Landscape Photography Workshops

I regularly run landscape photography workshops both here in the Lake District and in other parts of the UK.

I aim to share my knowledge and passion for landscape photography and to help you to develop the skills needed to photograph the landscape with confidence.

Below you will find the details my up and coming workshops. If you are interested in attending any of my workshops please contact me using the form at the foot of the page.


Derwent Water

Landscape photography workshop at Derwent Water in the Lake District
The view of Lattrigg and Blencathra from Otterbield – one of the many wonderful views that can be enjoyed from the western shores of Derwent Water

With so much to explore the western edge of Derwent Water is the perfect location for a morning of landscape photography. Offering wooded shorelines, secluded bays and grand vistas there is something for everyone. On a still morning the reflections of Skiddaw are nothing short of spectacular!

Location: Derwent Water, Lake District

Date: Saturday 25th January 2020 (07:00 to 11:00)

Places: SOLD OUT

Price: £65 per person


New Date Added

Date: Sunday 26th January 2020 (07:00 to 11:00)

Places: SOLD OUT

Price: £65 per person


Ullswater and Brothers Water

Landscape photography workshop on Ullswater in the eastern Lake District
Mossdale Bay on Ullswater – we will be stopping here on our way from Glencoyne to Brothers Water

Living as I do in the eastern edge of the Lake District National Park Ullswater is one of my favourite places to shoot. We will be starting at Glencoyne on the western shore of the lake before heading off to Brothers Water, stopping at Mossdale Bay on the way.  A great opportunity to photograph some of the finest scenery that the Lake District has to offer.

Location: Ullswater and Brothers Water, Lake District

Date: Saturday 8th February 2020 (07:00 to 11:00)

Places: SOLD OUT

Price: £65 per person


Rydal Water

with James Burns

Landscape photography workshop at Rydal Water in the Lake District
Join me and fellow YouTube photographer James Burns for a morning of landscape photography at Rydal Water in the central Lake District

The first workshop of 2020 with my good friend James Burns. We will be spending the morning at Rydal Water visiting the boathouse, the caves and the lone tree. This is a wonderful opportunity to explore one of the most photogenic areas in the central Lake District.

Location: Rydal Water, Lake District

Date: Saturday 22nd February 2020 (07:00 to 11:00)

Places: SOLD OUT

Price: £65 per person


Ribblehead

with James Burns

The limestone pavement at Ribblehead in the Yorkshire Dales National Park
There are lots of opportunities to photograph the iconic limestone pavements at Ribblehead. © James Burns 2020

The Yorkshire Dales is well know for its limestone pavements. These pavements were formed by erosion caused by acid rain which over time has dissolved the soft rock to form deep fissures known as grikes. As well as the pavements you will also get the opportunity to photograph the famous Ribblehead viaduct.

Location: Ribblehead, Yorkshire Dales

Date: Saturday 7th March (08:00 to 12:00)

Places: Limited to 4 people, 1 place available

Price: £65 per person


Blea Tarn and Side Pike

The iconic view of the Langdale Pikes and Side Pike from Blea Tarn
Join me for an opportunity to capture the iconic view of the Langdale Pikes from Blea Tarn.

The Langdale Pikes is one of the most impressive rock formations in England. Join me for the opportunity to photograph them from 2 very different positions. Starting at the iconic Blea Tarn we will then make our way up Side Pike, one of the most delightful climbs in all of Lakeland.

Location: Blea Tarn, Lake District

Date: Saturday 21st March (06:00 to 10:00)

Places: SOLD OUT

Price: £65 per person


New Date Added

Date: Sunday 22nd March 2020 (06:00 to 10:00)

Places: Limited to 2 people

Price: £65 per person


Long Exposure Seascapes

with Tom Peters

Long exposure seascape of Barrel Rock near Bude in Cornwall
Barrel Rock near Bude – the perfect location for an afternoon of long exposure seascapes. © Tom Peters 2020

The long exposure is an incredibly useful technique that can give a photograph that little something extra. Unfortunately it can be a little difficult to get your head around. Join Tom and I for an afternoon of long exposure seascapes and we will teach you everything that you need to know about ND filters and calculating exposure times.

Location: Bude, Cornwall

Date: Saturday 28th March (15:00 to 19:00)

Places: Limited to 4 people, 2 places available

Price: £65 per person


Grasmere and Loughrigg Fell

Autumn at Grasmere in the Lake District
Start the day on the shores of Grasmere before climbing to the summit of Loughrigg Fell.

The poet William Wordsworth once described Grasmere as “the loveliest spot that man hath ever found”. We will start the morning on the banks of the lake before climbing to the summit of Loughrigg Fell for views of the Langdale Pikes and Loughrigg Tarn. On the return there will also be the chance to photograph the view of the lake from Ewe Crag.

Location: Grasmere, Lake District

Date: Saturday 18th April (06:00 to 10:00)

Places: Limited to 2 people, 1 place available

Price: £65 per person


Black and White Mountain Photography

with James Burns

The view from Swirl How in the Lake District
Our ‘Black and White Mountain Photography’ workshop is a rare opportunity to join James and I for a day in the Lake District Fells.

Over the past couple of years James Burns has become well known as a hiker and mountain photographer. This is a rare opportunity to join James (and me) for the day in the Lakeland fells. Starting from the Wrynose Path we will make our way up to the summit of Swirl How. Along the way James will share his approach to black and white photography in the mountains.

Location: Swirl How, Lake District

Date: Saturday 25th April (08:00 to 16:00)

Places: Limited to 4 people

Price: £115 per person


North Cornwall

with Tom Peters

Boscastle Harbour from Penally Hill
The iconic view of Boscastle Harbour from Penally Hill, one of the many locations we will be visiting on our North Cornwall workshop.

The north Cornwall coast has to be one of the best places in the UK for coastal photography. Join myself and local photographer Tom Peters for a morning full of craggy cliffs and rocky coves. Starting at Boscastle with the iconic view of the harbour we will move on to Bossiney Cove before finishing on the pebble beach at Crackington Haven.

Location: Boscastle, Bossiney and Crackington Haven, Cornwall

Date: Saturday 9th May (05:00 to 13:00)

Places: Limited to 4 people

Price: £115 per person


Hallin Fell

The sun rising over Pooley Bridge
Join me to watch the sun rising over Pooley Bridge from the summit of Hallin Fell

If you have never watch the sunrise from the top of a fell then this could be the workshop for you! The summit of of Hallin Fell is just a short climb from the church at Martindale. Whilst at the summit you will get the opportunity to photograph the impressive summit cairn which will feature in my Hand of Man project. Disclaimer: sunrise not guaranteed! 🙂

Location: Hallin Fell, Lake District

Date: Saturday 16th May (04:00 to 8:00)

Places: Limited to 2 people

Price: £65 per person


Buttermere

with Tom Peters

The view of Fleetwith Pike and Haystacks at the southern end of Buttermere
Saving the best till last? Buttermere will be the location for my final workshop of spring 2020

A simple lap of Buttermere is one of the finest walks in the whole of the Lake District. Starting in the village we will make our way around the lake stopping to capture some of the iconic views as we go. Join Tom and I for my final workshop of spring 2020.

Location: Buttermere, Lake District

Date: Saturday 23rd May (5:00 to 9:00)

Places: Limited to 4 people

Price: £65 per person


If you are interested in attending one of my workshops please contact me using the form below.