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‘See The Light’ with Garden Photography School

Embracing beautiful light, nature, the changing seasons and the wealth of fantastic photographic subjects to be found in a garden, Garden Photography School will help you to develop your photographic potential – whatever your level of experience or the camera you use.

We warmly invite you to pick up your camera, open the garden gate and step inside…



Insights from the Garden Photography School Journal

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Early Spring Colour at Hare Hill Gardens

A brief excursion this week to the National Trust’s Hare Hill Gardens in Alderley Edge, Cheshire, yielded a fewView full post »

International Day of Happiness

International Day of Happiness

Today is officially the spring equinox, a landmark day in the calendar that has been made even more special here in theView full post »

Abstract Garden Photography

Green Is Also A Colour

Today is St. Patrick’s Day, so what better day to highlight the colour green… Green is, of course, allView full post »

Remember Me

Have you been watching the spooky BBC drama serial Remember Me, starring the excellent Michael Palin as centralView full post »

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A Question Of Blur

Most of the time in garden photography we juggle with apertures and shutter speeds to ensure that our photographs areView full post »

Heart In The Garden

I was photographing forget-me-nots for Garden Buzz Magazine the other day when I couldn’t help but notice thisView full post »

Garden Photography by Michael Turner

Favourite Gardens of 2013

Evening light in the Fish Garden at Arley Hall Happy New Year…I hope you enjoyed your Christmas and New YearView full post »

Art In The Garden

Autumn Photography Course at Fletcher Moss

This week I finished off my Garden Photography Course and Workshop Year on a high note with some glorious weather atView full post »

Garden Photography by Michael Turner

Michael’s Garden Diary : October

Contrary to my expectations, colour in the garden this month hasn’t just been about autumnal reds and oranges.View full post »