The Landscape
Photographer’s Calendar

The Landscape
Photographer’s Calendar

£149.00

Each individual month offers the landscape photographer unique opportunities. Whether you are photographing the “intimate landscape” or something on a grander scale, your options are far greater than you might imagine. In this workshop we will consider a minimum of 7 ideas for each individual month, whether it be rural, urban, or coastal.

Number of people

About the Course

Specific locations will be highlighted, but students will also be taught how to track down other scenarios using the internet. Weather is of course a major consideration, and as it changes through the course of the year, you will be taught how best to exploit it. Similarly, there are ideal times to visit the coast, and these will be explained. It should also be appreciated that certain locations can be visited more than once within the year; taking waterfalls as an example, they can be photographed in March when the rivers are at their fullest, but similarly can be taken in October when they are likely to be surrounded by autumnal trees.


Access and availability are of paramount importance when considering your own photographic calendar, therefore you will be encouraged to identify locations very close to hand and able to respond spontaneously as the seasons gently change. A nearby field for example could look barren and bare in February, but absolutely resplendent in July. The purpose of this workshop is to make you aware of and alert to the many photographic opportunities available to you month by month.

Course Content

About the Tutor

Author of 17 books, Tony Worobiec studied fine art at The University of Newcastle upon Tyne and spent 18 years as head of a large design faculty in Dorset. He has won awards for photography in the UK and internationally, and has had work exhibited in London’s Barbican Gallery, Bradford’s National Museum of Photography, The Menier Gallery London and The Fox Talbot Museum Lacock. Dozens of his photographs have been used for book or album covers.

His work has appeared in many photographic magazines both here in the UK and in America. More recently he has developed an expertise in digital imaging, exploring both monochrome and colour techniques and has been invited to write extended articles for specialist digital photographic magazines such as Black & White Photography, Practical Photography, Total Digital Photography, Digital Photo Digital Camera and Photo Techniques USA.

The Landscape Photographer’s Calendar

£149.00

Each individual month offers the landscape photographer unique opportunities. Whether you are photographing the “intimate landscape” or something on a grander scale, your options are far greater than you might imagine. In this workshop we will consider a minimum of 7 ideas for each individual month, whether it be rural, urban, or coastal.

Number of people

About the Course

Specific locations will be highlighted, but students will also be taught how to track down other scenarios using the internet. Weather is of course a major consideration, and as it changes through the course of the year, you will be taught how best to exploit it. Similarly, there are ideal times to visit the coast, and these will be explained. It should also be appreciated that certain locations can be visited more than once within the year; taking waterfalls as an example, they can be photographed in March when the rivers are at their fullest, but similarly can be taken in October when they are likely to be surrounded by autumnal trees.


Access and availability are of paramount importance when considering your own photographic calendar, therefore you will be encouraged to identify locations very close to hand and able to respond spontaneously as the seasons gently change. A nearby field for example could look barren and bare in February, but absolutely resplendent in July. The purpose of this workshop is to make you aware of and alert to the many photographic opportunities available to you month by month. 

About the Tutor

Author of 17 books, Tony Worobiec studied fine art at The University of Newcastle upon Tyne and spent 18 years as head of a large design faculty in Dorset. He has won awards for photography in the UK and internationally, and has had work exhibited in London’s Barbican Gallery, Bradford’s National Museum of Photography, The Menier Gallery London and The Fox Talbot Museum Lacock. Dozens of his photographs have been used for book or album covers.

His work has appeared in many photographic magazines both here in the UK and in America. More recently he has developed an expertise in digital imaging, exploring both monochrome and colour techniques and has been invited to write extended articles for specialist digital photographic magazines such as Black & White Photography, Practical Photography, Total Digital Photography, Digital Photo Digital Camera and Photo Techniques USA.

The Landscape Photographer’s Calendar

£149.00

Each individual month offers the landscape photographer unique opportunities. Whether you are photographing the “intimate landscape” or something on a grander scale, your options are far greater than you might imagine. In this workshop we will consider a minimum of 7 ideas for each individual month, whether it be rural, urban, or coastal.

Number of people

About the Course

Specific locations will be highlighted, but students will also be taught how to track down other scenarios using the internet. Weather is of course a major consideration, and as it changes through the course of the year, you will be taught how best to exploit it. Similarly, there are ideal times to visit the coast, and these will be explained. It should also be appreciated that certain locations can be visited more than once within the year; taking waterfalls as an example, they can be photographed in March when the rivers are at their fullest, but similarly can be taken in October when they are likely to be surrounded by autumnal trees.


Access and availability are of paramount importance when considering your own photographic calendar, therefore you will be encouraged to identify locations very close to hand and able to respond spontaneously as the seasons gently change. A nearby field for example could look barren and bare in February, but absolutely resplendent in July. The purpose of this workshop is to make you aware of and alert to the many photographic opportunities available to you month by month.

About the Tutor

Author of 17 books, Tony Worobiec studied fine art at The University of Newcastle upon Tyne and spent 18 years as head of a large design faculty in Dorset. He has won awards for photography in the UK and internationally, and has had work exhibited in London’s Barbican Gallery, Bradford’s National Museum of Photography, The Menier Gallery London and The Fox Talbot Museum Lacock. Dozens of his photographs have been used for book or album covers.

His work has appeared in many photographic magazines both here in the UK and in America. More recently he has developed an expertise in digital imaging, exploring both monochrome and colour techniques and has been invited to write extended articles for specialist digital photographic magazines such as Black & White Photography, Practical Photography, Total Digital Photography, Digital Photo Digital Camera and Photo Techniques USA.