Lake District Photography Workshop – 3 day Landscape Photography Workshop
£725 per person (various dates) – Buttermere, Wast Water, Ambleside and more
Our short intensive Lake District photography workshop will provide you with in-depth knowledge of how to take high-quality landscape photographs. There will be shoots in the national park covering everything from sunrise to sunsets, ancient stone circles, secret mills and more. You will learn how to use filters effectively and how to compose your image. This is the perfect workshop for anyone wanting to improve their landscape photography.
On this landscape photography workshop, we will start in the beautiful town of Keswick before we explore some of the Lake Districts’ most photogenic locations. The Lake District landscape is unique in the United Kingdom and so provides wonderful subjects for landscape photographs. So join us in the North West for this exciting journey.
Why you should come to our Lake District workshop
The Lake District national park offers some of the best landscape photography locations in the whole of the United Kingdom. With imposing mountains and hills with beautiful views of the lakes, it provides a perfect scenario for capturing stunning shots.
On this workshop, we will visit many of the best Lake District photography locations. This is a workshop dedicated to helping you capture high-quality landscape photographs. More specifically scenes with water in the foreground.
Not only will you experience amazing locations at the best time of the day, but you will get the guidance to improve your photography.
There will be many different landscape photography scenarios, lighting situations, and certainly different weather conditions. All this will provide the various challenges that landscape photography throws at you. You will be guided through each scenario with expert help, advice, and encouragement from Kav Dadfar or Jordan Banks. You will learn about settings, composition, filters, long exposures and so much more.
Professional service by pro photographers
There are lot’s of Lake District photography workshops out there. So why should you choose us?
Unlike many other photography tour providers, our tutors are professional photographers. Not only by title but in practice. They are working photographers who have spent years honing their skills.
Between them, they have photographed everything from hotels and food to travel features. Their work has appeared across the globe in the likes on National Geographic, Wanderlust, Sunday Times Travel and Lonely Planet.
Peace of mind when booking our Lake District Photography Workshop
There has never been a more important time in ensuring that your deposit or payment is safe. So in the event that any of our tours or workshops don’t go ahead, we offer a 100% refund. No fees and no excuses. So can rest assured that if you book a Lake District landscape photography workshop with us, your booking is safe if the unexpected happens.
Small groups on even private workshops
We have always believed that small groups are best for travelling. Not only are they safer to run and manage. But they are also much more sustainable and responsible.
This is even more important for photography workshops where learning is key. This Lake District photography workshop is no different.
We limit our workshops to only 6 people at a time and will run them with as few as 3 people. This ensures that everyone on the workshop benefits from ample time with the tutor. In fact for 2 people, if you prefer you can choose a private trip. Imagine how much you could learn in a few days with a private instructor to guide your landscape photographs!
Whatever level you are at, we can help
You may have only recently decided to take up photography and find it all overwhelming. Or you may have some knowledge but struggle to capture the sort of photos that you dream of. Or you could be a serious amateur with years of experience but want to take your photography to the next level. Whatever level you are at, we can help you achieve your photography goals on this Lake District landscape photography workshop.