Learning from History – Photographing Plants and Gardens

Learning from History – Photographing Plants and Gardens

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About Learning from History – Photographing Plants and Gardens

As founder and now judge of International Garden Photographer of the Year, Philip Smith has viewed and appraised over 200,000 images of plants and gardens over a ten year period. This workshop will be of interest to anyone not just inspired by plants, gardens and garden photography but anyone who aspires to a deeper and richer photographic engagement with the subject of photography.  

Using examples from art and photography history, together with his own work, Philip will consider how today’s photographers can gain vital insights from artists of the past and use that learning to take their photography to a new level of observation and awareness.

Dates and times

Event dates

April 21, 2018 to April 21, 2018

Event times

Start time: 10:00 | End time:16:30

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Event cost

Non RPS Member, £55.00 – RPS Member, £41.00

Event location

RPS HQ
Fenton House, 122 Wells Road
Bath
BA2 3AH
United Kingdom

Image credit: Rob Whitworth