Peace and tranquility in some of the most beautiful woodland in the UK.
As well as stunning beaches and historic sites, East Lothian boasts some of best natural woodland in the United Kingdom with many British species flourishing amongst the rolling hills and glens of Eastern Scotland.
One of the best, and most diverse, woodland areas is at Tyningham which is close to the estuary of the River Tyne. This ancient woodland covers a large area and features many different trees, plants and wildlife that provides so many opportunities for photographers of all levels. Woodhall Dean, a nature reserve in the hills above Dunbar. Woodhall Dean has a wealth of flora, wildlife and waterfalls.
This tour will show you some of the best areas to photograph and also provide guidance on how to shoot in different light amongst the trees and foliage.
INFORMATION ON THIS WORKSHOP
Level: Beginner to Advanced
Location: Tyningham or Woodhall Dean (new for 2018)
Access: Easy walking on woodland paths, no heavy climbing involved in this workshop.
Equipment: DSLR or CSC Camera + wide angle and telephoto lenses. A macro lens, extension tubes or close up filters would be useful on this workshop, as will Neutral Density and Polariser Filters but not absolutely necessary. A sturdy tripod is recommended PLEASE CHECK THE RECOMMENDED EQUIPMENT LIST FOR THIS WORKSHOP
Schedule: 9am to 6pm (April to October) 8am to 5pm (November to March)
Number: 3 people maximum
PRICE: £150 per person (£50 deposit required to book)
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WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THIS WORKSHOP?
Transport will be provided from Dunbar to the various venues on the tour and then back to Dunbar in the evening. We do not provide transport to Dunbar for the start of the Tour.
A packed lunch will be provided. Please advise of any dietary requirements at the time of booking.
A FREE REUSABLE STAINLESS STEEL WATER BOTTLE WILL BE PROVIDED AND WILL BE YOURS TO KEEP AT THE END OF THE WORKSHOP - CLICK HERE for more information