I can finally explain why Focused Moments has been so quiet lately. It’s been a long time in the planning but this week my business partner, Tony Antoniou, and I launched our new venture, f11 Workshops.
We are going to be leading photography workshops and tours in Surrey and West Sussex. The photographer is spoilt for choice when it comes to workshops in some of the UK’s more famous beauty spots, like the Jurassic Coast in Dorset, the Lake District, or the Scottish Highlands, but there are few tours elsewhere. Yet there are rewarding locations everywhere if you know where to look. I am really looking forward to introducing other photographers to some of my favourite local places.
Taking small groups of 6-8 maximum, we aim to tread lightly in our chosen locations, leaving nothing behind and taking nothing away but our photographs and some great memories.
I’ll be blogging about our tours as they happen. Plus, now that the business is up and running, I should be able to get back to regular posting, and reading. In the meantime, if you have time, please visit our website. I’d love to know what you think. We are also on Facebook and Twitter.
Wishing you great success and lots of fun! 😀
Thanks! It’s been a lot of fun devising the tours. I was obliged to spend ages outside taking photos. Shame 😉
Hope it’s a lot of fun and profitable, too.
p.s. Nice photos.
What a wonderful idea! Good luck with your venture.
I wish you the very best of luck Rachael!
Good luck with the venture Rachael
Thank you very much, James.
Sounds interesting, good luck with your workshops and tours! 🙂
Wishing you lots of success! I hope I’ll be able to take one of your workshops. 🙂
It is a great venture. You have posted some fantastic photographs of places I am familiar with and it has given me clues as to how a photographer should look at things. I am sure one of your courses could fast track an enthusiasts photographic skills. Amelia
This sounds brilliant! Something I would actually be really up for. If I was still in ol’ Blighty! Good luck to you in your new venture 🙂
Thanks, Jaina. 🙂