Mark Bauer has been a professional landscape photographer for over ten years, and his images have been published around the world. He is the author of four books and a regular contributor to the UK photographic press. He is best known for his atmospheric landscape images of the south west of England and has won numerous awards over the last few years, including the ‘International Landscape Photographer of the Year’ competition.
A former teacher and teacher trainer, not only does Mark have an in-depth knowledge of landscape photography, but also the skills to convey that knowledge to course participants. Mark is one of Manfrotto’s Local Heroes and the author of four books, including The Art of Landscape Photography, The Landscape Photography Workshop and Perfect Wiltshire.
Ross Hoddinott is one of the UK’s leading outdoor photographers. He has been working as a full time professional since 1997, supplying photographs and undertaking commissions for a wide range of publications and clients worldwide. Ross is a multi award winning photographer, including being named ‘British Wildlife Photographer of the Year’ in 2009.
Based in North Cornwall, Ross is best known for his close-up photography and evocative landscapes. He was a member of the 2020VISION photo-team – the UK’s most ambitious multi-media conservation project – and is an Ambassador for Nikon UK and one of Manfrotto’s Local Heroes. Ross is the author of seven photography books, including The Landscape Photography Workshop and The Digital Exposure Handbook – Revised.
Adam Burton is one of the UKs leading landscape photographers. Since 2008 he has been working as a full time professional landscape photographer, regularly supplying imagery and undertaking commissions for a wide range of business clients. He has photographed five of the seven continents and now specialises in the landscapes of the UK, particularly Southwest England.
Adam’s images have been published regularly in national newspapers and magazines, as well as in books, greeting cards and calendars. He has also worked for many prestigious organisations, supplying imagery and undertaking commissions for companies including British Petroleum, The AA, The Times and National Geographic. Adam has authored four books, including The South West Coast Path.