England Photography
Workshops & Tours

England's finest landscape locations

View my range of England Photography workshops & tours.

All my England photography workshops have been created with landscape photography in mind for the beginner and intermediate photographer. I offer you the perfect opportunity to capture stunning images in a professional, friendly and enjoyable manner.

Lake District

As the largest national park in England, the Lake District is also home to England’s highest mountain and deepest lake. More recently it was awarded the status of UNESCO World Heritage Site.

There are 16 large and incredibly beautiful lakes here, the most famous being Windermere, Coniston, Ullswater, Derwentwater and Buttermere.

As if it were designed with the landscape photographer in mind, there are four distinct mountains rising as high as 3000ft providing the backdrop. What more could you possibly wish for?

Crow Park, Derwentwater, Lake District - england photography workshops

Jurassic Coast in Dorset

There are simply not enough words to describe the beauty and diversity of the Jurassic Coast in Dorset.

Starting at Old Harry chalk cliffs this dramatic coastline offers so many photographic opportunities such as beautiful sunsets at Kimmeridge bay, wide angle shots at Lulworth Cove, the old pier at Swanage and the mist surrounding Corfe Castle.

On the western end you’ll find waves crashing over the rocky headland at Portland Bill lighthouse, and the famous Durdle Door. Just a few of the delights waiting to be photographed.


Northumberland is a fabulous location for photography. The castles and rock formations that date back to the carboniferous age some 350 million years ago, stunning, pristine golden sandy beaches and sand dunes all provide wonderful opportunities to capture something rather special on camera.

The Powder House, Seahouses, Northumberland

Peak District

The Peak District was the first national park to be founded in the UK.

At over 555 square miles it may seem quite small, but there is an abundance of wildlife, wildflowers, woodlands, hills, valleys, grit and limestone edges, rivers, and reservoirs that means the Peak District contains a lifetime of photographs.

Come discover the beauty of the Peak District for yourself, and learn some new photography skills while there.

Chrome Hill, Peak District, Demiray Oral Photography

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