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Sudeley Castle Photography Course pictures

Posted in Sudeley Castle, Gloucestershire on October 3rd, 2011 by Phil and Rachel – Comments Off

Sudeley Castle is closing to the public shortly so we have one more course available – this is what we’ll not be able to see after mid-October!

Sudeley Castle Photography Course – bugs and flowers

Posted in Sudeley Castle, Gloucestershire on August 11th, 2011 by Phil and Rachel – Comments Off


There were lots of creepy-crawlies to photograph at Sudeley Castle. George managed to get close enough for this.

And this – goes to show what can be done with a 50mm f1.8 lens!

There are a few works of art at Sudeley Castle, and George got rid of all the distractions.

Blurring the background tells us exactly what to look at.

Sudeley Castle Photography Course

Posted in Sudeley Castle, Gloucestershire on June 20th, 2011 by Phil and Rachel – Comments Off

Rachel’s group made full use of the amazing gardens:



Sudeley Castle Creative Photography Course

Posted in Sudeley Castle, Gloucestershire on June 7th, 2010 by Phil and Rachel – 3 Comments

Rachel taught a small group at Sudeley Castle – these were people who’ve either done a DSLR course previously or have quite a bit of experience. This means they can get on with the fun stuff without having explain apertures first!

On an absolutely stunning day, Rachel set John, John and Sue the mission of making Sudeley look creepy:

What it really looks like – not creepy then!

Little bit of under exposure from John and look what happens!!

There is an exhibition of modern art at Sudeley at the moment – both John’s noticed this makes great reflections:

Sue’s amazing zooming-in-with-the-shutter-open shot:

Of course there were more conventional images to be had:

John takes the record for travelling the furthest to photograph at Sudeley Castle – but it is a lovely venue to work at, or just spend the day. Just bring your earplugs for the peacocks!!