Dorset Photography Workshop, March 2020


21st – 23rd Mar 2020

Without any doubt, the Dorset Coast has some of the most Iconic landscapes in the UK. From the ancient beaches of Durdle Door, to the stunning coast around Portland Bill lighthouse, it is impossible not to be inspired by the beauty of this area of outstanding natural beauty. During this three day workshop, we will be visiting all the best classic locations that the Jurassic coast has to offer, and with a maximum of six clients for this workshop, you will have ample opportunity to improve your landscape photography on a one to one basis.

Whether you want to capture wide-angle long exposure photographs of the stunning vistas or create more intimate images looking at themes of texture, pattern and colour, you will have the time to explore these ideas and produce fresh new original photographs while learning to see the landscape in a fresh way. This Dorset photography workshop towards the end of March gives us a good chance to get mist surrounding Corfe Castle at sunrise. Other places we will be visiting include Man O’War Bay with its wonderfully crescent-shaped beach, Lulworth Cove which offers some excellent wide angle or panoramic views, Kimmeridge bay which is great for capturing the wonderful colours of sunset, Old Harry Rocks with its chalk sea stacks, Swanage old pier where you will perhaps use long exposures to create minimalist photographs, and of course Durdle door and Portland Bill. Starting at 11.00 on Saturday 21st March, and finishing after sunset on Monday 23rd March, this photography workshop will help to take your work to a new level while having a great time with like-minded people in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. If that sounds like your kind of workshop, it would be great to have you join us.

Please Note: For your reassurance before booking, this workshop will definitely take place regardless of how many people attend.

Corfe Castle, Dorset, Melvin Nicholson
Sunrise Over Corfe Castle, Dorset