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Family Smartphone Photography Workshop

08 August 2024


Adult Phone Photograp


Join us for a creative adventure in the great outdoors!

Our family phone photography workshop is perfect for family groups of young people aged 11+ and adults. Discover how to capture nature, people, landscapes and animals using just your smartphones, all while having fun and letting your creativity shine. Led by Jane Burkinshaw; a professional photographer based near Knutsford, with more than 15 years of experience of teaching photography.

The workshop will include some classroom time to focus on techniques, as well as plenty of time outside, around the grounds exploring the beauty and diversity of Tatton Park...with some challenges and activities along the way! The event includes access to the parkland on the day of the workshop and entry to the attractions used in the workshop (which may vary depending on the time of year). Participants should be dressed for the outdoors and come equipped with a fully charged smartphone.

Book your place

Meeting Point: Barn Rooms (Stableyard)

Ticket Capacity: 5 Families


10.30am – 3.30pm


£125 per family (participation for 5 people – any combination of adults and children but there must be at least one adult in each family party; includes: Smartphone Photography Workshop, Park Entry and Use of the Parkland & Attractions during the workshop)


Please bring your phone charger to the event.


Jane ran a fabulous smart phone photography workshop at Tatton Park with just the right mix of theory and practical. Jane has a really friendly and easy going style which made the day really enjoyable. I learnt so much and have already tried out many of the hints and tips. Thank you.” Rosie Ottewill 5 stars


A really helpful and informative day with Jane, who was a super teacher. It was very relaxed and plenty of time to try out techniques and put into practice what we had learned. Highly recommended". Andrea Haywood 5 stars


(Please note that the classroom elements of this workshop take place on the first floor of a historic barn, with no lift access.)