1-1 Farm Workshop 


East Clayton Farm is set in the South Downs National Park. It is owned by the National Trust and run by a charity called the Lorica Trust – working to support disadvantaged people.

Your farm workshop will start at 10am with coffee and cake, we will then meet and photograph a small group of donkeys who are an integral part of farmlife.

Goats, pigs, dogs, rabbits and chickens will also be on hand to help you get to grips with “pet” style photography before we head off for a walk around the Farm before finishing back at East Clayton for a 1pm lunch and an opportunity  to review your shots.

You need at least a 200mm zoom lens, or a 10x bridge or compact camera.

Please don’t forget to bring wet weather clothing if it looks like rain. Some of my best images have been in the rain – so please don’t let this put you off. You do need to make sure your camera is weather proof though!

Please wear sensible shoes or walking boots as we will be spending much time walking around or standing still – so something comfortable is important.

If you feel you would like to learn from the absolute beginning them please take a look at my Beginners Workshop. The beginners workshop is designed to help you develop a strong photography foundation upon which you can build other skills and understanding.

How To Book

Email me using the “Check Availability”

Your workshop takes place at a time that suits us both – weekday or weekend.

Once you’ve emailed me I will confirm your chosen date and forward a PayPal invoice for you to pay a 20% deposit – the remainder will be payable the week before your session

All proceeds of this Workshop are donated to East Clayton Farm – run by the Lorica Trust – see more here.

Or to read more about how I got started in photography have a look at my blog post charting how it all began!

East Clayton Farm

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