Discover a mindful approach to the art of photography in beautiful natural surroundings. Slow down, pause, and take a fresh look at the world around you. See the extraordinary in the ordinary, while taking time out for you, reducing stress and improving your mental health, wellbeing and resilience.

Look again at the four seasons: follow the seasonal cycles of change in much loved venues in Bristol, Gloucestershire, the Cotswolds, and London. See listings below.

All workshops are simple, low-tech and fun. You don’t need a fancy camera or expensive equipment – any mobile phone, tablet or digital camera will do – and sessions are suitable for all ages and abilities. Visit our approach page for more information about what to expect.

Our priority is to make as many people as welcome as possible. Do get in touch to chat through any issues such as accessibility and cost. We will do our best to find a solution.

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Contact us if you’d like Look Again to run a workshop at your retreat, festival, event or venue of your choice.

 

Heath Farm, Swerford, Chipping Norton, North Cotswolds

MINDFUL PHOTOGRAPHY Workshop

Saturday 21 September 10.30am to 4.00pm (now postponed)

Cost: early bird £70, then £85.

New dates coming soon.

 

Painswick Rococo Garden, near Stroud, Gloucestershire

Mindful Photography workshop

Sunday 20 October 2019, 10.30am to 3.30pm

Cost: Early Bird £55, General £65.

More info and booking.

 

Arnos Vale Cemetery, Bristol

mindful photography workshop  

Saturday 26 October 2019, 10.30am to 3.30pm

Cost: Early Bird £49, General £59.

More info and booking.

 

West Norwood Cemetery, London

Mindful photography workshop

Sunday 6 October 2019, 11.00am to 3.30pm

Free, thanks to a Heritage Lottery Funding

More info and booking.

 

What participants say…

“It has shown me the photographic possibilities and mental health benefits of slowing down and looking carefully.”
— Mike Walsh
“It reminded me of the beauty to be found in stopping, looking closely at the unexpected. Such an important starting point for finding more happiness.”
— Jennifer Barton
“I loved it – a great way to unwind, and to look at the everyday in a whole new way. The pedestrian becomes extraordinary.”
— Nicky Connors
“A good reminder to slow down and make each photo count. The workshop reminded me to see the beauty in things I would normally walk past and not notice.”
— Marcus Clark
“I saw things I wouldn’t have noticed. Looking closely paradoxically linked me to the wider world and current issues.” 
— Lizzie Baker
“Very enjoyable. Made me look at different aspects and surroundings before taking photos.” 
— Elaine Proverbs
“The mindfulness was very calming and really helped me to see things from a new perspective.”
— Jason Conway
“Great to take time and slow down. It stopped me getting click happy.” 
— Jenny Smith
“Fantastic. Different perspective. An opening of the eyes.” 
— Simon Hunter