The page has been revamped in January 2019 and now reflects the intention to provide both photowalks and landscape training.
What does this mean? As well as the usual photowalks, it will provide in the field, hands on, photographic training in landscapes and seascapes for small groups of people. Focussing (sic!) on the key elements which do improve your photography.
Yep, no wire wool, no light painting, no swivelling phosphorescent dragons on sticks. And no 'get off of auto' either - it wont improve your photography, it really wont.
It really doesn't matter what camera you have (nor, for that matter, which phone you use). Some wise old sage once said that landscapes are all about being at the right place at the right time. Throw in some knowledge and ability - which can be learned - and your photographs will improve.
With group size between six and eight people, and sessions of the order of three hours or so long, there will be a mix of short general instruction, lots of practice, one to one help and encouragement, lots more practice and a group review. Locations will be chosen according to suitability, and set at the right time of day for light and tide.
It will be no surprise that most mentoring will be based around framing, lens choice, choice of light and most important of all composition, the be-all and end-all of landscape and seascape photography.