Dorset Group Workshops
Dorset Group Photography Workshop
Sunday 1st December 2013 (3 spaces left)
My Dorset workshop is for those who specifically want to improve their seascapes.
Once the leaves have fallen from the trees, the landscape inland can look rather bleak. However, Dorset's World Heritage Jurassic Coast is at its peak. The low, winter sun creates ideal conditions for a photographer. The angle of the December sun is also in the perfect place to photograph the dorset coastline. Some of which we will photograph are: The arch of Durdle Door, Lulworth Cove, Portland Lighthouse and Kimmeridge, Moreton Forest.
Schedule of the day: 11:00am - 5:00pm
We meet in Lulworth Cove and go through all the controls of your camera over a cup of tea. Once the technical aspects have been covered, we venture out and put all the theory into practice.
Throughout the day, I give hands-on, in-the-field, tutorials to help you master the techniques and am alongside you every step of the way! We finish with a sunset shoot (where our tripods come in handy) then edit your favourite photograph taken from the day, where I show you some basic post-editing techniques.
Due to the time of year we can almost be photographing all day as the sun is so low in the sky, giving us a chance to visit many locations and practice different styles and techniques of Landscape Photography. Although I am sure there is still time for a cream tea!
The half-day course duration is 6 hours
Maximum of 3 photographic guests
Intensive in-the-field tutorials aimed to cater for beginners
Individual guidance throughout the course
basic camera techniques
Improving photographic vision
Emphasis on landscape and travel photography
Simple and effective post-production techniques
what you will need?
A Digital SLR
Filters (if you have them)
Good pair of boots & wellies
Warm Clothing and waterproof
What is included:
All Photographic Tuition
What is not included:
Tripod (£15 to hire)