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ONE-TO-ONE AND SMALL GROUP SESSIONS FOR BEGINNERS

Ogwen Valley - Snowdonia workshop

workshops will run all year round

 PLEASE CONTACT ME FOR NEW DATES TBA 

weekdays and weekends available on request 

Full day - 7 Hrs

Half day - 3.5 Hrs

location Ogwen Valley

Start 7 am

Ogwen Car Park

https://goo.gl/maps/g2f5rCFG4gSpk1mf6

Half day £80

Full day £150

multiple bookings £100 each or £350 for 4 Clients

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NO MORE THAN 4 PERSONS PER SHOOT

On the rare occasion that severe weather conditions prevent any of the photography workshops from safely or practically going ahead, a new date may be arranged or a refund offered where a new date is not practical.

More information will be provided on booking

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Good evening , just wanted to thank you for the workshop today !! I’ve definitely benefited from being in your company today and the editing sessions was top notch !! Thank again

Snowdonia is a stunningly beautiful mountainous region in North Wales that offers a wealth of photographic opportunities. Here are some tips for photographing Snowdonia:

  1. Plan your trip: Before you head out, research the area and plan your route. Consider the time of year and weather conditions, as these will affect the lighting and accessibility of certain locations.

  2. Use a tripod: A tripod is essential for landscape photography, especially in low light conditions or when using a slow shutter speed. It will help you capture sharp, well-composed images.

  3. Experiment with different lenses: Snowdonia's rugged landscapes offer a variety of scenes, from sweeping vistas to intimate details. Experiment with different lenses to capture a range of perspectives.

  4. Use filters: Consider using filters to enhance your photos. A polarizing filter can reduce glare and deepen colors, while a neutral density filter can allow you to use a slower shutter speed in bright conditions.

  5. Look for interesting compositions: Snowdonia's landscapes offer a wealth of opportunities for interesting compositions. Look for leading lines, patterns, and contrasting textures to create dynamic images.

  6. Be prepared for the weather: Snowdonia's weather can be unpredictable, so be sure to pack warm clothing, waterproof gear, and extra batteries for your camera.

By following these tips and taking the time to explore Snowdonia's breathtaking scenery, you can capture stunning photographs that truly capture the essence of this beautiful region.

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"Thanks for a thoroughly enjoyable three days, just what the doctor ordered."

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