Landscape Photography

(Part 1)

Landscape Photography (Part 1)

£295.00

We are delighted to offer this Landscape Photography (Part 1) workshop. If you’d like to make the most of the beautiful landscape scenes on your doorstop and beyond, this is the course for you!

Number of people

About the Course

In Wiltshire, we are fortunate to have great landscapes right here in our county. There are vistas of rolling downland, sweeping vales swathed in autumn mist and ancient woodlands carpeted with spring flowers. Our evocative ancient monuments are world-famous. Within a day’s drive there is even more variety, such as waterfalls, mountains and coasts. Each type of subject presents its own particular challenges and opportunities.

This fabulous two day course includes the perfect mix of theory and practice. On the first day, you’ll spend the morning and early afternoon exploring how to take stand out landscape images and will try these ideas out later in the day at the breath-taking Bowood estate, photographing the lake and waterfall. The next day will comprise a short tutorial in the morning, and then you’ll venture to some more wonderful Wiltshire landscapes, for example The Devil’s Den (neolithic burial chamber), Kennet & Avon Canal, White Horses and Roundway Hill. The location will depend on the season and weather conditions. Transport for both the field trips is included in the price. 

To get the most out of the course students should already understand the basics of exposure, shutter speed, aperture and ISO; and be comfortable handling their cameras using aperture/shutter priority or fully manual mode.

This workshop requires students to be able to walk up to a mile on locations at a reasonable pace whilst carrying their camera equipment.  Whilst not particularly difficult terrain,  locations can be hilly with uneven ground and the odd fence or gate to be climbed (with landowners permission).

Course Content

Equipment

About the Tutor

Professional photographer Robert Harvey BA ARPS EFIAP CEnv CSci MCIWEM has created Natural World Photography, dedicated to creative images of landscapes, wildlife and the beauty of the night sky. Robert is author of “Photographing Wiltshire” and Britain’s Best Landscapes and How to Photograph Them”. A Chartered Natural Scientist and Associate of the Royal Photographic Society, Robert leads photography tours throughout Britain as well as overseas. More than 290 of his photographs, including over 100 landscape images, have been accepted in international exhibitions worldwide.

Landscape Photography Part 1

£295.00

We are delighted to offer this Landscape Photography (Part 1) workshop. If you’d like to make the most of the beautiful landscape scenes on your doorstop and beyond, this is the course for you!

Number of people

About the Course

In Wiltshire, we are fortunate to have great landscapes right here in our county. There are vistas of rolling downland, sweeping vales swathed in autumn mist and ancient woodlands carpeted with spring flowers. Our evocative ancient monuments are world-famous. Within a day’s drive there is even more variety, such as waterfalls, mountains and coasts. Each type of subject presents its own particular challenges and opportunities.

This fabulous two day course includes the perfect mix of theory and practice. On the first day, you’ll spend the morning and early afternoon exploring how to take stand out landscape images and will try these ideas out later in the day at the breath-taking Bowood estate, photographing the lake and waterfall. The next day will comprise a short tutorial in the morning, and then you’ll venture to some more Wiltshire landscapes, for example The Devil’s Den (neolithic burial chamber), Kennet & Avon Canal, White Horses and Roundway Hill. The location will depend on the season and weather conditions. Transport for both the field trips is included in the price. 

To get the most out of the course students should already understand the basics of exposure, shutter speed, aperture and ISO; and be comfortable handling their cameras using aperture/shutter priority or fully manual mode.

This workshop requires students to be able to walk up to a mile on locations at a reasonable pace whilst carrying their camera equipment.  Whilst not particularly difficult terrain,  locations can be hilly with uneven ground and the odd fence or gate to be climbed (with landowners permission).

About the Tutor

Professional photographer Robert Harvey BA ARPS EFIAP CEnv CSci MCIWEM has created Natural World Photography, dedicated to creative images of landscapes, wildlife and the beauty of the night sky. A Chartered Natural Scientist and Associate of the Royal Photographic Society, Robert leads photography tours throughout Britain as well as overseas. More than 290 of his photographs, including over 100 landscape images, have been accepted in international exhibitions worldwide.

Landscape Photography (Part 1)

£295.00

We are delighted to offer this Landscape Photography (Part 1) workshop. If you’d like to make the most of the beautiful landscape scenes on your doorstop and beyond, this is the course for you!

Number of people

About the Course

In Wiltshire, we are fortunate to have great landscapes right here in our county. There are vistas of rolling downland, sweeping vales swathed in autumn mist and ancient woodlands carpeted with spring flowers. Our evocative ancient monuments are world-famous. Within a day’s drive there is even more variety, such as waterfalls, mountains and coasts. Each type of subject presents its own particular challenges and opportunities.

This fabulous two day course includes the perfect mix of theory and practice. On the first day, you’ll spend the morning and early afternoon exploring how to take stand out landscape images and will try these ideas out later in the day at the breath-taking Bowood estate, photographing the lake and waterfall. The next day will comprise a short tutorial in the morning, and then you’ll venture to some more wonderful Wiltshire landscapes, for example The Devil’s Den (neolithic burial chamber), Kennet & Avon Canal, White Horses and Roundway Hill. The location will depend on the season and weather conditions. Transport for both the field trips is included in the price. 

To get the most out of the course students should already understand the basics of exposure, shutter speed, aperture and ISO; and be comfortable handling their cameras using aperture/shutter priority or fully manual mode.

This workshop requires students to be able to walk up to a mile on locations at a reasonable pace whilst carrying their camera equipment. Whilst not particularly difficult terrain,  locations can be hilly with uneven ground and the odd fence or gate to be climbed (with landowners permission).

About the Tutor

Professional photographer Robert Harvey BA ARPS EFIAP CEnv CSci MCIWEM has created Natural World Photography, dedicated to creative images of landscapes, wildlife and the beauty of the night sky. A Chartered Natural Scientist and Associate of the Royal Photographic Society, Robert leads photography tours throughout Britain as well as overseas. More than 290 of his photographs, including over 100 landscape images, have been accepted in international exhibitions worldwide.