Dorset's Purbeck Coastline - 5th-6th October 2018

£210 per person

£50 deposit required

Max group size: 3

Spaces: 2 left

Duration: 2 days

What to expect

Read about what happens during a landscape photography workshop.

What's included

Tuition and guidance, transport between locations, notes covering topics explained during the day.

What to bring

Camera, tripod (highly recommended), accessories (spare battery, etc), selection of lenses, filters (ND grads/polariser most useful), walking boots, wellies, mobile phone, food/drink/snacks.

The Isle of Purbeck packs many beautiful photography locations into a small area. It features coastal cliffs, intricate rock formations, inland views and historic buildings. We'll visit a variety of coastal and inland places, shooting sunset on the first day and sunrise on the second day.

Example itinerary

Day one
Meeting at 11:30am, we'll walk the coastal path at St Aldhelm's head, taking in its isolated chapel and coastal views to the south and west. Next we'll drive to Kimmeridge Bay to photograph rock formations and views of the bay. After sunset we'll stop at a pub for dinner.

Day two
Starting early at around 6:00am, we'll go to Old Harry Rocks, an iconic Dorset landmark with east-facing views.

Moving on to the coastal town of Swanage, we'll stop for breakfast and then spend the rest of the morning photographing the town's features, which includes three piers. The workshop will finish at midday.

Accommodation and meals are not included in the workshop. You are free to decide where you'd like to stay so use the locations listed above to give you an idea of the places we'll be visiting and therefore where to base yourself overnight. The itinerary may vary to suit the weather but our location will be roughly the same.