Three Day Cornwall Workshop

19th February 2016
This week I have been an a Dawn to Dusk Workshop in Cornwall and what a week it was. After all of the recent storms and a forecast that had been changing daily, those of us on the workshop were treated to one amazing sunrise, two amazing sunsets and only a few spots of rain while we were on location. We were amazingly lucky!

The course was run by Mark Bauer and Ross Hoddinott, two amazing photographers who pitch the course at the correct level for all of the participants. If you have an interest in Landscape Photography and want to learn more it is well worth attending one of their courses. In my opinion the courses are good value and I can guarantee you will come away with some great advice on how to improve your photography. And they can also talk about football and rugby!

After a meet and greet session we went to Porth Nanven on the north coast of Cornwall. I had never heard of Porth Nanven but as we approached it, I realised I had been to Porth Nanven before. We had taken a holiday in Cornwall last year and we had walked the coast path straight past Porth Nanven.

The location is a smallish bay and full of large stones, which are fairly easy to walk over. You just have to make sure you walk on the large flat ones!

Once the large stones had been negotiated I set up on a very large flat stone. The tripod was nice and steady and safe. The tide was on it's way in so I had to be careful and watch the waves as they came in.

The group was treated to a lovely sunset and we went from the first location very happy. More to follow.

Below is one of the first photograph's I took at Porth Nanven.

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