Dorset Landscape Photography | Dorset Photography Workshops and 1-2-1 Tuition

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Peter's childhood was in the Northumberland in the north east of England, a county which is very rural and he learnt at very early age to love the country side, the superb coastline, this was the beginning of his love of landscape and seascape scenery photography, he has always had a film camera from his early teens and made the move to Nikon DSLR digital cameras in 2004, which includes Nikon D70, D3000, D300, D300S and he has just moved to the Fuijfilm Xt-2

Peter has exhibited his landscape photography in regional shows in Hampshire, his main influence has been Answel Adams, what I admire about Answel is his ability to create fantastic landscapes and they are always trying new ways to create award winning scenic photgraphy

I always look to see if there are any special events in the location that I am visiting such as the Nice Flower festival or the Menton Orange Festival. These festivals give me the chance to capture these customs and events with my camera which may only happen once a year but have been taking place for many years and some times centuries.

Now you know what I do, please feel free to email or call me for a chat about your specific needs. We also discuss any ideas you already have about your photos and together we'll establish a plan for your photography project.

Peter conducts photography workshops at amazing locations, where learners train on landscape photography and is meant for those who have a fundamental knowledge of photography.

Peter has travelled widely in England and Scotland and has conducted workshops at Dorset County, an excellent location in South West England. This special workshop at the ceremonial County of Dorset has exceptional features due to its long history from the Neolithic past.

He inspired his pupils at the Jurassic Coast Photography workshop to capture some exquisite shots of the coast in high and low tides that revealed mind-blowing coastal fossil structures. He researches the locale for workshops well in advance to inform participants. The unique workshop at the 95-mile-long Coast left the participants spellbound where night photography was a special feature, meant for trained professionals.