Come along to this unique Gower Sunflowers Photography Workshop. Capture the amazing sunflowers and other colourful flowers (I’m hoping for lavender!) at their best in late July and early August.
Last year, the National Trust planted 400,000 sunflowers at The Vile above Rhossili in the Gower Peninsula, complete with the fabulous backdrop of Worms Head. See details on The National Trust Website
They were planted as part of a long term plan to recreate medieval agriculture and encourage biodiversity. They’re back this year, even better and accompanied by a wider range of flowering crops. This promises an amazing display of vibrant colour.
The workshop is designed for those with some previous knowledge but is flexible enough to cater for a variety of experience. In any case, I will be on hand to offer you guidance on the best way to capture the magnificent displays.
As with all our workshops, the workshop is designed for a maximum of 6 participants.
We’ll be there from early evening to after dark (if you wish to stay to capture the night sky).
We’ll also include a ‘half-time break’ between dusk and nightfall to review the images we’ve captured over a coffee or a pint.
Our plan is to introduce other themed based workshops at other locations in the UK – please CONTACT US for details.
Workshops are based on based on advanced technique, composition and creativity for the more experienced photographer.
During each event, we cover:
- Your camera controls,
- Composition theory,
- A range of locations
- Review and post-processing of your images at the end.