Deirdre Huston, guidebook author and landscape photographer is running a series of Photography Pathways courses and guided walks in association with the National Trust.
Choose from 14 morning or evening courses in beautiful National Trust countryside across East and West Sussex. Explore rich landscapes like Birling Gap with your camera whilst developing your technical skills and self-expression through simple creative exercises. Thereʼs something for all photographers from beginners to die-hard fanatics, from families to friends.
- Time with the family - photographic scavenger hunt at Cissbury Ring or the chance to capture the moment in stunning landscape. Short guided walks. All ages welcome.
- For you and your friends - fancy capturing the warm light of a coastal sunset after work before a drink on the beach at East Head sand dunes? Or would you like to experience the crisp softness of a dawn shoot as the sun rises over Devilʼs Dyke? Optional hikerʼs campsite available.
- Bafﬂed by buttons? Then try our step-by-step guide to getting to grips with camera controls, using colour, composition and understanding how light affects your images.
Deirdre is the author and photographer of Day Walks on the South Downs, Cycling days Out South-East England and best-selling Cycling in Sussex, all with Vertebrate Publishing. She is currently researching “Walking in Sussex,” a guide to shorter walks with nature and literary interest. She recently enjoyed judging a Sussex wildlife photography competition.
Deirdre says, “ Thereʼs always something new to learn in photography and there are so many captivating places waiting to be discovered in Sussex. Photography Pathways is here to give you the best of both.”
For further information, telephone 01273 844404 or visit Deirdre's website.
Published 12th June 2012
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