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7th June 2022

Sunrise Over the Sea Photography Workshop


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Dawn is my favourite time of day for photography. Is it yours? This sunrise over the sea workshop helps you get the best out of your camera as the sun peeps over the horizon.

So, if your passion is getting perfect photos, and landscapes and seascapes are your thing,  then join me and learn the tricks of capturing the perfect sunrise photos.

  • how to be in the right place at the right time
  • tidal awareness
  • dealing with the changing light
  • camera settings
  • camera positioning
  • composition
  • lens choice
  • long exposure techniques
  • shooting into the sun
  • HDR

These are small group workshops, but also available as one-to-one sessions.

The workshops happen between Amble and Hauxley, depending upon the date on the dates shown below. However, they are weather depended, but are only cancelled if it is raining. Cloud and fog can make interesting shots at dawn too.

You will need a DSLR, mirrorless, bridge, or advanced compact camera. Additionally, you should also bring a tripod if you have one, plus clothing and footwear suitable for a chilly morning on the beach.

Full joining instructions will be sent to you on booking.

The group workshops are running on the following dates.
Saturday 2nd April at 05:20
Wednesday 6th April at 05:15
Saturday 9th April at 05:15

Dates for one-to-one lessons are arranged on booking. So please contact me for availability. Also, feel free to get in touch if you have any other queries about this or other workshops.

Now in the seventh year of running these popular workshops, I advise booking early to avoid disappointment. I look forward to seeing you on the beach at dawn.


Additional information

2nd April, 6th April, 9th April, One-to-One

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