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Workshop Information

What will the workshop cover?

  • Setting up your camera in manual mode
  • Essential equipment for the landscape photographer
  • Understaning landscape photography
  • Looking for an image
  • Composition
  • Basic landscape photography principles
  • Looking at light
  • Understanding exposure

What do you need to bring on a workshop?

  • Suitable clothing and footwear for being in the outdoors
  • Camera (preferably a DSLR)
  • Your camera manual
  • Spare batteries (fully charged)
  • Spare memory cards
  • Sturdy Tripod
  • Packed lunch and drink

Where will we go?

This is dependent on time of year, the type of workshop and the walking ability of individuals. Below is some information of a typical 1 day workshop.

  • Dryslwyn Castle and the Tywi Valley - an easy going workshop that includes a short climb up to the castle in order to view the surrounding landscape.

  • Dinefwr Estate and Castle - a relatively easy workshop that sees us exploring the parkland and includes a gradual climb up to the castle to get a great view of the beautiful Tywi Valley.
  • Llyn Brianne Reservoir - an easy workshop that explores the upper Tywi valley centred around the Llyn Brianne reservoir. This is often extended exploring the Irfon Valley and the Abergwesyn Pass.
  • Carreg Cennen and the Black Mountain - generally quite easy that sees us on open moorland. We will drive around the area to get different viewpoints of this magnificent castle and some other viewpoints.
  • Llyn-y-Fan Fach and the Escarpments of the Carmarthen Fans - situated on the western edge of the Brecon Beacons. This is a more challenging workshop, that sees us climbing to the height of approx 2000 feet. Spectacular views of the Beacon Peaks are guaranteed on a clear day.
 
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