PHOTOGRAPHY COURSES IN NORTHUMBERLAND
Landscape Photography Workshops and Photo Walks in Northumberland
It is easy to see why Northumberland with it's stunning coast, majestic castles and picturesque countryside, make it the best kept secret in the UK - hence it is often referred to as the "Secret Kingdom". That's why it's the perfect place to run our landscape photography workshops and photo walks.
Creative Landscape Photography at National Trust Cragside
Water & Movement workshop.
A truly magnificent estate and the former home of Lord Armstrong, inventor of hydro electricity, so it's not surprising that Cragside has an abundance of water and waterfalls and is just the perfect place to run our Water & Movement workshop.
Learn how to freeze or blur motion by varying shutter speeds. When and how to use ND filters & polarising filters to make sure you get stunning shots even in difficult conditions. Plus we'll show you how to see great shots to improve the composition of your images. Ideal for anyone having done our Explore Part 2, already shooting in aperture priority with and understanding of shutter priority.
Landscape Photography Workshops on the Holy Island of Lindisfarne
The unspoilt historic island of Holy Island offers an incredible range of opportunities for our landscape and seascape photography workshops.
We'll show you how to achieve stunning images by developing the ability to “see” great shots and to skillfully use your camera to record them. Learn about light and exposure to create great images, use filters for dramatic skies and what makes a good composition. The course is designed for anyone who has an understanding of aperture and depth of field or any previous student from our Explore your camera - Part 1 workshop. If you're not quite sure this course is for you then just contact Bev on 07772 363064 for more details.
We will meet at the Lindisfarne Inn at Beal for a short presentation before crossing the causeway to Holy Island. Due to the causeway crossing times, we have an extended photography session, giving all our students ample time to get the most from our workshop and benefiting from the advice and guidance of our experienced tutors. Max. 8 students per workshop. Accommodation can also be booked at the Lindisfarne Inn at Beal.
Photo Walks on Holy Island
Spend the day developing your existing skills as we walk around Holy Island taking advantage of the wealth of photographic opportunities it offers, landscapes, seascapes, Lindisfarne Castle, the iconic fishermens sheds, as well as the abundant plant and wildlife. A hands-on day of photography where you'll be using your camera for the majority of the time, with an experienced tutor to give advice and guidance on an individual basis and for that reason we only have a small group of 6 students max. on this course. There is no classroom session on this workshop as it is completely outdoors.
Suitable for anyone comfortable shooting in aperture priority or has attended our Explore your camera - Part 1 workshop.
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Cragside National Trust - Learn how to capture water in all its moods at this picturesque location and home of hydro-electric power.