join as a Friend and enjoy free/discounted entry to events.

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