WORKSHOPS – LECTURES
in Garden, Plant & Outdoor Photography
Ray is available to provide workshops & lectures on 'Garden & Plant Photography' and a 2-day Workshop programme titled 'Garden & Outdoor Photography'.
Please get in touch if you wish to inquire re scheduled events/book Ray for an event
Some comments from a workshop at Hatton Castle...
...Miranda M.: "Thank you so much. it was a great couple of days and I have now a renewed enthusiasm for taking photos"
...Catriona F.: "Thank you so much for all your patience over the photography course at Hatton last week. I so enjoyed it. It has totally inspired me and I've been passing on the tips to the family"
Garden & Outdoor Photography
[Date: took place Weds 20th - Thurs 21st May]
Venue: Rowberrow, 18 Castle Road, Dollar FK14 7BE
Spent an enjoyable couple of days running this workshop. A great bunch of enthusiastic photographers who seemed to get a lot out of the course going by the comments...
"Thank you for a super workshop Ray - it was lovely to have a couple of days to concentrate on one thing without being bombarded with thoughts of "must do this, must do that"! I certainly learned plenty" (Jan, Ardmaddy)
"It was really very enjoyable, relaxed and informative. I wanted another day as I was just getting into my stride and enjoying myself when we had to finish!" (Diane, Edinburgh)
"Thank you for providing me with an excellent two days which were educational, useful, informative and great fun. I have learnt a great deal, so the whole course was absolutely what I needed." (Willie, Milngavie).
See Facebook page for selection of pictures from participants:
NEW EDITION 'Scotland for Gardeners'
original edition awarded 'Reference Book of the Year, 2010' by the Garden Media Guild
by Kenneth Cox, photography by Ray Cox
Published by Birlinn
- Full colour photography throughout
- 120 new entries
- A to Z of over 550 gardens, garden centres, nurseries etc
- List of garden shows & societies
- Brief history of gardening in Scotland
'The SCOTTISH GARDENER'
Author: Suki Urquhart
Photography: Ray Cox