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All my 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.
Iceland, known as the land of fire and ice, was sculpted by a combination of volcanic activity, the weather and of course the ocean. What makes Iceland so amazing is the contrast between the crystal clear icebergs and the black volcanic sand.
Iceland has so much more to offer than just the northern lights and no visit would be complete without experiencing the world famous Jökulsárlón beach.
Southern Iceland is known for its iconic viewpoints, but it is the fleeting moments of amazing light that define this island. Imagine a a herd of wild reindeer wandering across an icy barren wilderness, or a small red and white wooden church set against the backdrop of a huge mountain, these are the kind of scenes you will capture.
Lofoten in Norway is widely considered to be one of the world’s top ten destinations for landscape photography. With the seven islands connected by small bridges, this archipelago provides so much variety for the landscape photographer with views so inspiring, that it will be difficult to know which direction to point your camera at.
From the rugged peaks of Lilandstinden and Olstinden that dominate the stunning coastal villages of Hamnoy and Reine to the iconic red rorbuer fisherman cabins by the water’s edge that line the coastline of western Loften.
Come and join me as we discover Lofoten during the peak of the season and the possibility of the northern lights putting on a show in the sky really is one of the best places to enjoy a few days of landscape photography.
Those who have visited Slovenia will always sing its praises. This incredibly diverse little country offers everything the discerning landscape photographer could ever wish for, and for anyone learning photography there is no greater concentration of amazing locations in one small area.
Slovenia has it all, from beautiful alpine mountains surrounding cool glacial lakes, thundering rivers and waterfalls, lush green valleys and incredible views to glistening vineyards leading off to the sparkling Adriatic Sea.
Tuscany has long been considered one of the most beautiful photography locations in Europe. It possesses gorgeous, golden yellow rolling hills interspersed by narrow streets of medieval towns. The mist fills the surrounding valleys at sunrise and they provide the most wonderful view in which to start your day with and in the evenings, capturing the warm glow of the setting sun over the golden, autumnal landscape is an absolute must.
The Dolomites are one of the finest places in Europe for running landscape photography workshops. Located in Northern Italy, the Dolomites, or the ‘Pale Mountains’ due to the carbonate rock dolomite, is a mountain range of unspeakable beauty, so much so, they were declared an UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2009.
The jewel in the crown has to be the Tre Cime di Laverado, a stunning eleven or so towers that make up the group but it is the main three huge monoliths and their north faces that attract interest from hikers, climbers and of course photographers. Come and visit the Dolomites with me during the changing of the autumn colours and experience one of the finest places for landscape photography in Europe.
The stunning landscape of Scotland has been attracting image-makers from all around the world since the dawn of photography. With its rugged highlands and dramatic western islands, it offers everything you could wish for when it comes to landscape photography workshops.
My workshops take place in Harris & Lewis, Glencoe, and the Isle of Skye with each workshop offering differing scenery to capture on camera.
England is home to some amazing scenery and many of the iconic locations have been photographed by me. My favourites include the lakes and mountains of the Lake District, the coastal scenes of both Northumberland and Dorset and the inner cities of both Manchester and Liverpool.