Photo walks

Photo walks are a great way to make sure that you pick up your camera  and get some all important practice in while you've got a professional photographer on hand to guide you through the process.

 

Each walk focuses on a specific topic or two and we're visiting a variety of locations, so that you can pick and choose your walks to suit your learning needs, location and diary. Each walk will close in a café or a pub, with an opportunity to enjoy a drink with your fellow photography enthusiasts and chat about what you have just learned. Some walks will be open to all experience levels, whereas some will only be suitable for those with some existing camera knowledge, who have been on our Basics workshop or similar and want to practice using their camera in semi-automatic or manual modes.  

 

We'll be setting up some walks where we will be happy to welcome your children - so that you can focus your efforts on taking some great pictures of them, but most walks will be unsuitable for children. Please look out in the details of each individual walk for those dates where they will be welcome.  

 

Each walk will consist of 1 ½ hours shooting and the opportunity to join us in a nearby café/pub after.

In and Out the Dusty Bluebells – Saturday 29th April, 9.30am

Bring your child(ren) and join us amidst a magical carpet of bluebells in the beautiful countryside surrounding Dorking to practice taking photographs of your children in an enchanting sea of blue! You'll need a DSLR camera to take part in this walk.

I Love Your Face photography walk – Saturday 13th May, 9.30am

Those little faces change so quickly! I love photographing my children's faces often, and up close so that I can record them as they are now! Bring your child(ren) and join us in Leatherhead for an I Love your Face photography walk - we'll be sharing some great little tricks to get some awesome shots of your child's face and you can practice while there's help at hand to guide you. You'll need a DSLR camera to take part in this walk.

Golden hour and sunset on the beach – Saturday 13th May, 19.15

We’ll be spending the last hour before sunset on the beach in Worthing, practicing shooting in golden hour, before turning our attention to capturing the sun disappearing from the sky for the day.