Spring Digital Photography - Dale Fort - 4 day residential
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About the Course
Develop your photography skills in the stunning landscapes of Pembrokeshire.
Each day we will head to different locations for short walks and, of course, lots of photography. Weather permitting one day will be spent on Skomer Island; a fantastic opportunity to photograph breeding seabirds, coastal scenery and wild flowers (boat and landing fees included). We will visit St. David's city and nearby headland for a mixture of architecture and pre-history, rock formations and coastal scenery. On the final day we will go south to limestone coastal scenery, more seabird stacks and some different coastal flowers. Prior photographic knowledge is useful to get the most out of the course, but advice and guidance will be given along the way. In the evenings we may go for short outings if the weather is kind, otherwise we can relax in the Centre with the options to have talks on photography and the natural history of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Any type of camera is suitable for this course.
John Archer-Thomson has a long association with Pembrokeshire and was previously Assistant Head of Centre at Dale Fort. His special interests include diving, photography, ecology and natural history.
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What's included in the price?
The fee includes accommodation in your own room and all your meals/refreshments. Please enquire about the fees for shared room occupancy as well as non-residential rates (tuition only).
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