Dorset is as historic as it is beautiful and one of the best photography locations in the UK. A rugged and unique coast where dinosaurs once roamed shrouded in mystery and beauty alike. This coastline really is a landscape photographers dream with its beautiful light and endless views.
Here is a rough itinerary of what you will be photographing on this workshop:
Day 1 – Weymouth – Harbour, lighthouse & Pulpit rock
Our Jurassic Coast photography workshop starts in the beautiful harbour town of Weymouth. After arriving at the hotel you will have a meet-and-greet and a brief discussion with your tutor before getting stuck in. We will explore the unique harbour and its colourful buildings before heading to the peninsula to shoot Portland Bill lighthouse and the famous Pulpit rock at sunset.
Day 2 – Kimmeridge Bay => Abandoned village of Tyneham => Lulworth => Durdle Door (B)
It’s a packed second day as we start with a sunrise shoot at the fossil lined coast of Kimmeridge Bay. The rest of the day will be spent exploring the abandoned village of Tyneham and the picturesque village of Lulworth before making the short drive to the world-famous Durdle Door for sunset.
Day 3 – Corfe Castle => Old Harry’s Rocks => End of Tour (B)
Our final day starts with a sunrise shoot at the iconic Corfe castle. In the morning mist, this castle quite possibly photographs better than any other in the UK. Once the sun is up we will explore Corfe town before moving on to Old Harry’s rocks. We will return to Weymouth where will have a final discussion and image review after which we will say our goodbyes go our separate ways.