Due to a couple cancelling, I have spaces available on my Peak District Landscape Photography Workshop which will be held on Saturday October 29th 2011. As it is only 3 weeks away, I am prepared to offer this at a much reduced price from £110 per person to just £90 which also includes a pub lunch.
The day will be centered around 3 famous edges, the first being Stanage Edge where we spend the first couple of hours, and then, after a pub lunch, head onto Curbar and Baslow Edge. Should the weather prove too inclement for part of the day, we will go to a nearby gorge and shoot autumnal woodland scenes and waterfalls. This will be my sixth Peak District workshop in just ever a year and among the various comments I receive, is that they found it not only an instructional day but a fun get-together of like-minded individuals with a passion for photography.
Numbers, as always, will be limited to just 6 giving me plenty of time with each on an almost one-to-one basis. This I find is crucial as there will be a mix of abilities and since people learn at different speeds, I am able to cater for each, accordingly.
Just a couple of images before heading off on a break for a few days (40th birthday celebrations!) taken the day before I led a photography workshop in the Peak District. As ever, the weather was as inclement as ever making for very moody, evocative images. Both of these were taken at the base of Stanage Edge and it doesn’t matter how often I visit this site, I am always finding new angles. Coming from the south east, where the landscape is quite flat in comparison, driving a few hours to the Peak District refreshes the landscape photographer side of me. Perfect blue sky weather just doesn’t suit this landscape, as one of my workshop attendees pointed out. How right he was.
A more extensive posting will be added when I return. In the meantime, chec k out the latest (December) issue of Practical Photography in which I have written a rather extensive article.
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Robert Canis is a professional photographer specialising in the natural world.
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