Malcolm came to our first photography course Warwick Castle. He has been on a course with us before:
Many thanks for Fridays session at Warwick Castle, I thoroughly enjoyed it. We couldn’t have hoped for better weather and it was nice working in a small group. Thanks for the notes and the guidance on Friday it was really helpful, and a great way to learn.
We were blessed with a small group and lovely weather. There were hardly any other customers, besides a couple of school groups who disappeared into the castle. For a photography course Warwick Castle has a lot to offer – a genuine 13th century fortress, a Capability Brown garden, birds of prey flying (actually the Sea Eagle had escaped and is living wild in the grounds for a few days), and knowledgeable staff.
With so few people around and very friendly peacocks, we had the run of the place and got some clear and intentional shots in the rather nice light.
As always we started with portrait pictures (in this case of the peacocks and fountains), and then after taking a rather agreeable lunch in the undercroft restaurant, we progressed in the afternoon to taking landscape shots in the grounds. With four participants (two of whom had come on earlier courses and one who had brought a friend), Phil was able to give everyone plenty of time. We can see that for photography courses Warwick Castle is going to make a great new venue.
Whether you want to get out into the magnificent grounds, take shots of the occasional bird of prey demonstrations or jousting, this the place for you. We’ll buy your entry ticket, all you need to pay for is lunch or you can bring sandwiches if you prefer. There is a lot to see on photography courses at Warwick castle. You can book a place here.