Saturday 6th October - Saturday 13th October 2018
- 6 Places Only -
Join Karl Mortimer and I on a week long (7 night / 6 day) photographic masterclass situated right next to the stunning beauty of Snowdonia, on the doorstep of one of the most impressive slate quarries in the country and a stones’ throw from the varied coastline of Anglesey. Photography shall take place, weather permitting, from Sunday 7th to Friday 12th October inclusive.
We will be staying in a luxury 8 bedroom chapel, recently converted, that sports tall windows with stunning views of the local mountains, modern amenities to keep us entertained during any downtime, including table tennis and fussball tables, and a sauna to ease any aching limbs. This property has been voted one of the best in the country and we are lucky to secure the booking.
Each participant shall have their own double or twin room (en-suite) on a single occupancy basis and the price of the workshop includes all breakfasts and evening meals (up to 3 x meals out and 4 x homecooked meals (please indicate any dietary requirements when booking. Sorry, Alcohol is excluded)).
As a general rule we’ll be avoiding most of the roadside honeypot locations and exploring deeper into the heart of Snowdonia, so participants are expected to be reasonably mobile, however, that doesn’t mean you have to be super fit either. This is a workshop that will suit most people. As we have 6 days together there will be opportunity for rest and relaxation, during which we can turn our attention to processing (we will have a 5K 27” iMac with us to run Lightroom post-processing) as well as offering general critique sessions. We’ll also set out a number of projects for you to shoot during the week in addition to you shooting in your regular style, in order to help you broaden your artistic horizons. There will be a combination of sunrise shoots, sunset shoots, high level photographic walks, visits to impressive Cwm’s, raging mountain rivers, varied autumnal woodland, and exposed coastline. This is really a workshop that should tick every box.
Single occupancy in a Double or Twin room for 7 nights.
All breakfasts and dinners (a combination of at least 3x café and 4x buffet continental breakfasts and 3x Restaurant/Pub and 4x homecooked dinners)
Travel when on the workshop
All tuition and guiding
All meals not mentioned herein
Travel to and from the workshop
(Deposit of £300 due on booking and full balance by 25/08/2018 OR a Deposit of £150 due on booking and 6x instalments of £200 due at intervals through 2018, or as otherwise arranged)
About the workshop leaders
Greg Whitton – Greg is an award winning and well respected UK landscape photographer. In 2014 he won the title of Outdoor Photographer of the Year and in the following year won the Live the Adventure category of the same competition. In addition to other notable successes in competitions such as Landscape Photographer of the Year and Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year, he has been published in a number of photographic magazines and is the author of ‘Mountainscape’ published by Triplekite. Greg has been running workshops across the UK for 3 years and prides himself as one of the few workshop leaders that will competently lead clients to less often visited locations in order to get away from the crowds and allow participants to experience the true beauty of the landscape.
Greg shoots with a hybrid system consisting of Sony digital cameras and Canon.
Karl Mortimer - Karl is a photographer who typically seeks out the quieter, more intimate views of the landscape. He brings a wealth of experience as both a coach and educator to his teaching of workshop participants, along with his own observations, hint and tips unique to his style of landscape photography.
Success in competitions such as Landscape Photographer of the Year as well as published articles in various magazines has raised his profile significantly in recent years and allowed him to explore the meaning of what he shoots and why he takes photographs. Karl is a native Welshman and loves nothing more than to show off his wonderful country to photographers keen to explore the welsh landscape.
Karl shoots with a combination of Fuji, Canon and Sony systems, utilising the best system for the results he wants to achieve.