Porlock offers the best of Exmoor in a compact area, making it perfect for a day's photography. This workshop will include visits to the open landscape of the moors as well as the unique flood marsh and beaches of Bossington and Porlock.
The workshop will coincide with the bloom of Exmoor's heather which transforms the moors of Porlock Common into a pink patchwork. It's the best time of year to visit the moors.
Just a few miles away are the beaches of Bossington and Porlock, plus the Porlock salt marsh. We'll visit at high tide which offers the best opportunities for photography as water floods the landscape, creating an inland lake behind the beach.
The workshop will begin at 3:00pm with a trip to Robber's Bridge, a quaint stone structure with a shallow stream running beneath it. From here we'll move to Porlock Common to photograph wide landscape views featuring blooming heather. The workshop will conclude at Bossington Beach where we'll photograph the flooded marsh and coastline as the sun sets over the Bristol Channel. The workshop will conclude at approximately 8:30pm after the sun has set.
Tuition and guidance, transport between locations, notes covering topics explained during the day.
Camera, tripod (highly recommended), accessories (spare battery, etc), selection of lenses, filters (ND grads/polariser most useful), wellies, mobile phone, food/drink/snacks.