Date: 13 June 2020 (Saturday)
Time: 9.30 – 16.00
Max. group size: 4 participants
The first castle in Bamburgh – a timber stronghold – was built in 547, by the Kings of Northumbria, who made this their capital. Centuries later, after many changes of fortune, it still stands on its basalt outcrop, overlooking one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline in Britain.
This workshop will give you the opportunity of photographing the castle and the picturesque village of Bamburgh itself, as well as sections of the coastline nearby, including Stag Rock and Harkess Rocks.
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 enables me to devote time to each participant individually, and so address each photographer’s needs, questions 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’s not essential and I should be able to lend you one for the day. Some walking over uneven ground may be involved, so a reasonable degree of fitness will be needed, along with sturdy shoes, walking boots or wellingtons.