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Dog Photography Workshop, with Alice Loder


Friday 16 June 2017, Woking

This one-day workshop is ideal for you if you have a camera you wish to take off auto.

Build confidence and understanding, increase the success rate of image capture. Whether you take your camera along while walking your dog or capture a special moment at home, understand the fundamental building blocks to creating artistic and individual photos of your dog/s. Learn to photograph like Alice Loder.

Maximum 10 participants so you can be given individual attention and opportunities for hands-on practice with model dogs.

For further event details and requirements scroll down and click on ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.


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Alice Loder is an international multi-award winning photographer specialising in canine and equine portraiture. Her passion is creating natural portraits capturing the essence of an animal’s character, challenging stereotypes and exploring the unknown. Alice is based in the UK travelling worldwide offering both corporate and private photo shoots, workshops, one-to-one tuition, branding and one-off original prints.

One of her awards is Kennel Club Dog Photographer Of The Year 2014.

Web: Alice Loder Photography | Facebook: Alice Loder Photography | Instagram: @aliceloderphotography

Additional information


10 a.m. to 4 p.m.


Queens Lodge, Beldam Bridge Road, Chobham, Woking, GU24 8DN
When you arrive, please ring the bell at the gate to be let in.

What to bring

Complimentary refreshments and lunch included.
Participants attend this event without their dogs to be able to focus on their own learning. A variety of model dogs will be provided and handled for you while you learn.
Bring your camera (anything up to and including a DSLR, as long as it can be taken off auto) fully charged with sufficient space on your memory disk, a notepad and a pen.
Our workshop includes some individual analysis and tailoring, so once you have bought your ticket please Email to the following:
1) Previous experience
2) Camera make and model
3) Lens makes and model/s
4) Your photography ability out of 10 (1 being complete beginner, 10 being very advanced)
5) A couple of examples of your best work.

Workshop content

Shutter, aperture, ISO
Camera functions
Manipulating light, composition (practical)
Dog handling, controlling external factors (practical)
Photo shoots
Analysis of images
Tips to go away with


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