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Living and Loving Landscapes with Tom Mackie

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Tom Mackie is hosting a two-day landscape workshop in Norfolk, 19th - 20th September 2009.

Press release:

Tom Mackie Images, a leader in photography and photographic training is pleased to introduce a new two-day landscape workshop on 19th - 20th September 2009. Taking place in Norfolk the event is designed to support all photographers to take their landscape photography to another level.

Over the weekend you will have the opportunity to explore some of the best shooting locations around Norfolk with award-winning Landscape and Architectural photographer Tom Mackie. Tom will be demonstrating how he captures amazing landscapes and will show how you can too by exploring alternative approaches.

Commenting on the event, Tom Mackie said, “This exclusive two day workshop starts just before sunrise and then we go straight into an intensive but extremely enjoyable couple of days of shooting. I will be showing the group my favourite shooting locations such as Norfolk’s expansive stunning coastline, the Broads, eye-catching windmills and much more.”

Tom has worked at some of the best locations in the UK and overseas and he will offer everyone that attends the opportunity to learn from his expertise and experience.

Both days will concentrate on taking pictures as much as possible in the field but Tom will also talk about planning, designing the locations, composition and the use of natural light. Additionally the event will also informatively include time for you to ask Tom for advice or the opportunity to have him critique your work.

Wherever the location, if you have the desire to capture images to be proud of this event will help you to rethink your creative approach and provide you with images that you will be extremely proud of.

Tom Mackie photographic events are renowned for there exclusivity as they are designed for very small groups of attendees. This event therefore has limited places so if you are interested in receiving rewarding advice and images you should contact +44 (0)1603 465 292 / to book your place.

If you are interested in other photographic training workshops and events please also call to discuss.


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