121 PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP IN NORTH WALES
I lead 121 and customised small group photography workshops anywhere within North Wales. During the 121 workshops we typically visit 3 different locations and photograph a range of subjects which could include mountain scenery, waterfalls, glacial lakes, stunning beaches, lighthouses and ancient castles.
These workshops are flexible so we can head out early to photograph a beautiful sunrise, end the day with a sunset or just wander with the camera during normal daylight hours... it's your choice!
Please note these workshops run on weekends only
|BOOK A 1-2-1 or SMALL GROUP WORKSHOP|
During the current pandemic social distancing is undertaken throughout the day and to ensure this participants will need to travel between locations in their own vehicle.
About your host
Local photographer and author of the photo location guidebook PHOTOGRAPHING NORTH WALES
Qualified teacher; BA (Hons) Degree in Education & Training
Holds the IOSH 'Managing safely' and 'First Aid at Work' certificates ensuring a safe and enjoyable day developing your photography skills.
How much do 121 workshops cost?
The total costs are as follows:
For larger groups please contact me
Who are the workshops suitable for?
Workshops can be tailored for all levels of fitness and mobility so if you have specific requirements please do let me know.
What is included in the workshop?
How do I arrange the workshop date, start time and locations?
Once booked we'll arrange a mutually convenient date and discuss details of the day. If there's somewhere in particular you'd like to visit I can suggest suitable itineraries, if you've no preference then I'll provide a few itineraries for you to choose from. Regarding start times I'll arrange this around your preference of a sunrise shoot, sunset or if you prefer, normal daylight hours. Essentially the day is completely customised to suit you. Please note the workshop duration is typically 6hrs.
What do you need to bring with you?
Camera/lenses/Spare memory card/batteries/tripod - A digital camera with "semi-automatic/manual" controls (Aperture and Shutter priority) is recommended to get the most from the course.
Filters (if you have them)
A packed lunch/snacks
The relevant user manual for your camera
Warm/waterproof clothing and suitable footwear - weather can be unpredictable all year round in Snowdonia.
A notepad and pen
What is NOT included in the workshop?
I recommend you consider obtaining suitable personal insurance to cover both your equipment and travel.
What happens in bad weather?
I monitor weather forecasts and if conditions are predicted to be completely unsuitable, to ensure both your safety and enjoyment of the day, it may be necessary to cancel a workshop. I will endeavour to provide at least 24hrs notice, although this cannot always be guaranteed; you will be offered either a full refund or a place on a future course.
What payment methods do you accept?
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