Lake District Photography Workshop, November 2020


2nd – 5th Nov 2020 1 PLACE LEFT


This four day Lake District landscape photography workshop during autumn is the perfect time of the year to visit the recently awarded UNESCO World Heritage Centre. The colours of the trees and leaves are changing to gorgeous oranges, reds and yellows and the days are getting cooler with the possibility of hoar frost. For landscape photography, it is just about perfect. It is quiet, peaceful and allows you to connect with nature in your own time free from the hustle and bustle of the summer visitors. Sunrise times are manageable (7.15am) allowing us to be on location for the start of the day before returning to the hotel for a hearty breakfast. Autumn in the Lake District is a very magical time indeed.

During our four days, we shall be visiting the stunning areas of Ullswater, Derwentwater, Rydal, Coniston and the Langdales.  From watching the warm golden glow of the setting sun as it lights up the sky with its pink hues over Ashness Landing Pier on Derwentwater to capturing the early morning light at the standing stones of the 3,200 year old stone circle at Castlerigg. From witnessing the beautiful and elegant wooden steamers moored up at Derwentwater to watching the light slowly illuminate the peaks of the Langdale Pikes from the shoreline of Blea Tarn at sunrise. There are so many viewpoints to marvel at, that you will want to return again time and time again.

This four day workshop is limited to just six people as I prefer to keep the group small and friendly while allowing you enough time with me on location. I provide the accommodation, dedicated professional 1-2-1 tuition, and transport between locations in a modern and comfortable nine-seater minibus.

Autumn Mist, Derwentwater, Keswick, Lake District
Autumn Mist, Derwentwater, Keswick, Lake District