Mansion Ruins one-day photography workshop + Lightroom - only £95

Witley court is a ruined 17th-Century country mansion that was ravaged by fire in the 1930s.  Since then it has been left to decay although thankfully the grounds are still maintained and it is now under the care of English Heritage.  It is the setting for this one-day workshop and makes a wonderful photographic location, with all the grandeur and style of a mansion but surrounded by eerie silence and with missing windows, floors and roofs.  It still boasts working fountains and extensive grounds containing a lake and small waterfall, which we shall use to our advantage!

Workshop in progress - courtesy of Holly Mynott / University of Birmingham Photosoc

Workshop in progress - courtesy of Holly Mynott / University of Birmingham Photosoc

Fountain at golden hour, Witley Court grounds by Nathan Barry

Fountain at golden hour, Witley Court grounds by Nathan Barry

Glorious summer afternoon sun on Witley Court by Nathan Barry

Glorious summer afternoon sun on Witley Court by Nathan Barry

Witley court is a ruined 17th-Century country mansion that was ravaged by fire in the 1930s.  Since then it has been left to decay although thankfully the grounds are still maintained and it is now under the care of English Heritage.  It is the setting for this one-day workshop and makes a wonderful photographic location, with all the grandeur and style of a mansion but surrounded by eerie silence and with missing windows, floors and roofs.  It still boasts working fountains and extensive grounds containing a lake and small waterfall, which we shall use to our advantage!

Dates

  • 2017 dates have now gone - more details on 2018 date to follow

Details

  • 9.30 am to 6 pm approx
  • Location: Worcester Rd, Great Witley, Worcestershire WR6 6JT
  • Price £95 including venue entrance, lunch, debrief and introduction to Lightroom

 

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