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Cortijo Romero
Cortijo Romero

Mindful Photography

Re-discover the joy of seeing!

From Saturday Nov 03, 2018 to Saturday Nov 10, 2018
Cost: £745.00
Availability: YES

By experiencing fully, we bring ourselves into the present moment and can rediscover the beauty in everyday things. When mindful and immersed in our surroundings, photographs will flow to us naturally; there are pictures in everything. Learn to notice when you see something, to ask "what stopped me" and to REALLY see what is there for what it is, without judgement. Making the photograph is just the final step.

Photography can be a joyful and therapeutic pastime in itself, allowing us to express ourselves and ideas in new and individual ways. Lightness and spontaneity will be key.

Suitable for all abilities and with any camera. If a beginner, we'lll encourage you to see with fresh eyes, learning the principles of visual design and camera control as you go. (A basic knowledge of exposure and depth of field is an advantage) For seasoned enthusiasts: a fresh outlook could be the catalyst for a whole new phase in your work.


Course Leader

Ken Scott
Ken’s approach to photography is very simple; it is about experiencing, feeling, sensing and responding to whatever environment he is in. He is an Associate of the Royal Photographic Society and works with photographers as a coach.

Interview with ken Scott




Live! Love! Laugh!
with Rachel Caine
Feb 23 -
Mar 2
`My great hope is to laugh as much as I cry' (Maya Angelou)

Coming Home To Yourself
with Judi Ledward
Mar 2 - 9
"The little things, the little moments, they aren’t little!". Jon Kabat-Zinn

People Say…

"Ken is a great enabler and gave me a lot of confidence as a relative beginner. Even though others were far more experienced and knowledgable about the art of photography, he helped me feel great about my pictures and what I was learning. He taught me how to see and not always to feel I needed to take pictures! He was incredibly available , I dont think he had any time off! When not with us, he was organising our pictures and later created an incredible show of them for both the groups. He was passionate and modest … when showing us his own pictures. "

Marian Fielding