Norfolk Broads & Beaches
£675.00 | 20th - 22nd November, 2019 | Fully BookedJoin the Waiting List
If you wish to get away from the crowds at better known photographic destinations, then Norfolk is the place for you. North Norfolk is blessed with a huge variety of locations and subject matter from traditional windmills and broads to ruined churches, castles and abbeys. Norfolk's big moody skies and dramatically eroding and varied coast offer the photographer plenty of opportunity to explore the landscape and challenge themselves and their photographic creativity.
During this three-day landscape workshop we will be staying at The Beechwood Hotel in the north Norfolk town of North Walsham, which is just a short drive from many of our locations. Agatha Christie was a frequent guest when it was a private residence and she would spend time here writing in the summer house. Now a privately-owned hotel, it has comfortable rooms full of character and is renowned for its good food.
During the Norfolk workshop you will be under the guidance of two of the UK’s leading landscape photographers, Mark Bauer and Jeremy Walker. The group size will be a maximum of ten people, with Mark and Jeremy on hand to give plenty of individual attention, tuition and guidance.
November is an excellent time of the year to shoot the Norfolk landscape and coast. With autumn all but over, and winter approaching, there is great potential for dramatic conditions - perhaps a touch of frost, or even a wisp of mist enveloping a long abandoned ruined palace, or perhaps a classic Norfolk 'Big Sky' full of mood and drama towering over a classic Norfolk windmill.