Cost: £75 per person
Date: 15 August 2020 (Saturday)
Time: 14.00 – 20.30
Max. group size: 4 participants
This is an afternoon-into-evening workshop in the Coquet Valley at the southern edge of the Cheviot Hills in the Northumberland National Park. The workshop is timed to take advantage of the warm afternoon light and the sunset.
We’ll start the workshop in the village of Harbottle to photograph the ruined medieval castle there. After that we’ll walk up into the Harbottle Hills to the Drake Stone, across heather moorland. After that we’ll return to Harbottle and then drive further into the Coquet Valley, stopping to photograph the River Coquet along the way. The day will end at sunset near the remains of Chew Green Roman fort.
Don’t hesitate to contact me if you’d like to take part in this workshop or if you’d just like more information about this or any other workshop..
This workshop is suitable for all levels of experience and ability, from beginners to more experienced photographers. The small group size allows David to devote ample time throughout the day to each individual participant’s needs and priorities.
Bring with you the camera equipment you already own. A tripod will be useful, but don’t worry if you don’t have one: it is not essential and we should be able to lend you one for the afternoon.
There will be some walking over uneven ground and up and down fairly steep slopes, so a good degree of fitness will be needed. Suitable outdoor clothing and sturdy walking shoes or boots are highly recommended.