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Natural light Flower, Garden & Interior photography with Clive Nichols

17th June 2022 / 10:45 am - 4:00 pm

Join us for an exclusive workshop with world renowned photographer Clive Nichols.

The workshop will begin with a short presentation by Clive followed by a session in the 16th Century farmhouse here at Far From The Madding Crowd where Clive will walk you through how to photograph seasonal floral arrangements inspired by the Dutch Masters. You will then spend the afternoon outside in the established gardens.

This workshop is for keen photographers, and attendees must bring their own equipment. Tickets are non-refundable.

Tea/Coffee and a light lunch included.

** Please note that some of this event will take place outdoors, so please ensure that you come dressed for the weather! **

The workshop will be held at Far From The Madding Crowd in the village of Leavenheath, CO6 4PU. We will be in touch nearer the time with the exact location and any further information.


Clive has photographed many of the world’s best gardens, including HRH The Prince of Wales’s own private garden in Scotland, Lord Rothschild’s private garden in Corfu and Lord Heseltine’s private garden in Oxfordshire. His passion for the subject comes across in every image that he makes and Canon Photo Plus Magazine recently described him as ‘Britain’s Best Garden Photographer’. In addition he has photographed many interior and lifestyle stories for property developers, interior designers and magazines both in the UK and abroad

His work has appeared in hundreds of books as well as in countless calendars and brochures. Clive regularly gives Master Classes in flower and garden photography for The Royal Horticultural Society and the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.


Photograph copyright Clive Nichols, Styling by The Land Gardeners

Photograph copyright Clive Nichols, Styling by The Land Gardeners

Photograph copyright Clive Nichols, flat lay styled by Angel Collins

Photograph copyright Clive Nichols.

Photograph copyright Clive Nichols.

Cost: £200.00