Love Photography… at any price

gwen coe

Our first Love Photography workshop, which focused on commercial photography for selling items on social media such as Instagram, was a huge success. Sprotbrough based home furnishers and close friends of the Doncopolitan, Reckage At Home, allowed us to use their warehouse studio for the workshop and workshop hosts Sarah Inkson and Fran Bibby encouraged us to take photographs of their incredible array of stock. The above photography was taken by Glen Coe and features on the ‘Doncogram’ page of this month’s Doncopolitan.

Our next workshop is hosted by the incredibly talented Shane Peagram. It will take place at Doncopolitan HQ (our studio at 83 Copley Road) on Thursday June 2nd at 6pm.

This time around we’ll be focusing on portraiture and Shane will be showing us how you don’t need thousands of pounds worth of equipment to make a good photographic portrait. Using easily found everyday items (mostly bits of rubbish and a few cheap tricks!) Shane will show you how to manipulate light to create great photographs.

As with our other workshops you won’t even need a camera (but feel free to bring one along if you want), Shane will have you taking great shots on your phone or tablet!

Our studio is small, so if you want to take part (who wouldn’t!) make sure you email us and let us know you’re coming so we can make sure we can fit everyone in…



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