We had a great day being creative on the Dunham Massey photography course, at a spectacular National Trust property near Manchester. Here are some pictures from the photography course at Dunham Massey.
The deer were wandering around the house, the leaves were a million shades of green, and the weather was just cool enough to keep the wasps off.
We haven’t taught many creative photography courses at Dunham Massey – and it gives us a great opportunity to look into the grounds more than the DSLR course, which tends to be a little more classroom-based. We were surprised at the size and variety of the gardens which gave plenty of opportunities for creative photography. Dunham Massey has everything photographically – from deer, to statuary, to formal and informal gardens with reflecting pools and fountains thrown in. It’s a great place to improve your creativity on a Dunham Massey photography course. The new restaurant and visitor facilities look great, and talking to staff members in costume and in character really adds to the atmosphere of the visit. It also makes life easy to take photographs of people when staff are in character and costume.