“Looking….Seeing” a photography workshop

There are, currently, a plethora of wonderful workshops that specialise in overhead shots of beautifully propped and carefully prepared and presented food…………………………….
but my upcoming workshop is not one of those.

The programme that I’m proposing for this workshop is about “looking”. About looking at the work of other photographers, about looking around us, about looking until we get to see something to photograph, until we can’t stop seeing things to photograph. About finding the picture inside a picture that had been invisible until one “looked” again. Which means that we’ll be out and about in small villages or in seaside towns or in the open countryside….wherever there are pictures. And when we’ve taken pictures we’ll look at them on Photoshop and pull the pictures out their shells.

“Looking” can be exhausting and thirsty work so be assured that in my life and on my workshops we eat and drink extremely well. Matt and Emily Clark, our hosts, our both wonderful cooks and, happily, France is full of good wine. The workshop is based in a comfortable villa on the edge of the forest of Mervent pictures of which are in the gallery below:

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There are still places left on this workshop so now’s the time to contact either me directly ( stowellr@gmail.com) or by going to www.biginfrance.co.uk where you can find our workshop under the drop down menu of Photography Courses.

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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