NiSi Cornwall Workshop 21st-23rd February 2020
PRICE £495pp - Deposit of £225pp
3 days Photographic Tuition (21st - 23rd February 2020)
2 nights accommodation (21st & 22nd February 2020)
Transport between locations during workshop
Use of NiSi Filters for the whole Workshop
Breakfast, Lunch and Evening Meals and Drinks
Transport to/from workshop (we can organise a pick-up from London)
3 days / 2 nights
MAX GROUP SIZE 4
For this workshop we will visit the South-West part of Cornwall, photographing the iconic locations of:
Godrevy Lighthouse (Sunset)
St Michael's Mt (Sunrise)
Logan Rock (Sunrise)
Porth Nanven (Sunset)
Land's End (Sunset)
The Crown's Engine (Day shooting)
Join Alessio to discover the most amazing locations in the South-West part of Cornwall.
We will base our tour in the Penwith area so we can reach our locations within 30 minutes drive from our stay.
Our tour will begin at 12pm on the first day, and after a brief introduction, we will head out to our first shooting location for sunset.
Afterwards we will had back to our stay and we will start to post-process our pictures from the previous session. We will aim to go out shooting sunrises and sunsets each day, and after returning to our stay after each sunrise, we will post-process our raws, alongside with a theoretical session for planning in landscape photography and how to forecast the best weather condition available on the day.
With a maximum group number of only four participants, the chosen locations will be not crowded with tripods, so everybody will have the best POV for their compositions. I will review each participant composition and give advice on how improve it just taking few steps back or forward accordingly to the location selected.
My tour is aimed to everyone, from beginner to experienced photographers looking to just be guided to locations they never been before. My attention and support will be exclusively aimed to let you take the best light available with the best composition and learning an easy workflow to post-process your photos.
This tour will require a moderate level of fitness.
WHAT TO BRING
To let you to get the most out of the workshop please bring the following camera gear:
DSLR, wide angle lenses and memory cards
Spare batteries (charged up!)
Filters (Complete sets of NiSi filters will be available for you to use throughout the workshop should you require them)
As we will be spending our time outside in exposed locations please wear (or bring) suitable clothing. We suggest the following:
Hat and gloves