Workshops

Carnedd Meibion Owen Banner

Are you interested in learning photography or even refining your current skills? If so, read on!

What’s a workshop?

A workshop is just a term used to describe time spent with a photographer learning the art of photography. We get together, find beautiful landscapes or interesting wildlife, and then work out how to photograph it. Workshops are available as both one-to-ones and group workshops in both half-day and full-day lengths.

Me taking a picture of Ffynone FallsIt doesn’t matter what your skill level. I teach everything from mobile phone photography to professional DSLR and mirrorless systems. Just let me know what equipment you’ve got and then we can talk about the kind of photography you’re interested in, whether it’s wildlife, landscapes, or a mixture of both.

Where do they take place?

At the moment I only offer regular workshops in Pembrokeshire, Wales. It’s where I live, so I know all the locations and can tailor things nicely to your needs. But if you have a location in mind that is further afield, then contact me and we can discuss it.

The Workshops

So which workshops do I offer?

Preseli Hills

From the Golden Road that runs along the spine of the Preseli Hills to the hillforts and stone circles that litter the horizon, a workshop set in the Preseli Hills covers a lot of terrain. The views are amazing and the feeling of peace, sublime.

 

Pembrokeshire’s Waterfalls

Pembrokeshire has quite a few waterfalls. Some, such as Cenarth Falls, are well-known and easy to find, but there are many others that are hidden away and difficult to locate even if you’re a local. From the Mabinogion mystery of Ffynone Falls to the hidden gem that is Aberfforest, there are lots of interesting waterfalls that each have a character of their own and unique challenges to photograph.

 

 

Coastal Scenery

Pembrokeshire is renowned for its rugged coastline and stunning beaches. A coastal workshop visits some of the amazing locations that Pembrokeshire has to offer, including some views that few people ever see.

What’s next?

So if all that sounds good, then take a look at a few things you should consider before signing up, and then contact me so that we can discuss  what’s next. Prices range from £90 for a half day, up to £150 for a full day, but you can book as much – or as little – time as you want, and students get a third off. There are also bulk discounts available if you book as a group.

I look forward to meeting you.