Are you looking to develop your Landscape Photography skills?
I am pleased to offer landscape photography courses for people who would like an introduction to Landscape Photography.
Tuition and workshops are tailored to suit your experience and requirements. My aim is that you enjoy the day with the emphasis on trying out the things you’ve learned in inspiring locations such as the New Forest in Hampshire or the Jurassic Coast in Dorset.
6 training courses found
New Forest Colours- Photography Course: My aim is that you enjoy the day with the emphasis on trying out the things you’ve learned in inspiring locations. At my workshops I find that people can be overwhelmed by their cameras and are often controlled by the camera which is permanently set in automatic mode.
New Forest Heather- Photography Course: The plains of the New Forest National Park come alive in the late summer with the pinks and lilacs of Ling and Bell Heather. The New Forest Heather workshop will take place at several locations in the forest including Rockford Common, Ibsley Common and Longslade Bottom.
The Lepe Beach workshop will take place at several locations including the impressive iron structures known as the Dolphins which were left over from the Normandy Landings, the weathered wooden groynes, the Millenium Beacon Lighthouse, Lepe Coastguard Cottages and the Watch House. Once on site I will offer advice on the sorts of images I would be looking to make and I will discuss camera settings, focussing techniques, filter choices, composition tips, lens choices and depth of field considerations.
Hengistbury Head & Mudeford - Photography Workshop The dramatic headland at Hengistbury juts into the English Channel between Bournemouth and Mudeford with the spit turning north to almost enclose Christchurch Harbour. The workshop includes the beautiful dunes and some of the very expensive beach huts, the smugglers Black House and the fast flowing run where water escapes in and out of Christchurch Harbour.
Bosham & Langstone Photography Workshop This South East Hampshire workshop will take place at several locations including the little church in a field at Idsworth, the Grade II listed mill on the edge of Langstone Harbour and the picturesque village of Bosham. After meeting up we will transfer into my car and head off to the first location and once on site I will offer advice on the sorts of images I would be looking to make and I will discuss camera settings, focussing techniques, filter choices, composition tips, lens choices and depth of field considerations.
There's nothing quite like a Bluebell Woodland in Spring. Especially against the lime green backdrop of fresh young Beech leaves.