- What will I learn?
- The workshop at a glance
- Example pictures
- Is this workshop for me?
1 – What will I learn?
The What You Need To Do Next photography workshop is broadly based around three activities:
- Taking pictures in beautiful North Devon.
- Reviewing where you are now photographically
- Explore where you want to go with your photography
2 – The what to do next photography workshop at a glance
Dates and Times
4 nights / 5 days
Starting in the afternoon on the 5 December and concluding in the afternoon on the 9 December 2019
Included in the cost
- Discover new directions for your photography
- Dramatic Hartland Quay – North Devon
- 4 nights B&B in a single room at the Hartland Quay Hotel
- A free copy of the ABC of CameraWork Manual worth £25
- Transport on the workshop
Excluded from the cost
Transport to Devon, evening meals, drinks, refreshments, entrance charges
Joining Instructions regarding location and time will be emailed to you approximately two weeks before the workshop.
Our base in the Hartland Quay hotel is a great location to experience this wild coastline. From the clear, calm, blue seas to the raging fury of the huge breakers crashing with their full force against this tiny headland, there is nowhere in the British Isles more spectacular to visit.
The price includes a single room and breakfast. Double occupancy rooms are not included and attract an additional charge of £35 per night, please contact Andy if you require a double room.
You may be interested in booking a session of 121 Post-processing Tuition to enable you to get the most from the Introduction to Composition Workshop.
Frequently Asked Questions
Please go to our frequently asked questions page for more information
We will travel together to our selected photo locations in my large estate car. There is plenty of room for camera bags and tripods.
Once you become a client, part of the package is unlimited email support. If you have a question, please email me firstname.lastname@example.org
3 – Tutorials
“Do you need some inspiration where to go next with your development as a first-rate photographer?”
In the “What you need to next” photography workshop there are tutorials looking at finding individual answers to questions such as:
1 What do your pictures say now?
2 What do you want your pictures to say in the future?
3 How to nourish and nurture your creativity
4 The characteristics of a good photograph
5 The features of a great photographer
4 – Examples of genres and medium
Elizabeth Restall ARPS and Malcolm Rea
“I found the course in N Devon very gratifying, exhilarating even; you packed a lot into just 4 days. A tolerant and patient approach is always welcome, and, for me, you smoothed the transition between from being told what to do to thinking for oneself seamlessly.
Perhaps the pace, in that wild weather, was a tad too robust for me, but I’ll know how to adjust for future courses. No problem.”
Malcolm Rea – Bristol
5 – Is this photography workshop for me?
Having somebody to sound off is a great idea when you need a little help to point you in a new direction. This photography workshop is all about considering new ideas and potential directions to take your photography.
Without a period of retreat in the Learning-Zone, your photographic practice will stagnate, progress will slow down and may even stop.
As a passionate photographer, you know the benefit of seeking help from experts with real practical knowledge and skills. Here is a chance to review where you are now and generate new exciting avenues to explore as you progress.
When you are ready to book, return to the top of the page
Making your best, even better
Andy Beel FRPS