Total cost: £255 including lunch and refreshments.
The coast near Rye in East Sussex offers tremendous variety for photographers. Camber Sands has vast, shifting sands backed by towering dunes. Rye Harbour is known for its iconic red roofed hut but there is so much more to it, including old pill boxes, and an unusual and imposing sea wall. Meanwhile, the long storm beach at Winchelsea is scattered with interesting wooden sea defences, worn over the years into sculptural forms. Rachael shoots here often and she will lead this workshop, choosing the locations best suited to the conditions on the day. There is plenty of scope for practising long-exposure photography, for capturing more abstract or detailed shots or for traditional, wide-angled vistas. As always, a small group size (maximum four) means that the workshop can be tailored to your individual interests and experience. Over lunch, there will also be a chance to look at some editing techniques and an opportunity for image review.
You will need to get to the start of the tour, near Rye on the East Sussex coast (exact location to be confirmed a few days before the tour), under your own steam and, while COVID restrictions or high numbers of infections remain, we will ask that you also use your own car to drive between locations if at all possible. This is quite straightforward and we haven't lost anyone yet!
One of the locations requires a 1-mile (round trip) walk (mostly on level ground). There are short stretches of shingle beach to be negotiated at all locations and, depending on the recent weather, some of these may be steeply banked.
To secure your place on the workshop, we take an £100 deposit payable via PayPal now (no PayPal account needed). Please select the date from the dropdown menu above and click the 'add to basket' link. Four weeks before the workshop, we require the balance of £155 which is payable via Bank Transfer. You will receive instructions by email.