Total cost: £255 including lunch and refreshments.
There has been a settlement at Worthing in West Sussex since the Bronze Age. In the 18th century, it became a Georgian seaside resort and much of its architecture dates from this time. Although a lively resort in Summer, Worthing is peaceful at other times of year and we often have the beach to ourselves. The well-kept pier, our first location on this tour, was built in the 19th century and remodelled in the 1930s. We will have opportunities to capture wide and close shots of the pier, the sea and the beach.
Subsequent locations will depend on the conditions on the day but are likely to include areas of beach in Goring and Ferring that offer huts, fishing boats and jetties. After a hearty pub lunch (included) we will head further west towards Littlehampton’s West Beach. Part of a Local Nature Reserve and a Site of Special Scientific Interest, this beach is one of the least developed coastal areas in the county. Rachael rode on this beach every week throughout her teens and knows it well. We will stay here until sunset so there will be plenty of time and space to explore the extensive beach and work on finding your own compositions.
This workshop is led by Rachael and it is predominantly landscape and seascape orientated. If you use ND filters, bring them along as the locations chosen are perfect for practising long exposure photography.
You will need to get to the start of the workshop, in Worthing (exact location to be confirmed a few days before the workshop), 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!
This is not a particularly strenuous workshop and we are able to park reasonably close to all the locations. 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.