Set in 'waterfall country', this workshop will explore a very special part of the Brecon Beacons National Park which features a series of waterfalls in a small area. There are several waterfalls on two stretches of river and each fall has different characteristics, from sheer drops to curtains of water.
We'll be visiting during autumn so the area should be alive with yellows and oranges as the trees change hue.
The workshop will involve walking a few miles along footpaths that follow the rivers. It is likely to be wet underfoot so it is highly advisable to wear wellies. This will also allow you to take photos from the middle of some of the very shallow flows of water at the bottom of the falls.
We will meet at Pontneddfechan at 11:30am then make our way into the valley. The workshop will end at around 5:30pm as light fades.
During the workshop we will cover a range of topics from basic camera settings, filtration and focusing to 'seeing' a picture and improving composition. It doesn't matter what level you're at as there is enough time to give everyone individual attention. You will receive a brief questionnaire before the workshop to allow me to tailor the content towards what you wish to learn.
After the workshop I will send you notes recapping what we've covered.
Tuition and guidance, transport between locations on the day, notes covering topics explained during the day.
Camera, tripod (highly recommended), accessories (spare battery, etc), selection of lenses, filters (ND grads/polariser most useful), walking boots and/or wellies, mobile phone, food/drink/snacks.