Tommy Reynolds workshop with Canon UK & Carmarthen Cameras

Masterclasses with Carmarthen Cameras are kick-starting once again and we have an absolute blockbuster here for you with the absolutely electric Tommy Reynolds in association with Canon UK, located at the stunning Margam Park & Castle.

(Please refer to the Agenda for full breakdown of the day)

Model's to be announced.

Here is a bit on our star man, Tommy Reynolds AOP:

'Tommy Reynolds is a highly renowned international photographer based near London, specializing in commercial portraits.

Tommy’s recent clientele has included: Syco Entertainment, The National Lottery, Ben Sherman, Eurovision Song Contest, Universal Music, The Metro, Panasonic & Leica

“If ever there was a photographer with energy to match the Duracell bunny, then Tommy Reynolds is it, mix that up with a sophistication of styling and an accomplished lighting pro, and you've got the elements of the great image maker.”

Tommy often delivers live demonstrations using different kit, speaks at exhibitions and trade shows, gives group workshops, lectures and also gives career advice to young students. You can find examples of these on his teaching website here.

'His personal approach makes everyone on set comfortable, and always prepared to turn his clients vision into fruition'

A bit about our stunning venue for the day:

Margam Country Park is steeped in history, wildlife and natural beauty

Margam Park is a Grade I listed garden and landscape, where you are surrounded by beautiful trees, shrubs and flowers, classic and modern planting, lakes and long vistas which have evolved since Medieval times. The Gardens at Margam are continuously being developed aiming over time to become one of the most interesting gardens in the South Wales.

'This 19th Century Tudor Gothic Mansion was designed by the architect Thomas Hopper for Christopher Rice Mansel Talbot.

The house was built in 1830 – 40 at a cost of £50,000 using sandstone from nearby Pyle quarry. Listed Grade I as a mansion of exceptional quality, the Castle has some spectacular features such as the vast staircase hall and octagonal tower.

One frequent visitor to Margam was Talbot’s cousin, Henry Fox Talbot of Lacock. A pioneer photographer, he succeeded in taking one of the earliest photographic views which clearly shows the corner of the south west façade.

Until 1942, the Castle and estate remained in the ownership of the Talbot family when it was acquired by a local landowner, Sir David Evans Bevan, and in 1974 by the County Council, the present owners, when it was of ruinous state.

A disastrous fire in 1977 gutted the interior. An ambitious restoration programme was embarked upon, much has been achieved and the programme continues.

The outbuildings house the Visitor Centre and park administration. The Entrance Hallway and Staircase Hall is open to the public. The Library, Dining Room and Drawing Room are now used for a variety of events'

This is going to be a fantastic Masterclass with one of the biggest personalities in our industry, all backed by Canon UK.

This is an open event and ALL camera brand shooters are welcome. There will be plenty of Multi brand Triggers available for all lighting demos.

You will all walk away with priceless mentoring from one of the industry leaders in portrait photography as well as a card full of your own shots!!

We are really very excited to welcome you all to this workshop and really can not wait to see you all.

check out some of Tommy's images below


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Really looking forward to this event! I love Tommy’s work!

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