(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.
There are public toilets available.
Personal insurance, camera insurance and travel (to, from or during the workshop).