Photography workshops in England   led by multi award winning master photographer Glen Campbell.

The  next available English photography tour or workshop: The lake District November 2020 with more coming in the future. Master your camera and image editing skills on location.



March 18, 2019 5:01 pm Published by

Wild Light Retreat – The Lake District, England Lake District Trip summary This spring the stunningly beautiful Lake District in the north of England will provide plenty inspiration, fresh air and stunning imagery. This Lake District photo retreat will combine evening and days session with a couple of early sessions (if your an early riser) around the Central and quieter Western Lakes with a session or two at Derwent water to the north also in the mix The featured practical sessions will be around Grassmere, Rydal, Waswater, the Langdales and Coniston water. During the day we’ll make time to edit and review our work, share ideas and get creative with Photoshop and Lightroom. We’ll also explore some of the classic village locations that are full of interest, colour and texture, such as Conistion, Ambleside and Grassmere. Accommodation Your base for four nights and five days will be comfortable self catering house located as conveniently as possible to our locations. Single occupancy rooms will be the norm unless stated with our own shared facilities. Meals – for ultimate flexibility while in the field we will prepare our own group meals  and your preferences will be noted prior to the trip, we may also nip out to a local restaurant or pub for a meal. Not your usual photography workshop You’ll be one of only 4 participants on this Lake District photo retreat spending our time in the central and quieter spots where possible. Its a popular place but post Easter holidays and with some weekdays scheduled it should be a little quieter. Some low grade walking and a few short hill walks will be required but these are optional.  Plus as mentioned there are  only 4 places available for each trip, making it a more  intimate learning experience. The Learning Your guide Glen has 16 years experience as a photo educator. You’ll be immersed into the process of camera control, shot selection, composition, light quality, use of filters,  long exposures and final execution of image capture. It can be challenging photographing  in tough conditions but this can also yield some dramatic imagery when the light is at its most dynamic as the weather changes rapidly*. You can read some testimonials from previous participants here You’ll learn how to adapt and capture transient moments of wonderful light as they happen.  An introduction to aerial photography can be part of the program too if you wish to learn or are interested.    Finally in the evening we will review some of days images with the use of a high resolution projector over a cold beer or glass of wine. The Accommodation Self-catering semi – rural cottages, retreats  or small guest houses close by to our locations will ensure we can stay safe and make the most of our time whilst creating a sociable and fun environment. As with most of my trips  everyone gets their own room. Fell free to  check out some recent trip testimonials here Getting there Pick up options exact details will added shortly A.  Meet at Penrith station at 12:30 – 13:00 B. Halbeath Park and Ride near Dunfermline or Edinburgh South Gyle station located between Edinburgh  Airport and Edinburgh Haymarket station. 10:00am Trams – every 7 mins and takes 7 mins from airport or city Trains from Edinburgh Haymarket /Waverley stn frequent and takes around 10 mins*  Workshop ends Penrith station  13:30 25th April* Edinburgh Gateway / South Gyle stations 15:30*   * AlL Penrith times are flexible to a degree let me know your transport availability and eta. If you need any further information on pick up or drop off please just ask. * course content may vary slightly depending on time, location and level of group experience.


November 16, 2020 2:15 pm Published by

Jurassic Coast Photography workshop – England, UK Jurassic Coast Trip Summary 5 days to catch sea breeze and drama on this stunning  Jurassic Coast workshop in the county of Dorset on England’s south coast. This is a World Heritage listed region and  highlights include a mixture of seascapes peppered with geographical and olde world features. From rolling inland hills with castles, churches, woodland ways and villages added to the list. This workshop offers plenty of  colour both manmade and natural, evocative morning mists mixed with warm setting and rising suns over breathtaking vistas. Book your place now. Accommodation Your base for four nights and five days will be accommodation in the coastal town of Weymouth which lies central to the east and west of our main locations.  Single occupancy rooms will be the norm unless stated. Meals – for ultimate flexibility while in the field we may prepare our own group meals ( your preferences will be noted prior to the trip) and  maybe a night in a local pub to break things up. Pick up / meet up will be in Weymouth itself or nearby Bournemouth which has airport and rail connections. More information will be added soon. If you are interested in this fantastic Jurassic Coast workshop then you’re invited to get in touch and register your interest.