01st - 03rd November, 2021
£845pp - Deposit of £215.00pp
3 full days Photographic Tuition (1st - 3rd November)
2 nights en-suite accommodation (1st and 2nd November)
Full English Breakfast
Transport between locations during workshop
Use of LEE Filters
Meals unless specified
Insurance (travel, photographic and personal accident)
Transport to/from workshop
3 Days / 2 Nights
New Forest National Park
Join Adam photographing the beautiful New Forest National Park during the peak of the autumn colours. Growing up on the edge of the New Forest, this is an area that Adam knows intimately and has photographed extensively.
Throughout this tour, Adam will guide you to the highlights of this beautiful and popular national park, and help you to photograph its ancient deciduous woodlands, meandering streams, wide open heaths and its small stretch of coastline.
Our tour begins at midday on the first day, where after an initial short briefing we will head out to a variety of locations for the rest of the day. Each day thereafter we will aim to be shooting from sunrise through to sunset, returning to the hotel after sunrise for breakfast before heading out for the rest of the day, and returning to our accommodation after sunset for dinner.
With a maximum group number of just 4, our chosen locations will be uncrowded, ensuring everybody has access to shoot that special viewpoint. But these tours are so much more than shooting a pre chosen vista. Adam will encourage you to fully explore each location to find your own viewpoints and compositions, while helping you capture beautiful landscape photographs.
Our tours are aimed at everybody, from beginners looking for advice and encouragement through to experienced photographers wishing only to be guided to locations. With such a small group, you can be assured of Adam's attention, support and feedback throughout each location we visit.
Our base for this tour will be the beautiful Bartley Lodge Hotel on the edge of the New Forest National Park. This elegant 18th Century country house, once the home of the celebrated Victorian geologist Charles Lyell, is ideally placed for our base, and being close to the M27 makes a convenient location when heading to/from the workshop.
The hotel features soothing bedrooms with sumptuous linens, power showers and a menu bursting with classic and contemporary dishes made from the finest local produce. Each guest will enjoy single occupancy in a double en-suite bedroom with all the comforts expected of a modern hotel. For more information on the hotel please visit their website.
What to Bring
To enable you to get the most out of the workshop please bring the following camera gear:
- DSLR, lenses and memory cards
- Spare batteries (charged up!)
- Filters (a set of LEE filters will be available for you to use throughout the workshop should you require them)