Photography workshops and courses are running.
Government guidance regarding social distancing etc at the time of the workshop will be followed.
If restrictions and guidance dictates, workshops may be postponed.
(Maximum of 6 people)
From shingle beaches for minimalist seascapes, to fishing boats and the famous ‘Scallops’ Aldeburgh provides a wealth of opportunities. This first light workshop will capture the pre-dawn light (sunrise not guaranteed!) and continue to capture images throughout the morning.
With a mix of composition and technical tips there is a good variety throughout the day. Being in a small group you have plenty of opportunity to ask questions.
Who it is suitable for:
Photographers of all ability, from beginners to more advanced. From compact camera, bridge camera to DSLR (not really suitable for mobile phone photographers).
What to bring:
Camera - Spare battery can be useful when using your camera all day.
Lenses - A range of focal lengths will be useful, from wide angle to telephoto.
Tripod - If you have one, some are available to borrow if needed.
Cable release - Not essential, but useful if you have one.
Filters - Not essential, but useful if you have them.
What to wear:
Sturdy footwear is advisable. As is waterproof coat/trousers.
Tea, coffee and biscuits will be provided.
Lunch is not provided. It is advisable to bring a packed lunch. Some shops etc may be open but most workshops are ‘off season’ so not guaranteed.
There are public toilets available.
Personal insurance, camera insurance and travel (to, from or during the workshop).