In the far southwest of England, an untouched landscape with rugged cliffs, imposing surf and coastal vegetation that blossoms beautifully in spring awaits us. These are all perfect conditions for creative long exposures. In addition, we will learn about exciting image composition and optimal exposure control. The focus of this trip is on photography by the sea, at low tide and of course in the best light at dawn and dusk. We will show you how to create impressive effects of water and waves with long exposures.
In Dartmoor National Park we explore ancient, fairytale forests, gorgeous waterfalls and moss-covered and fern-lined streams. When the weather is right, we will create photos with a mystical atmosphere.
All locations have been extensively scouted. We know the exact times of high and low tide and which location is the most interesting, depending on the tide and time of day. So we can take you to the most promising locations and always count on optimal light conditions.
creative long exposures and detail photography on the beaches of the southwest coast of England
enjoy the sea air, the wind in your hair and the gigantic view from the cliffs to the Atlantic Ocean
landscape photography and seascapes to the best light conditions
charming fishing villages, small harbours with rowboats, lighthouses and ruins of old tin mines along the coasts
dreamlike ancient forests, moss-covered streams and waterfalls in fresh greenery
the typical English countryside with small houses and farms, meadows, pastures and forests
What features this journey?
8 days (7 nights) on location in Cornwall and surroundings
2400 Euro in a double room including breakfast (single room on request)
daily workshops with experienced photo trainer Daniel Spohn and landscape photographer & guide André Wandrei
high individual learning success due to small groups (max. 5 persons per trainer)
supported with tripods and filter systems from Rollei
travel insurance certificate from Karawane Reisen GmbH & Co.KG
What should you bring along?
camera with interchangeable lenses, e.g. SLR or mirrorless camera (MFT or bridge camera)
a stable tripod!
lenses from wide angle to telephoto (recommended 14 to 200mm)
polarising filter and grey filter!
full batteries, empty memory cards, charger
if you are not yet familiar with the operation of your camera, it is an advantage to take the camera manual with you (We cannot know all cameras of all manufacturers)
you are healthy and can walk for 20 minutes with your photo backpack.