Capturing Childhood Workshop

It has taken me more than a week to write this post. It’s not that I don’t have lots to say about the first Capturing Childhood DSLR Workshop, I do, it’s that it takes some absorbing to believe: we did that.

 Capturing Childhood Workshop 1

Capturing Childhood Workshop 2

A whole day working with people who love their cameras as much as I love mine is a complete treat. Everyone put so much thought into their work and we were so impressed with (and a little jealous of) the photos which we saw.

But even more amazing was that the class was made up of so many of our online students. While we might know their names and have chatted to them online during the course meeting them in person was a whole other level. I can whole-heartedly say I hope it isn’t the last time our paths cross.

Capturing Childhood Workshop

I loved adding details and surprises to the day and I have to thank all of the people who helped us  to create such a wonderful day. Not least my good friend Amanda who not only created our beautiful camera straps but came down to London for the weekend to be our workshop assistant.

Capturing Childhood Workshop 4

Capturing Childhood Workshop 3

One day flashed by so quickly. A small oasis of excitement and learning in the landscape of the everyday. We should do this again soon…

You can read all about the day on our blog and if you want to hear about future events (both North and South) then sign up to our newsletter while you’re over there.

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  • Reply Super Kat (@thatkat) May 20, 2013 at 12:28 am

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