6th - 9th February 2020 (4 days/3 nights) - SOLD OUT
10th - 13th February 2020 (4 days/3 nights) - 3 places - last place available
£795 per person
£250 deposit at time of booking*
4 day Seascape photography workshop along the Rugged North and West Cornish Coast
We’ll spend our time along cliff tops and on the beaches visiting some of Cornwall’s best spots including St Michaels Mount, Botallack Mines, Bedruthern Steps, Godrevy and take a trip down to Lands End.
We will be out in the field shooting as much as we can dependant on weather conditions. We will spend time on compositions & creative use of shutter speeds to capture some unique shots, paying attention on how to capture great wave trails and motion. We will have regular processing sessions, where I can show you how to elevate your images in relatively short time & using minimal number of tools in Lightroom & Photoshop. The aim of this workshop is to teach you how to get the most out of your time in the field and how to creatively edit your RAW files in Post Production.
Each participant will have time to work on their own images on the workshop, where I will be on hand to help guide you on new tools and techniques.
My hope is that by the end of the workshop you go away giving more thought to every aspect of your Landscape photography from setting up your compositions to the choices you make when processing.
For this 4 day workshop we will be based in a 5* self catering cottage in Watergate bay, Centrally situated along the coast. Each guest will have their own bedroom and with only 3 people per workshop your guaranteed to get a level of tuition you are unable to get on larger group workshops
What's Included/Not Included
4 days/3 nights accommodation - Large Double room to yourself + Breakfast
All Transportation during workshop
In field instruction and guidance (composition, visualisation, and execution, we will also look at shooting multiple exposures & filtration)
Multiple Post processing sessions
Transportation to Watergate Bay
Photographic & Travel Insurances
What to Bring
Warm and waterproof clothing , a good layered approach is best
Walking Boots and some decent wellies so you can get into the water down on the beach.
Camera Equipment, extra batteries, memory cards.
Filters , useful for balancing out the light and creative effects such as long exposures on clouds and water
Laptop for processing if you wish, If you are bringing one make sure you have Lightroom and Photoshop to follow along tutorials
*Deposit required within 7 days of booking to secure a spot on the chosen workshop. Deposits are Non Refundable 14 days after payment has been made. Balances are due 60 days before workshop start date.