Cornwall Wild Light Photography Workshops with Steve Walton

Our 2017 landscape and seascape photography workshop in Cornwall runs from 7th-9th April 2017.  Based at the historic Cadgwith Cove Inn, the cost for the workshop is £395 to include accommodation from Friday 7th to Sunday 9th April, inclusive of  breakfasts on Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th and evening meals on Friday 7th and Saturday 8th April.   All photography and post processing tuition and transport to all locations and unlimited fun throughout the duration of the workshop is included!  Please note equipment and your return travel costs to the workshop are not included.

The group is limited to four attendees only to ensure maximum attention.  Open to all abilities, the aim of the workshop is for attendees to learn how to identify potential locations and plan the optimum time for a location shoot.  Understanding how to pre-visualise the image and control light at the point of taking with the use of a filter set and long exposure techniques.  Although the workshop is not equipment centric, ideally you will have a camera that can be set manually for both focus and exposure, a tripod and remote shutter release. A card reader and laptop loaded with your preferred editing software would be useful for image review and discussion.

This time of year in offers longer days with usually settled weather with dramatic evening light.  Our tour in January 2016 was blessed with continuous stormy conditions due to that now-familiar dip in the jet stream that influences our mid-winter weather patterns, as illustrated by the images below.  We will visit coastal locations and prehistoric sites on the tour and there will be ample post production tuition in the evenings, too.

Our base at beautiful Cadgwith Cove is perfect for a small group of like-minded photographers.  This is a working fishing cove with a small fleet of inshore boats.  The inn is situated right in the centre of the village by the cove,  it is family owned and very friendly.  Gary and his staff will ensure your stay is top-notch.  There is a wide choice of food to cater for all requirements on the menu with a good selection of fresh, locally caught seafood.  This is a traditional hotel with a good range of real ales, ciders and wines as well as non-alcoholic refreshments and there is usually something going on during most evenings including quiz nights to folk nights.  The locals are well-known for their impromptu singing of traditional Cornish fishing songs.  This is authentic Cornwall, just as it has been for generations!

Our Wild Light Photography Workshop in Cornwall offers our attendees to have the best tuition in wonderful locations with the emphasis, as always, on creating artistic images whilst having a great time.  We look forward to welcoming you on our Wild Light Photography Workshop in Cornwall in April 2017!

Contact me for booking information and itinerary details: steve@stevewaltonphotography.info or telephone 0116 2994901

 

Wild Light Phototours and Workshops in Cornwall with Steve Walton, January 2017.

Penberth Cove

Penberth Cove near Lamorna.  Nikon D810, Nikon 20mm f1.8G lens (Cornwall, January 2016).

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Wild Light Phototours and Workshops in Cornwall with Steve Walton, January 2017.

Kynance Cove, Lizard

Storm Frank hits Kynance Cove during our Wild Light Cornwall Workshop!  Fuji X100T (Cornwall, January 2016).

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Wild Light Phototours and Workshops in Cornwall with Steve Walton, January 2017.

Mullion Harbour Cottage

Mullion Harbour.  Nikon D810, Nikon 20mm f1.8G lens (Cornwall, January 2016).

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Wild Light Phototours and Workshops in Cornwall with Steve Walton, January 2017.

Penberth Cove, near Penzance

Penberth Cove, evening light.  Fuji X100T (Cornwall, January 2016).

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Wild Light Phototours and Workshops in Cornwall with Steve Walton, January 2017.

Kynance Cove and Storm Frank,  Wild Light Cornwall Photography Workshop January 2016

Kynance Cove, storm bringer!  Nikon D810, Nikon 85mm f1.4G lens (Cornwall, January 2016).

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