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Seasonal Greetings Card Photography Workshop

2024 Dates Releasing Soon!

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This workshop is quite simply a day of great festive photography fun!!!


A seasonal studio photography workshop focussed on making your own wildlife-themed greetings cards featuring our cute little owls and harvest mice.


A truly unique and creative way to send love and best wishes this festive season!

Perfect for creating company Christmas cards too!

Location: Northumberland

Group size: max 4 photographers

Sunday 01 October 2023

About The Day​

10am - approx 4.30pm

We will start with a chat over a cuppa to decide which styles of card you would most like to shoot with each of our festive subjects: funny and cute, or sleek and stylish - it's up to you!

Then we will spend the morning building our seasonal sets, demonstrating how to light them appropriately and photographing the owls and harvest mice, ensuring that your settings are exactly right for the effects you wish to create with each one.

Over lunch we will review your morning's shots and choose your favourites.

These are the images we will continue to work on during the afternoon, importing them into Lightroom and Photoshop to add the post processing and graphic elements that will turn a nice shot into a one-of-a-kind seasonal greeting that your friends, family, colleagues and clients will treasure!

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2024 Dates Releasing Soon!

Private 1-2-1 or Small Group Workshops Also available On Request from October - December


£145 as part of a group of 3-4 people 

£400 private individual workshop

£500 private 2 person workshop

Includes all photography, post production & graphic design tuition and animal handling


Please bring a packed lunch and drinks for the day

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Photography Equipment

  • A DSLR, mirrorless or bridge camera is ideal for this workshop. Any shorter length lens such as a 24-70mm, 70-200mm, or anything within that range is perfect, but we believe that we can get the best out of whatever gear you have - so bring whatever you have!  We have participants with compact cameras and the latest smartphones, and they have left with new skills and great shots.  Contact Trai before the workshop and she will let you in on some useful apps that will allow you to access the manual settings of the latest smartphone cameras.

  • Don't forget to bring spare memory cards and batteries/charger - there's a lot to shoot here!

  • A tripod/monopod is optional 


This workshop will take place indoors in a heated studio, but please bring layers if you feel the heat or cold! 



Toilet and hand washing facilities available.

Food and Drinks

Tea, coffee and water provided throughout the day.

Please bring a packed lunch to suit your dietary requirements.


Our studio is only a few yards walk from on street parking on flat ground, though there is a step up into the studio.  We are happy to assist with carrying your photography gear if necessary.  


More detailed joining instructions are issued when we receive your booking, but please contact us with any questions. 

About Your Tutor

Trai Anfield


Your lead tutor is Trai Anfield, award-winning wildlife photographer, former BBC film maker and natural history presenter of BBC Radio 4's Living World, and TV production trainer for Channel 4 Talent. 


Trai is a hugely experienced trainer who mentored and trained during her 13 years at the BBC.

She  designed and delivered Creative Factual TV Production workshops for Channel 4 tv network in the UK for six years and has guest lectured at Princeton University on the undergraduate Digital Bootcamp. 


So on our safaris and workshops you not only get the benefit of Trai's photographic experience, but the unique option to learn wildlife videography from a BBC trained film maker as well.  

Trai's photography regularly graces international magazines and she has held several solo exhibitions in the UK and US.  She is Photographer In Residence at Alex Walker's Serian safari camps in Kenya's Maasai Mara and regularly designs and leads photographic safaris on five continents.


Trai is committed to supporting a range of conservation & community charities in the UK and Africa by donating time, resources and profits from her work.  These include Gorilla Doctors, Mara Predator Conservation Programme and Friends of Red Kites NE.

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