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by Adrian Smale last modified 17 Feb, 2020 12:00 PM

Salisbury Diocese through a Photographers Lens

After last year’s successful ‘Through the seasons with a rural lens’ we are back this year to explore other parts of the Diocese of Salisbury as we are blessed to live in a very beautiful part of England. This is an opportunity for those of all skill levels who enjoy photography to spend a day together indulging our hobby and honing our skills. As well as having an enjoyable time we also hope to capture some great images that can be used (with copyright acknowledgement of course!) to promote the Diocese.

Photographing Lacock Abbey & Village in Wiltshire with a visit to the Fox Talbot Museum, the birth place of photography. Lunch in a local village pub. Please indicate if you are a National Trust Member when book this day. The day is open to beginners or keen enthusiasts. Equipment required – camera! Monies will be need for lunch and parking.

Richard is Priest in Charge of Sixpenny Handley and Dorset Rural Field Officer. He trained and worked as a professional photographer prior to ordination and is a Licentiate member of the Royal Photographic Society. Go here for a link to his website www.richardhancocklrps.co.uk

Course details

Where Lacock Abbey and Village
When 10:00 - 16:00, Tuesday 10 March 2020
Led by Richard Hancock
Course suitable for All
Course category CMD
Department Discipleship & Training
Availability Places available
Cost per place FREE
Booking deadline Monday, 2 March 2020, 12:00am
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