Photography workshop long exposures. As photographers we capture a precious moment in time with our cameras.
Now, with the advent of extreme neutral density filters such as Lee’s “Big Stopper” we have the ability to slow the world down and capture the effects of time passing on the landscape in ways that our eyes can never perceive. If you love this minimalist style of image making, with streaking clouds, smooth translucent water and a surreal feel then this is the ideal workshop for you. Join Doug Chinnery on the Sussex coast as he teaches you how to master the skills necessary, both in camera and composition to make effective and pleasing long exposure images. Lee Filters have provided us at Light and Land with some “Big Stopper” filters, so if you don’t have one and have wanted to try the techniques you can borrow one for the duration of the workshop.
We have chosen Brighton as our location as it holds so many great subjects for long exposure photography. Impressions of London photography workshop. There can be nowhere more abundant with opportunities for street photography than the streets of London.This is a tour that takes street photography in a slightly different direction and seeks to tease out an alternative approach.
The focus will not be the people, although in London, no doubt people will feature, but rather in the urban landscape & architecture. Doug Chinnery’s now classic London ‘Light & Life’ workshops have become a firm favourite with Light & Landers - he has a wide reaching knowledge of the city and is well placed to advise on both traditional and creative techniques. Deserts of the United Arab Emirate Tour. Northern Ireland is one of the most spectacular and untouched pieces of coastline in the entire United Kingdom.
Although it’s fair to say many of us prefer to travel as far afield as the Scottish islands in search of dramatic landscapes, Northern Ireland has remarkable scenery that is both overlooked and under photographed. Staying on the north east coast, we will be photographing some truly remarkable scenes. Not only is there the dramatic coastline around the Giants Causeway, there are subtle landscapes too.
With echoes of Devon and Cornwall in abundance, Northern Ireland is truly a place to cherish and remember. Expect to venture into Ireland too, as there are wonderful possibilities not too far from Northern Ireland Borders. Winter in Glencoe Photography Tour. Glen Coe and nearby Rannoch Moor contain some of the British Isles best wild mountain and moorland scenery.
When you add in the possibility of the landscape being clothed in snow and ice, something we don’t see that often these days in the south of the UK as global warming gathers pace, they become truly magical places. There are few more beautiful sights than golden, early morning sunlight striking the spectacular snow covered Buchaille Etive Mor. Experienced photographers know that, far from being dreary, late winter provides the very best lighting opportunities for landscape photography: the sun remains low in the sky all day long giving wonderful directional light combined with the year’s moodiest cloudscapes.
This intensive workshop is specially designed for beginners and those at an intermediate level. There are two leaders, David Ward and Phil Malpas. Deserts of the United Arab Emirate Tour. 3 day photo Workshop in Brighton. As photographers we capture a precious moment in time with our cameras.
Now, with the advent of extreme neutral density filters such as Lee’s “Big Stopper” we have the ability to slow the world down and capture the effects of time passing on the landscape in ways that our eyes can never perceive. If you love this minimalist style of image making, with streaking clouds, smooth translucent water and a surreal feel then this is the ideal workshop for you. Join Doug Chinnery on the Sussex coast as he teaches you how to master the skills necessary, both in camera and composition to make effective and pleasing long exposure images. Weston-super-Mare Photography Workshop. Second tour due to popular demand!
Cairngorms National Park Photography Tour. Autumn is, for most photographers, the favourite season, and autumn in the Cairngorms is a sight to behold.
London Photography Workshop. London is quite rightly one of the greatest destination cities in the World.
For the photographer it has everything. Iconic views, stunning architecture spanning millennia, fascinating cultural diversity and ever changing light. South Downs Photography Tour. Brighton Long Exposures Photography Workshop. Shropshire & Powys Photography Tour. “Borderlands” Between the urban sprawl of the Midlands and vast remoteness of mid-Wales, there is a relatively unknown borderland which forms a physical, historical and cultural boundary between England and Wales.
This is a wild and beautiful region full of hidden surprises. From wide expanses of heather-clad moorland to secret tree-lined valleys, this tour encompasses some truly photogenic landscapes. As with all border regions, there is a darker side to this landscape. With Bronze Age burial sites, Iron Age hillforts and Offa’s Dyke, the troubled history of this place is never far from the surface - a feature which is reflected in its photographic potential. New York Photography Vacation. New York City - Light and Land. New York City - Light and Land. Great New York Photography Holiday. The beautiful and unspoilt country of Slovenia lies at the heart of Europe, where the majestic Alps meet the Mediterranean Sea.
Bordered by Austria to the north, Hungary to the east, Croatia to the south and Italy to the west, this tiny country is approximately half the size of Switzerland and is home to some of the most photogenic scenery to be found anywhere in Europe. Largely mountainous, more than half the country is thickly forested, with a wealth of architectural and natural wonders to attract our attention.
Light & Land Santorini Photography Holiday. Many of the villages of Santorini are perched on the edge of one of the most spectacular volcanic calderas on the planet. The magnificent views across the caldera take in the picturesque villages with the exquisite blue domed churches for which this Greek Island is famed. Santorini lies at the southern end of the Cyclades group of Greek islands, the last stopping off point before Crete. It has been continually re-shaped over the centuries by a series of violent volcanic eruptions. The current archipelago surrounds a huge caldera filled with sea water.
Great Budapest Photography Holiday.