"enchanted " forest group shoot idea

"enchanted " forest group shoot idea

8 posts
1 July 2011
I have been trying to get a photographer to commit to a shoot at Puzzlewood in the forest of Dean for ages with no luck so I am opening up to any togs and models and MUA  who would be interested.

Puzzlewood is an amazing location it has a real enchanted look and that's why it has been used for a number TV dramas and films most recently Dr Who when it was invaded by weeping angels a series called Merlin and a yet to be released Hollywood film of Jack and giant killer.


see  http://www.puzzlewood.net/thewood.htm


It would ideally suit a mystical fairy like  theme and I have some nice dresses I want to use.

Please note they will not allow nudity because I have asked.

I would prefer to do this on a morning while the kids are still at school .
The wood is privately owned and charges £11 entry . There is parking a cafe,shop and toilets.

Its at Coleford in the forest of Dean and about 40 minuets drive from Gloucester. I may be able to pick people up
from the station .

Anyone interested please get back to me ASAP so we can arrange a date.



Posted 1 July 2011
Edited by catherinewilliams 1 July 2011
davefish
Photographer
davefish
I'm quite interested in this. I can try to get a MUA interested as well.
http://www.davefishphotography.co.uk/People/DDFX/The%20Vampire/index.html


Posted 1 July 2011
That would be great Dave ,especially with a MUA. Looks like you have a good imagination.

Anyone else interested in doing something creative? TFP by the way.

Posted 1 July 2011
I am previsionally saying this will be 21st July at 11am.
We need more people.!

If required I can pick people up from Glouceter station.

Posted 3 July 2011

Need more models for this. Anyone interested? Transort can be provided from Gloucester station if required or Hereford area.

Posted 17 July 2011
gwentman
Photographer
gwentman
Just having a look at their home page Catherine.
Where does the £11 admission fee come into it?

A very interesting place and worth exploring in its own right.

Mike.
Posted 18 July 2011
Sorry that was a mistake, its £ 4.50 l paid £ 11 for a years pass.Thats the admission for the whole day well worth it with or without a camera. Kids and adults never get bored.
gwentman
Just having a look at their home page Catherine. Where does the £11 admission fee come into it? A very interesting place and worth exploring in its own right. Mike.
Posted 18 July 2011
davefish
Photographer
davefish
Looking forward to this shoot
Posted 18 July 2011
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