From 19 October, Ed Phillips exhibition "Brought to Mind" architecture buildings listed
Photographing Ludlow Architecture

This half-day workshop is led by professional photographer Paul Southall.

Ludlow supported Charles I in the Civil War, 1642-51. Bad news. Parliamentarians besieged Ludlow with '1000 foot and 600 horse' outnumbering Ludlow defenders of '250 foot and 100 horse'. Ludlow was pragmatic - it surrendered - with the result that the town was spared devastation and its fine buildings were occupied by Parliamentarians. So, Ludlow's architecture survived and remains to this day. Ludlow's medieval street layout has near 500 listed buildings.

This workshop is for photographers wishing to develop their skills for photographing architecture.


You should be familiar with the basic controls of your camera - aperture, shutter and ISO.

Please bring with you:
⦁ your camera, lenses, spare batteries & spare memory cards
⦁ a tripod/monopod if you have one
⦁ the instruction manual for your camera, if you have it
⦁ notepad and pen.

We hope to work outdoors, depending on the weather, so please dress for the weather on the day.

Workshop structure

Please arrive at the Photo Space by 1:45 pm for a 2pm start. We begin with camera settings and approaches to photographing architecture (e.g. composition, use of available light, exposure, wide angle v telephoto lens).

We will visit popular and lesser known buildings to photograph them. If the weather is bad we will go inside several buildings.

We return to the Photo Space to discuss results and lessons learned.

The workshop is limited to 10 people and the cost is £45 per person. Please phone 0330 900 0290 to enquire about dates and to book a place.

t 0330 900 0290