Workshops at Chanticleer

For registration and questions, please contact Anne Sims at Chanticleer, or by telephone
at (610) 687-4163, ext. 118.

Rob Cardillo - Vision, Craft, and the Desire to Grow

October 23-25, 2015

Workshop fee is $400, which includes a reception on Friday evening as well as breakfast and lunch on Saturday and Sunday

Truly transcendent images are created only when impeccable technique is coupled with a fully engaged body, mind and soul. This workshop will provide you with a new set of tools, techniques and thoughts to help you better find and translate your own vision of natural beauty.

An evening reception on Friday at 5pm, includes a one hour presentation on photographic design principals. We'll then have two mornings by ourselves within the rich tapestry of Chanticleer's fall borders plus plenty of time for classroom discussion and group critiques. Breakfast and lunch will be provided on both Saturday and Sunday.

The workshop is open to all but you must be able to operate your camera on your own. Also, bringing a laptop to download and edit your work will allow you to better participate in the group critiques.

So come take a breath, scrape away the clichés and dig deep with your eyes inside one of America's finest gardens.

Rob Cardillo has been providing exceptional images of plants, gardens and the people that tend them for 20 year. His work appears regularly in Garden Design, Country Gardens and the New York Times. Check out Rob's work on his website.

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