Lush and green with plenty of wildflowers, summer is a wonderful time to photograph the waterways of the Broads. On this workshop we will be concentrating on photographing at least two or three different mills, some maybe complete and some maybe derelict. We will also look at taking images of local landmarks such as the ruined St Benet’s Abbey along with the opportunity to photography traditional sailing boats and if we are really lucky a traditional Norfolk Wherry.
The extensive range of this workshop allows those who have a limited amount of time to experience a great day out with other like-minded photographers whilst having the benefit of a professional photographer to mentor you throughout. A day out with others, the camera, enjoying the surroundings of stunning landscapes and engaged in the technical and artistic challenges, all these ingredients can inspire any photographer. Why not join Helen on this summers workshops (with a maximum of 4 participants to allow me to spend quality time with you all). Beginners and intermedite level photographers welcome -with no more than 20 min walking to any location. Transport will be in our own vehicles, although Helen can often pick people up and drop them off at, or close to our start location if required. Sunset is around 7pm and so we will start around 1pm (TBC nearer the time).
Should you wish to cancel once payment has been made Helen Storer Photography cannot provide a refund. However, should Helen need to cancel due to unforeseen circumstances, a full refund will be given. Weather conditions - If the weather is bad on the day of the shoot another date will be arranged.
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