Photography Courses for Kids and Teens

Venue: Burford Bridge Hotel


January 2020:

Landscapes at Boxhill


  • I learnt a lot more about framing and taking reflection photos.
    Rachel, age 11
  •  I learnt how to change the shutter speed to capture rain drops, and also how to take an amazing reflection photo
    Hadi, age 12
  •  The course was interesting, imaginative and immense!
    Joshua, age 14

Venue: Burford Bridge Hotel

Course: Teens Winter Photo Walk

Date: Saturday 11th January 2020

Time: 10:30 – 13:00

Ages: 12-15

Fee: 45 (optional additional £13 DSLR camera hire + digital file download)

We’ll be capturing the winter skies and frosty leaves together on a photo walk for teens at the base of Box Hill. Our students will learn about aperture and how to use it to capture the details of the frost, pine cones and trees, and how to take an inspiring landscape images of the views. We will walk around the base of Box Hill and spend time near the stepping stones & River Mole, learning how to capture water through using shutter speed creatively. Your teen will finish the morning with a lovely set of winter images!

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Landmark Historic Burford Bridge Hotel.

The Hotel was founded in 1254 as the ‘Fox and Hounds’, and parts of the existing hotel date back to the 16th century. Located next to the A42 Burford Bridge believed to be the original Roman crossing for the London to Chichester Stane Street roman road

Prominent past visitors included Queen Victoria, John Keats, Jane Austen, Wordsworth, Robert Louis Stevenson and Lord Nelson.

A perfect location for photography with the National Trusts Box Hill, Burford Meadows and the River Mole Stepping stones.

Denbies Vineyard is within walking distance and a 2-minute drive. Westhumble village and the Stepping Stones pub is a very short walk and only 5 mins by car to Dorking with its cafes, shops and restaurants.

The Hotel has free parking, a Starbucks café and the acclaimed Emlyn Restaurant.

Getting there:

Very easy access by road via the A24 and rail at Box Hill & Westhumble train station.


At the Foot of Box Hill