Experience the wonderful scenery and history of this photographers’ paradise!
Dates: 6-9 March 2015
Cost: £750 per person (inclusive of all tuition, meals and accommodation but exclusive of travel to and from our hotel base in Anglesey).
Anglesey is an island off the north west coast of Wales. Being the largest Welsh island and the largest in the Irish Sea, it boasts a wonderful coastline with birdlife and lighthouses galore! Numerous megalithic monuments and menhirs testify to the island’s ancient human history. All of this makes for exciting photographic opportunities.
We will spend most of our time exploring the coast from our base in Trearddur Bay on Holy Island, but there will be opportunities to focus on other subjects, depending on the interests of participants. Locations include the South Stack Cliffs, South Stack Lighthouse, Trearddur Bay, Standing Stones and Aberffraw.
This blog post gives some idea of the potential photographic subjects on the island.
When you have booked your trip Adriaan will contact you to discuss your level of photographic experience, your objectives for the weekend and what equipment may be useful to bring along.
Over the weekend Adriaan will be on hand to provide advice on location (if and when required), and you will also have the option to participate in photography feedback sessions. During these sessions he can provide one-to-one support to address any areas of difficulty or uncertainty, to advise on composition, etc.
Places are limited to four (4) participants so please book early. A few places are available for