Norfolk Coast Workshop – Saturday 13th August 5am – 1pm
Join me for an 8 hour workshop exploring some of my favourite locations along the North Norfolk Coast.
The workshop starts with a sunrise at Blakeney with its characterful waterfront full of boats. From here we will explore the salt marsh at Blakeney and Stiffkey which will be covered in sea lavender before heading over to Old Hunstanton to photograph the geologically interesting coastline with its tricoloured cliffs.
During the workshop we will explore various aspects of composition including identifying subjects, finding a viewpoint, working with supporting elements, adding depth and incorporating lines, shapes, patterns and textures. We will have the opportunity to experiment with long exposure techniques and will discuss filter use for sunrise. Filters will be available to borrow if required (please request at time of booking).
We will also consider more intimate landscapes and will spend some time looking for images away from the normal classic view.
What you need
This workshops assumes some basic knowledge of your camera controls. You will need to bring your camera and a lens suitable for wider landscapes, a tripod and a cable release. It will also be beneficial to have a telephoto lens for some closer detail. If you have graduated filters and ND filters these will be useful for sunrise work and long exposures but if not I have filters sets which can be borrowed for the duration of the workshop. If you have any questions about kit prior to booking please don’t hesitate to contact me
My Norfolk Coast Workshop is runs with a maximum of 6 participants. I also provide a set of digital notes to accompany the workshop which I send out before the day.
Participants are invited to submit their favourite images for comments and feedback after the workshop.