A three day residential break that takes in the majestic scenery of the Lake District, Beautiful Fells, Tarns, Lakes and Mountain views.
This experience offers the enthusiastic photographer a fantastic opportunity to capture sunrise and sunset images set against one of the most iconic back drops the UK has to offer all with the support and guidance of an Academy Tutor on hand.
This experience offers the photographer a fantastic opportunity to capture sunrise and sunset images set against one of the most iconic back drops the UK has to offer all with the support and guidance of an Academy Tutor on hand.
Day one will begin with a brief introduction and theory session planning for a successful landscape shoot. The academy team will guide you on what settings to consider and how to achieve the best composition. After a practice shoot, we will then make our way to the first sunset location. The team provides transport to and from all locations.
We will begin with sunrise high in the Langdale pikes, and we continue photographing through out the day taking in stunning scenery including tarns, fells and a waterfall, completing our day with our second sunset location.
Take in some of the iconic photographic locations on offer in the Lake District starting with sunrise and the atmospheric Castlerigg Stone Circle, after breakfast we take in the beautiful scenery of Derwent water.
The accommodation for this break is The Wild Boar and it is located near the town of Windermere located in 72 acres of private woodland.
We have included breakfast and lunch on day's Two and Three and allowed ample time in the evenings for us to visit the local area as a group or individuals to purchase evening meals.
Lee has an outstanding passion for landscape photography. With experience photographing around the UK as well as abroad there's not much he hasn't tried when it comes to capturing stunning landscape images. He has been working in photography for over two decades and throughout this time has shot on a range of film and digital cameras as well as using most the brands we see in store today.