Pulpit Rock on the Jurassic Coast

Jurassic Coast Photo Tour

Max Attendees: 3
Deposit / Price
£100.00 / £320.00

The Jurassic Coast workshop can be booked from October 2021, we also accept group bookings for camera clubs etc

Jurassic Coast, a World Heritage Site, has a stunning coastline from Old Harry Rocks (Dorset) to Orcombe Point (East Devon). There are fossils, landslides, cliffs, and beaches of immense beauty and information. This stunning diversity in the landscape makes the area a piece of a natural marvel fit to explore in detail.

Apart from traveling, the area is a heaven for people who are interested in photography. The photographer in you is bound to spring out just to capture the enthralling landscapes and the mesmeric seascapes. Therefore, Jurassic Coast Photography is a major attraction here.

The Jurassic coast workshop will involve taking landscape photography at Lulworth Cove, Stair Hole, St Oswalds Bay and Man O’ War Bay. A visit will also be made to Kimmeridge Bay which offers great potential for creative work when its incredible rock ledges are exposed at low tide, whilst Lulworth Cove and St Oswalds Bay provide for the chance to work on long exposures and capturing movement
The spectacular Lulworth Cove is one of the jewels of the Jurassic Coast. Here a gap in the Portland Stone allowed the sea to rush through and scoop out the softer chalk creating the almost circular cove. Join me on this workshop to capture its spectacular beauty.

Man 'O' War Bay Lulworth Cove Dorset

What is covered in the Photo Tour

Best times to shoot
Planning your shoot
Creative Composition
ISO and Resolution
Subject / point of interest
Importance of raw
Settings & the Exposure Triangle
Getting the best out of taking manual control of the camera
Choice of equipment
How filters can help your photography
Long exposures

Whats Excluded

Meals, drinks
Camera or travel insurance
Weather Control

Whats Included

Photography tuition
Location guidance
Training in all aspects of landscape photography
Dealing with Britain’s elusive weather and lighting conditions!
All travel throughout the duration of the workshop
Accommodation & Breakfast if workshops runs over two days

What to bring

The landscapes are majestic, but the weather can be unpredictable. Here are just some of the things you’ll need:

Camera and lenses
Batteries and memory cards
Tripod – required
ND filters for daytime shooting (recommended)
Appropriate outdoor clothing (full wet-weather gear: jacket and trousers, hiking boots, thermal clothing, fleeces
Laptop for post-processing (Photoshop)
Smartphone (optional, but recommended)
Head torch
Waterproof socks

Corona Virus Update, 01 September 2021

The health and safety of our workshop participants and instructors is our first priority and will inform all of our decisions during this pandemic. We want you to know that we are monitoring the situation closely, and we are making adjustments to our workshop schedule as necessary.

The workshops will be run with appropriate health, hygiene, and social distancing protocols in place.

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