I dont normally post much about our workshops here but this was a great story as posted on our workshop website!, I hope you enjoy it.
A couple of years ago I started talking to a lady on Facebook, Cathie Gardner Adams and it soon became clear that Cathie loved her photography just like me, well soon after chatting I was helping Cathie hone her skills with her Nikon D300 and we because friends, Cathie lives in Redondo Beach, which is one of the three Beach Cities in Los Angeles County, California, United States so apart from a few conversations online I never really expected to help Cathie any further, That was until Cathie decided to book one of our workshops to kick off her vacation here in the UK, Cathie flew into London on Thursday night and came to stay with us in on of our B&B rooms, we had a few cocktails and a lot of laughs and then Friday morning we all headed off to our workshop studiosfor the real fun to begin.
Cathie had chosen one of our “getting to know your camera” workshops which as always starts with the camera settings and a few tips and tricks, after a couple of hours we headed off for Marwell zoo and it was such an amazing day, the sun shone and all but the snow leopards came out to play so Cathie got some amazing shots that made her very happy and me a very proud.
We then headed back to the studio to go over our trip, download our photos and of course edit them, we had such a great time and Cathie took some amazing photos which I am sure you will agree.
Cathie’s photography has gone from the ordinary (she wont mind me saying that I promise) to the extraordinary, each and every photo has that WOW factor and I am pleased and proud to have a big part in that transformation.
This morning after 2 nights we dropped Cathie off at the train station to head off to Bristol, then Bath, Glastonbury, and Edinburgh and we wish her a safe and enjoyable trip, cant wait to see some photos!
Here are a few that Cathie took yesterday at Marwell during our workshop, you too could be shooting like this if you call and book a course!
These were all shot through either cages, wire or very thick glass, all of which we cover on our courses.