Early bird catches the worm!

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For the last 4 years I have spent many mornings wading through the river in Bourton on the Water.  This stunning gem in the Cotswolds offers plenty for us photographers but its not until you explorer a little closer that you benefit from it's splendor.

Throughout the four seasons there is plenty to photograph in Bourton,  cold frosty mornings in the Winter, blossom through the spring, the splendor of trees that line the banks in the Summer and of cause stunning golden leaves through Autumn.

To be fare, you will only capture all it's beauty if you live in the area but there are certain times when you need to be there and experience all it wonderful features before the crowds.  Yes, I do mean crowds as this is one of the most visited places in the Cotswolds and when it's sunny it's like Blackpool Pleasure Beach!

So, why not join me for 2 hours of photography tuition in this stunning location from 7 am every weekend starting this Sunday. You will need your wellies for this one as we dip into the river to get some amazing pictures. Open to all photography levels and especially those visiting and want to take home some amazing pictures. As a resident I have photographed Bourton on the Water for the last four years throughout all four seasons. From dawn till dusk, you can see all the photos from the last four years at https://www.cotswoldstockphoto.com/…/T…/Bourton-on-the-Water

We will go through all the basics to ensure you enjoy and take amazing photos in this stunning location. It doesn't matter what camera you use I will guaranteed 100% satisfaction of taking some amazing photos! I want to ensure you experience the tranquil setting so get up early and join me on the banks before the crowds do.

In the two hours we will cover everything that makes up photography;

LIGHT
OPTICS
SUBJECT
APERTURE
MEDIUM
TIME

Once you understand all of these your photography will be much simpler.

Look forward to meeting you.

To book please visit https://www.thepicturetaker.co.uk/tour-workshops-1/

 

Tony Inwood