Walberswick Group Workshop.
Join me for a half day photography workshop in Walberswick. During this workshop we will explore the art of composition and “seeing and image”
Walberswick and its location on the River Blyth is a fascinating place to explore. Characterised by its black houses on the riverfront, its sandy beach and proximity to Southwold harbour this is a vibrant place to explore.
During this workshop we will cover a variety of locations including the riverfront with its colourful boats and fishing industry, the old pier, the black houses at the edge of the Dunwich River, the salt marsh and the sand dunes and beach.
We will look at the wider landscape as well as at more intimate details and will explore different methods of finding and observing images.
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.
This workshop will include a series of exercises which will help you master the different aspects of composition.
The Walberswick Group Workshop is a 3 hour workshop and includes a printed handout and notes.
Participants are invited to submit their favourite images for comments and feedback after the workshop.
This workshop is being run in conjunction with my new book “Photographing the Suffolk Coast” which can be purchased here >
This project has been supported by the Amenity and Accessibility Fund administered by the Suffolk Coast and Heaths AONB