Members Workshop- Autumn afternoon shoot at Stowe landscape gardens- Sorry! This event has been postponed to April 2016 due to insufficient bookings.

Sorry this event has been postponed to April 2016 due to insufficient bookings! Watch the website news and announcements for an announcement.

Here's an opportunity for you to get some great landscape, architectural and portrait images at Stowe National Trust gardens.

This will be an ideal opportunity to shoot competition entry images for the set subject competitions architecture, lines and curves and water!

You will be photographing Landscapes, Buildings and Portraits with Autumn colours in the beautiful Stowe gardens, designed by Capability Brown.

You will learn how to get the best from the scene and the lighting from experienced club photographers. The club will be providing models for this event.

When?- Now postponed

Where?- We will meet at 1245 at The New Inn at Stowe gardens, that is between the car park and the visitor centre entrance.

How long is the workshop? 1300-1730

What will it cost? A £10 booking fee payable to the club to secure your place plus you need to pay for entrance to the gardens (£11 gift aided /£10 standard, plus car parking), or entrance and parking is free if you are a  National Trust member.

Will we all be able to go? No, it's members only and numbers will be limited for this event to ensure the best experience!

How do I book? Watch out for the booking form on the club site. When you book you will need to choose 2 out of the 3 sessions available i.e. Landscape, Portraits, Architecture.

Any further questions? Ask Stephen Miller- Programme Secretary or Sue Martin- Visits Secretary at the next club meeting.



This Thursday coming (16th July)

Colin will be hosting and we'll be looking at Cityscapes & Parkland Landscapes

Car park between Marlborough Gate & North Fourteenth Street.


  • Cityscape - the buildings around John Ormond House & John Lewis
  • Landscape - Campbell Park, start & finish at the Beacon.

Cityscapes - there are numerous opportunities to take both wide shots and close ups of the architecture around that part of CMK, and if the light is kind to us we'll hopefully have buildings bathed in golden light.

Landscapes - from the elevated views from the beacon through to the flat of the cricket pitch there's plenty to photograph around Campbell Park. A supplementary visit prior to the evening is advisable if you want to work out where the best view for sunset might be.

Meet at 7 for a briefing, sunset is around 21:20 and if the weather is good we could be shooting well past 10pm.

Remember, our summer programme is FREE! and open to all! If you're new to photography, or have been practicing if for years, you're most welcome to join us