Free Landscape Photography Tutorial DVD Included.
80% Practical 20% Theory
Pick up time 10am from Brighton Pier 30 Aug.
Returning to Brighton Seafront 4pm 1st Sept.
• Are you interested in landscape/seascape photography?
• Do you want to learn how its done?
If you answered "yes" to the above, you do not want to miss this fantastic workshop.
You will be traveling to Cornwall to photograph the county's stunning Jurassic coastline over two days, photographing in the evenings, staying for 2 nights.
If you require transport to this workshop there will be a few cars traveling with spare seats so please ask us and we will see if there is space for you.
You will learn the fundamentals of shooting stunning landscapes and seascapes, including equipment needed (e.g. neutral density (ND) filters, tripods), camera settings, organizing your kit, researching and scouting for locations for photographs, and composition. It will also be an opportunity to meet like-minded people.
We will be visiting several locations along the beautiful Jurassic coastline of Cornwall.
The workshop will mainly be in the evenings and early mornings, as this is the best time to capture this scenery.
We will be holding short post processing sessions using Adobe Lightroom during the day to answer questions and go over techniques, we will also have a photo critique session.
During the day you are free to explore the area and enjoy the on site facilities.
What do i need to bring?
We advise you all to bring the following equipment to make your workshop experience worthwhile:
A digital SLR camera and lens.
A spare battery and a charger.
A shutter release cable.
A graduated ND filter for your lens.
A lens cleaning cloth.
Warm clothing for the evening.
Accommodation (tents only) is included in the workshop price, and also includes electric hookup, Catering is not included, but there is a restaurant on site and even a launderette.
Please Note: All campers will need to bring their own tent and camping gear.
Those of you traveling with me will need to pay an additional £15 towards fuel.
For those of you not into camping
You can book at your own expense a nearby bed-and-breakfast here: http://snipurl.com/2780otg
You can bring a caravan to the camp site, but you will need to pay the additional cost yourself and book with the park here: http://www.johnfowlerholidays.com/
What facilities are at the camping park?
Showers, Toilets, Bar, Restaurant, Launderette, Pitch & Put, Amusement Arcade, Internet Access, Shop, Free Nightly Entertainment, Bingo, Pool Tables.
Great places to explore nearby:
Milky Way Adventure Park, Bideford - 15.7 Miles away* The Milky Way Adventure Park is a great family day out whatever the weather. Thrilling rides, adventure for the little ones and exciting Birds of Prey shows are just some of its many attractions.
The Big Sheep, Bideford - 21.3 Miles away* The Big Sheep is huge fun and a perfect, all weather day out for all the family, with lots to see and do including rides, dog trials, garden centre, horse whispering, pony rides, sheep races, nursery barn and lamb feeding.
Monkey Sanctuary, Looe - 29.2 Miles away* Working to promote the welfare and conservation of the survival of primates, the monkey sanctuary is home to the descendants of pet monkeys rescued in the 60s and 70s as well as to rare species of horseshoe bats.
Do you have a disability?
We aim to accommodate all our members and try to make sure you can enjoy our workshops regardless of your ability.
Steve (Organizer) has first aid certification and is trained to deal with wheelchairs and lifting should you need it.
We look forward to seeing you all.