Join us for the weekend on our Landscape Photography Course in Dorset. The course is led by professional landscape photographer Andy Farrer, winner of the 2015 Landscape Photographer of the Year Award. Over the weekend you will visit locations along Dorset’s stunning Jurassic Coast and will capture beautiful landscape image under the guidance of Andy.
A selection of Andy’s images, taken at the locations visited on this workshop:
The weekend landscape photography workshop takes place from 10-12 March 2017 and gives you the opportunity to take part in two sunset and two dawn shoots. You will also take part in a half day workshop in editing and workflow techniques for landscape photography.
Weekend photography course itinerary:
Friday 10 March – 4pm, depart on first landscape shoot
Saturday 11 March – morning dawn shoot, plus late afternoon dusk shoot
Sunday 12 March – morning dawn shoot, plus half day of editing and workflow instruction, depart in the afternoon
In addition to the organised photography activities, there will be plenty of opportunity to meet and talk all things photography with your fellow participants.
On the 36exp Landscape Photography Weekend Course, Andy will take you to some of his favourite locations for landscape photography in the area and he will provide tuition to enable you to to capture stunning landscape images.
Landscape Photography Course
Experience level – Intermediate to advanced
Duration – 3 days
Price – £250
Equipment needed – DSLR, wide angle lens, tripod, filters (optional)
Location – Jurassic Coast, Dorset.
Accommodation – We can recommend a good hotel for your to stay in, please let us know. We recommend that you stay in Wareham.
Transport – The tutor will transport you to the photography locations if you wish. Alternatively you can drive yourself to the locations as directed. Please let us know if you required transport to the locations. The likely cost of this is £30 per person.
Group size – 8
How to book.
Reserve your place by paying for the course using this form. The hotel and transport costs are paid separately and we’ll advise you how to do this.
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