Sunrise on the Sandlings Workshop
Photography Tuition

£45.00

Suffolk Heaths Workshop

Saturday 13th August 5am – 8am plus a chance afterwards to discuss images over a coffee and breakfast * in Honey and Harvey, Melton. (*food not included in workshop price)

Join me for a three hour photography workshop at Upper Hollesley Common exploring this wonderful area of Suffolk Heathland. Discover a colourful landscape full of flowering heather, delicate grasses, ferns and silver birch trees.

The workshop will begin with a sunrise over the heather and will continue with the opportunity to explore the common further including a some of the silver birch and pine woodlands.

We will look at the wider landscape as well as at more intimate details and will explore different methods of finding and observing images in wild landscapes.

We will practice identifying subjects, finding viewpoints, working with supporting elements and incorporating lines, shapes patterns and textures. We will also look at light and colour and how these affect an image.

The workshop is timed to coincide with the flowering heather on the heath which is usually at its best towards the end of August.

This is a 3 hour workshop and includes comprehensive course notes. It is suitable for all levels and abilities and all camera types.

Participants are invited to submit their collection of images for comments and feedback after the workshop.

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Description

Sunrise on the Sandlings Workshop.

This sunrise workshop centres around the heathland of Upper Hollesley Common which is a diverse area of Suffolk Heathland. It is a colourful landscape full of flowering heather, delicate grasses, ferns and silver birch trees and is a remnant of the Sandlings Heathland that once covered much of the Suffolk Coast.

During the session we will have to opportunity to capture the sunrise over the heath along with the opportunity to explore a variety of habitats from heathland to woodland and practice the art of composition and ‘seeing’ an image.

We will look at the wider landscape as well as at more intimate details and will explore different methods of finding and observing images in wild landscapes.

We will practice identifying subjects, finding viewpoints, working with supporting elements and incorporating lines, shapes, patterns and textures. We will also look at light and how that affects an image and the use of colour.

Participants are invited to submit their images for comments and feedback after the workshop.

This workshop is suitable for all levels and abilities and all camera types.