One-day weekend landscape photography workshops in Sussex and South East England in small groups

Group workshops are held in a variety of locations across Sussex, on the coast, in the country (notably on the South Downs) and in urban environments, occasionally also in London.

During a workshop you will get help with both the technical and aesthetic side of photography. What camera settings to choose for landscape photography, where to focus to get the best results, how to use the histogram and why you need to use it, how to use graduated filters. How to create engaging and strong compositions, what lens to use to achieve specific effects, how to find the right perspective, how to work with light in different conditions and with different subject matter. You will get exhaustive answers to these and many other questions.

Landscape photography workshop Bosham in West Sussex

Group courses are NOT "lectures", you will always get individual attention. Whether you've just got your first DSLR or have been taking pictures for a while, and however modest or advanced your kit is, you're guaranteed to get just the advice you need and spend time in a friendly atmosphere with like-minded people. However, if you're just starting with photography and would like to learn how to use the camera in general, an individual photography training session might be actually more beneficial for you (read more about individual sessions).

Regarding your equipment, apart from the camera and lenses a tripod is indispensable, and a remote (cable or wireless) highly advisable.

Key facts:
    - groups of maximum 6 participants
    - 5 hours on location
    - I don't take my own pictures, so I can focus all my attention on you
    - my filter system is at your disposal during the session (available adapter diameters: 52, 67, 77 and 82mm, along with a set of additional step-up rings to cover most popular lens thread diameters)
    - cost: £60 per person
    - in case of foul weather the session will be rescheduled to another date suitable for everyone, or you'll be offered a place in another workshop or a refund

Accommodation

Rosebud Cottage Steyning
If you plan on coming to Sussex from further afield and need accommodation, consider this lovely self-catering cottage in Steyning, a beautiful historic little town nestled in the South Downs National Park a few miles west of Brighton. If you mention you're coming to join any of my workshops, whether group or individual, when making your booking you will receive a 10% discount (valid for stays between 2 and 4 nights).
Enquire at http://www.steyningcottages.co.uk/

Payment

By bank transfer or Paypal. Gift certificates available.

Contact

If you have any questions, would like to book a space or sign up for the newsletter to receive information about future workshops, get in touch here.

Currently available group workshops:

Date Location Availability
27 May 2017

Rye, East Sussex

Townscapes/architecture.
Moderate amount of walking.

Meeting place: in front of Rye Station (map)

Start: 4pm

West Street
5 spaces
28 May 2017

Ditchling Beacon, East Sussex

South Downs National Park. Focus on telephoto.
Moderate amount of walking on uneven terrain.

Meeting place: Ditchling Beacon car park (map)

Start: 3.30pm

Winter afternoon on the South Downs in East Sussex
2 spaces
11 June 2017

Cliffe Hill, South Downs near Lewes, East Sussex

Sussex countryside.
Moderate amount of walking on hills.

Meeting place: Cliffe High Street bridge (map)

Start: 4pm

Spring on the South Downs in East Sussex
6 spaces
17 June 2017

South Downs near Lewes, East Sussex

Sussex countryside.
Moderate amount of walking on hills.

Meeting place: corner of Southdown Av and Brighton Rd in Lewes (map)

Start: 4pm

Early spring on the South Downs in East Sussex
3 spaces
25 June 2017

Arun valley, West Sussex

South Downs National Park near Amberley.
Circular walk on uneven terrain.

Meeting place: in front of the Bridge Inn in Houghton (map)

Start: 4pm

Summer sunset on the South Downs in West Sussex
4 spaces