Lake District photography
The Lake District
The Lake District is one of the most beautiful places in Great Britain, with it’s natural outstanding beauty and also breathtaking lakes and mountains. These were made famous by Alfred Wainwright, in his 7 Pictorial Guides to the Lakeland Fells. Therefore Lake District photography is one of my favourite things to do. So why not join me on a Lake District Photography Workshop, and experience this wonderful area of country yourself?
There is lots of photography interest in The Lake District from lakes and ountains, and also various waterfalls. The Lakes has it all. It’s basically spectacular and if you have never been before you will be blown away by it’s beauty.
Lake District photography is a fantastically rewarding and it is also a location you can shoot all year round. And if you are interested, I can also run Yorkshire Dales photography workshops, which you can visit here.
- One to One Lake district Photography Workshop – £225 per day
- 2 Clients Sharing – £350 per day
- 3 Clients Sharing – £450 per day
What Will I Learn
- Composition Techniques
- Use of Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO
- Understanding Depth Of Field
- Exposure and reading/understanding the histogram
- Choosing the correct lens for the job
- 1 Months FREE e-mail support
Start Time / Itinerary
- Start time for the Lake District Photography Workshop depends on the time of year but I’m flexible and can work around yourself, it’s your day so we will discuss before hand what is best for you.
- A usual day will be between 8 and 12 hours
- We will meet at a location and then spend the rest of the day in my Landrover Discovery, you will then be returned to your vehicle or Hotel at the end of the workshop
- We will usually photography between 4 to 6 locations
What Will I Need To Bring
- A tripod is essential for Landscape Photography to keep the camera steady and is also very useful for composition purposes
- Camera plus manual
- Filters are another essential piece of equipment as it helps to control exposure and reduces reflections
- Lens: Ideal Lens size is 24-70 and 70-200
- If you don’t have the following gear you can use mine all you would require is a memory card so you can take your images home with you
- Waterproof clothes and wellies, the Lake District weather can change at the blink of an eye
An average level of fitness is required, however I also have disabled friendly routes available in which photographs can be taken within a minute of my car.