Our workshops focus on how to use your camera, not what camera you have, but an digital SLR or equivalent mirrorless with a manual mode will allow you to really take control of your settings and get the most out the workshop.

BESPOKE & ONE TO ONE

The lesson/tour will be tailored to you needs, we can happily work with whatever camera you have, from a compact upwards.

ONE DAY WORKSHOPS

For one day workshops we like to try and take some control of your camera settings, so a Digital SLR or equivalent mirrorless with a manual mode is best. You are still welcome to join us if you only have a compact camera.

You would ideally bring:

  • DSLR or mirrorless camera with a manual mode
  • A standard or zoom lens
  • An full charged battery and ideally a spare
  • Memory card with plenty of space

Additional gear (not necessary, but helpful)

  • A sturdy tripod
  • A telephoto lens
  • Filters for landscape photography – click here

WEEKEND WORKSHOPS & TOURS

For weekend workshops and tours you will need a DSLR or mirrorless camera with a manual mode, and ideally, a sturdy tripod, to get the most out of the workshop.

Minimum gear requirements:

  • DSLR or mirrorless camera with a manual mode
  • At least 1 extra battery and your charger
  • Minimum of 16gb of memory cards.
  • A zoom lens or selection of lenses, to cover from wide angle 24mm (18mm on a cropped sensor camera) to short telephoto 80mm (50mm on a cropped sensor camera)
  • A sturdy tripod

Additional gear (not necessary, but helpful):

  • A longer telephoto of 200mm+
  • A macro lens
  • Filters for landscape photography – click here
  • You do not need to have a computer for weekend workshops, but it is recommend that participants bring a laptop if they have one, to download and review there images during downtime.