Somerset Levels - 8th September 2017

£105 per person

£30 deposit required

Max group size: 3

Spaces: 3 left

Duration: 1 day

What to expect

Read about what happens during a landscape photography workshop.

What's included

Tuition and guidance, transport between locations on the day, workshop notes.

What to bring

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

If you think Glastonbury is all about a world-famous music festival and lots of crystal shops you'd be (somewhat) wrong. It's located in the heart of the Somerset Levels and it's a great base for photography as it's within easy reach of many photogenic spots.

During the workshop we'll photograph the flat countryside near Glastonbury, visit a nature reserve off the beaten track and explore the back lanes of the Somerset Levels. We'll stop at a viewpoint to photograph Glastonbury Tor before climbing it to photograph sunset.

At the end of the workshop we'll do some light painting using torches. If you haven't tried this approach to photography before it is a lot of fun and will open your eyes to the possibility of mixing natural and artificial light!

The workshop will start at 2:30pm near the village of Compton Dundon. We'll climb Glastonbury Tor late in the afternoon in time to photograph sunset and do light painting at dusk. The workshop will conclude at 8:30pm.