Photography Courses Gloucestershire
Sudeley Castle, England
Photography Courses Gloucestershire are taught at Sudeley Castle – once home to Queen Katherine Parr, the last and only surviving wife of Henry VIII, who is buried in the chapel. Henry, Anne Boleyn, Lady Jane Grey and Queen Elizabeth I have all lived at or visited Sudeley Castle. More recent royalty like Elton John, and the Beckhams have attended weddings in the chapel.
It is a fantastic location and we are lucky to be able to work there – Sudeley’s gardens are among the very best in England. Peacocks strut in the gardens, stopping only to show off and be photographed. The chapel gives ample opportunities to get church interior photos right in the tricky light.
There are gardens from all the ages – a Tudor era knot garden, Victorian yew hedges and sumptuous plantings and wildflowers. There are flowers in abundance throughout the seasons, including hundreds of rose varieties. Peacocks roam the gardens – a beautiful venue in Gloucestershire, and an absolute delight to photograph. We use the castle grounds and chapel – it’s a great excuse to come to the Cotswolds. Click here for a useful interactive map of the grounds.
We are based in Chandos Hall, a lovely room used for wedding receptions at the castle. We meet there and move to the castle grounds to take photographs, returning to review the pictures. Your course price includes entry into the gardens.
Sudeley Castle closes for the Winter – opening again in April. Larger private groups and corporate groups can still be booked over the Winter – please call us for details. For photography courses Gloucestershire is a convenient location, and works well even if the other half isn’t interested in photography.
“Thank you so much for a really interesting and informative day, yesterday. The time flew by and I came away with much more confidence to fiddle with the settings on my camera and experiment, and having learnt a lot of really useful tips.”
Emma, Sudeley Castle 20125/5 stars
- “Just a note to say thanks for the great course today at Sudeley. I really enjoyed the day and learnt a lot, as well as brushing up on a few ‘rusty’ areas!!”
Viv, Sudeley Castle 2011