Landscape Photography Workshops

Sussex Landscape Photography Workshops

I’m running a number of landscape photography workshops in Sussex for the Royal Photographic Society, this page updated frequently as new workshops become available for booking so check back here often!

Processing landscapes with Lightroom and Photoshop

Online

Thursday 4th June 10:00 – 12:00 and 13:00 – 15:00 BST

Anybody who has watched others post-processing their images will have observed how dissimilar different photographers’ approaches can be. This two-part online workshop brings together two more of our regular workshop leaders, Carmen Norman (www.carmennorman.co.uk) and Phil Bedford (https://www.philipbedford.co.uk/sussex-landscape-photographer/), who will demonstrate approaches to editing landscape images, making use of both Lightroom and Photoshop. 

The workshop will be a collaboration between Phil and Carmen, demonstrating differences and similarities in the ways in which the two applications can be used for processing, the most useful tools for editing landscapes and discussion of which application to use when.


Firle Beacon and the Ouse Valley

POSTPONED DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC – Please check the RPS website for more information.

05:00 – 14:00

A valley in the heart of the South Downs National Park, with Firle Beacon and Mount Caburn guiding the Ouse river down to the south coast. Experience the morning mists rising over the river in the early morning, with views across the beautiful rural countryside and the dynamic lines and contrast from the fall of sunlight across the downs. We’ll capture the sunrise from Firle Beacon and then tour a few viewpoints across the valley.

Firle Beacon, Firle, East Sussex

Ditchling Beacon and Cold Coombes

POSTPONED DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC – Please check the RPS website for more information.

05:30 – 14:00

Explore the spring green fields and rolling contours of the South Downs National Park with Philip Bedford. We’ll start by photographing the hills surrounding Ditchling Beacon at sunrise before walking around Stanmer Down and exploring compositions across the hills and fields. We’ll then continue around to the Kingston downs to study the light and shadow across the fields between Woodingdean and Lewes.

Check the RPS website for full details of landscape photography workshops across the UK.

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