…it’s a photography holiday..but not as we know it, Jim…

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Camerahols are dead, long live Vendée Holidays. Just when I thought the time had come for me to perfect the art of selfishly lazing around a pool, a vibrant young couple, Matt and Emily Clark, have recruited me to work with them on the photography, and specialised food photography long weekend courses that are a part of their exciting new activity holidays here in the Vendée. Alumni and alumnae of Camerahols will remember that the main premise of our course was to relax in a peaceful environment with plenty of good food and wine….with the option of looking through the viewfinder of your camera every now and then. Vendée Holidays aspire to the same ethos with the added benefit of enjoying their courses in a luxurious house in the heart of the Vendée countryside…..check out the details on Vendée Holidays….they also offer golfing, cycling and yoga holidays.

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About Food,Photography & France

Photographer and film maker living in France. After a long career in London, my wife and I have settled in the Vendee, where we run residential digital photography courses with a strong gastronomic flavour.
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28 Responses to …it’s a photography holiday..but not as we know it, Jim…

  1. Mad Dog says:

    Sounds good 🙂

  2. bizzyella says:

    Yeah, I could do this. Can’t wait for more details.

  3. Sally says:

    Sounds perfect. Happy New Year Roger

  4. Brilliant, let me know if you need a Number 2/Assistant xxx

  5. Sounds like a good gig to me Rog 👍

  6. Eha says:

    One never knows what lies beyond the corner – I can see a smile on your face all the way from here 🙂 ! [And your temperatures are most reasonable for January . . .]

    • You are a seer! Temperatures are indeed mild which, as the locals remind me, means that the bacteria and microbes are not being killed by freezing temperatures…then again, I don’t think farmers are well known for their ability at spotting silver linings:)

  7. Dang you, Roger. I clicked the link before I could help myself. Happy New Year!

  8. Jackie Foster says:

    Such good news Roger – it looks a beautiful place! Jackie

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  9. Michelle says:

    Though I would greatly miss the dinners at your table, this sounds grand!

    • We’re working on some interesting plans with visiting chefs from the UK. We will also be cooking on planchas, in pizza ovens and fire pits…a maybe doing a weekend with Argentinian beef and wines…some interesting stuff:)

  10. Have just dropped Matt and Emily a line…

  11. ChgoJohn says:

    This certainly does look wonderful, Roger, and tailor made for you. Good luck!

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