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New School of Photography Workshops from Park Cameras

New School of Photography Workshops from Park Cameras - Park Cameras teams up with Ian Pack and Great Dixter House and Gardens.

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Park Cameras have a new workshop for you to attend. Great Dixter Garden Photography is all about capturing the Great Dixter Gardens, near Rye in East Sussex and you can book your place now.
Press Release:
Park Cameras is delighted to announce the creation of a series of new School of Photography Workshops which looks to harness the combined potential of local, Sussex-based photographic authorities. Therefore, in partnership with local photographer Ian Pack and the renowned Great Dixter House and Gardens, near Rye in East Sussex, Park Cameras has created a bespoke course – Great Dixter Garden Photography - that captures the unique landscapes and surroundings of the Great Dixter Gardens.

Under the tutelage of expert landscape photographer Ian Pack, attending delegates will have unrivalled access to the Gardens during a day-long ‘Master Class’ specifically designed so as to ensure that you are exposed to a wide spectrum of landscape shooting scenarios as well as receiving invaluable hints and tips from Ian based on decades of experience shooting garden and landscape features.

In conjunction with Ian Pack and Great Dixter House and Gardens, Park Cameras has created a series of dates for landscape and garden enthusiasts to benefit from and priced at only £165 with the added opportunity of receiving £125 of Park Cameras Gift Vouchers at Park Cameras we feel that we have greatly added to the existing range of courses that we currently provide through our School of Photography training platform.
 
Course Dates:
  • 8th April 2010  
  • 14th May 2010   
  • 7th June 2010
  • 5th July 2010
For more information as to how you can book your place, please visit Park Cameras.

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