Old Harry Rocks on the Jurassic Coast in Dorset

Landscape photography workshops

Dorset Photography workshops on the Jurassic Coast will be available to book in Oct 2021 for One to One photography tuition. The Dorset Jurassic Coast workshop will be held in a variety of locations along Dorset’s spectacular Jurassic Coast, Kimmeridge Bay, Lulworth Cove, Durdle Door, the Stair Hole, and the Man O’ War.

All aspects of photography training will be covered during the workshop including composition, camera technique, working with the light, use of filters, exposure, depth of field, how to focus, and much more, Whether you are just beginning or an experienced landscape photographer, the workshop will help you to become a more versatile photographer who loves capturing interesting and beautiful landscape images.


Landscape Photography One to One Tuition

Our One to One photography tuition is available to book now and is tailored to meet your individual needs so that you get the most out of your time with me, you will be learning more about the art of exposure, filtration, light, composition and much more, so whether you are a complete beginner to photography or at a more advanced level, I believe this one to one photography tuition will be of use to you and advance photography skills, the cost for 1-2-1 tuition is £125.00 for four hours and a full day at £350.00.

Jurassic Coast Workshop

Jurassic Coast Workshop can be booked in 2022, this will include traveling to a number to shooting locations throughout the day, starting at Corfe Castle, and then onto Old Harry Rocks,  Kimmeridge Bay, Durdle Door on the Jurassic Coast, and finish the day at Portland Bill, there are a number of good photographic opportunities: Portland Bill Lighthouse and Pulpit Rock. The workshop covers only part of the 95-mile-long Coast on UNESCO World Heritage Site from Studland Bay through to the Isle of Portland.

There are fossils, landslides, cliffs, and beaches of immense beauty and information. This stunning diversity in the landscape makes the area a piece of a natural marvel fit to explore in detail.

pulpit bill rock portland dorset
Sunset over Land's End, Cornwall

West Cornwall Workshop

The West Cornwall Workshop can be booked in 2022.

Cornwall is one of the most photogenic counties in the UK; a landscape photographer’s heaven, where you can capture its breathtaking scenery, with its wild, rugged, windswept, romantic, and stunning landscapes in West Cornwall. This ancient land full of history and nature has so much to offer photographers. The Lizard Peninsula, the most southerly point in the UK, boasts countryside least affected by the passing of years. Its population is mainly concentrated around the fishing villages. Kynance Cove on the Lizard is famous for its white sand, turquoise sea, and rock stacks, and lots of good photo opportunities


The Lake District

The Lake District was once described as the wildest, the most barren, and frightful place but in 1778 the first guide book was written about the Lake District, this was the beginning of the tourist industry. My landscape photography started at Derwentwater, often called the Queen of the Lakes, stretches away to the south of Keswick, itself wonderfully located with Skiddaw and Bassenthwaite Lake to the north and Borrowdale to the south. In the Lake District, A short walk from Keswickboat landing you will find Friars Crag, one of the best views in the Lake District.

The place to visit for outstanding waterfalls is Aira Force 65ft (20m) which is set amongst woodland, from the bottom of Aira Force there is a woodland path that leads the National Trust car park. The duke of Portlands Boathouse is one the most photographed building in lakes with an outstanding views of the boathouse and lake.

Workshops will start in Spring 2022

Friars Crag Derwent Water Keswick
Trebarwith Strand and Gull Rock Cornwall

North Cornwall

The North Cornwall workshop can be booked in 2022

North Cornwall is an area with steep, dramatic cliffs, the rugged north Cornish coastline, at the Bedruthan Steps you will find dramatic views on the Cornish coast, with giant stacks and towering cliffs and Atlantic waves crashing on the beach, Boscastle is set in a narrow ravine and boasts some very attractive thatches and white-washed cottages. The last time I was at there was a blanket of mist over the port. By midday, the sea mist had started to clear. There are a number of good locations for landscape photography in Boscastle including the harbour and views from the warren point.

Trebarwith Strand and Gull rock are is one of my favorite locations, along with Trevose Head Lighthouse which was taken in very stormy conditions.

Max Attendees: 3
Deposit / Price
£100.00 / £320.00

Contact me on  07990 612634 to discuss, these dates are flexible


Northumberland’s heritage coastline simply cannot fail to impress. A designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, not only it is of significant geological importance, it features some of the most dramatic coastal scenery in the country. Best known for its sweeping sandy beaches, rolling dunes which fringe the coast, rugged cliffs and isolated islands, it also contains some imposing castles such as Bamburgh and the evocative ruins of Dunstanburgh Castle with its distinctive pebble beach.

It’s worth going to Holly Island, which can be accessed via a tidal causeway, explore its fascinating harbour, and the fishing village of Craster and picturesque Embleton Bay with its golden sands. At Walkworth beach enjoy the views northwards to the seaside village of Alnmouth and southwards towards Amble, and the dramatic Bamburgh Castle with its grass covered sand-dunes in the foreground.

Workshops will start in Spring 2022

Bamburgh medieval castle

Please contact me using the contact form to book 1-2-1 tuition. Thank you.

New workshops in Cornwall, Northumberland and Lake district have just been added, so please get in touch to reserve a place

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