Norfolk Sunset Photography workshop
Saturday 25th February 2023
The Norfolk Sunset Photography workshop is a great opportunity for you to learn the essentials for shooting sunset on the stunning Norfolk coastline and surrounding Norfolk Broads areas.
The day starts with shooting the big Norfolk skies at 12:30 pm and finishes at one of the region’s many epic locations for a sunset shoot.
As always we take you to the best locations and give you the guidance to quickly improve your composition and technical ability.
The scenery will be changing constantly resulting in you getting a variety of shots throughout the session
The workshop will start at 12:30 pm and will finish at 5:30 pm after sunset.
We will be stopping somewhere for a coffee along the way.
Throughout the session, we will discuss what equipment to use for landscape photography and how to use it correctly.
You will use and get hands-on experience with filters used for landscape photography and how to use them correctly and what filters to use to create certain effects
We will discuss editing techniques and even cover a little bit of editing while still out in the field.
Other workshop details
Norfolk Sunset Photography workshop Location
The workshop will start somewhere on the stunning North Norfolk Coast at a given location closer to the date
You will be responsible for your own travel to the workshop start point.
Equipment for the Norfolk Sunset Photography workshop
What you will need to bring along :
Memory cards with sufficient space for a day’s photography.
Wide-angle or standard lens.
Tripod. Remote shutter release.
Filters for landscapes
For our tutors Dibs’s and Duncan’s own work they only use the market-leading Formatt Hitech Filters, and fully appreciate photography can be an expensive passion, so with this in mind.
We will supply you with the filters and adapters for you to try out during the session, this gives you the best opportunity to see exactly what you will get for your money should you then invest in a kit.
But best of all, this is a great opportunity for you to see what type of filters you prefer for your style of photography, again things we will explore throughout the session.
We can advise you on what kit to get as it can be a little daunting looking at what you may or may not need.
We also have a discount code for buying filters, just apply DIBSM10 or DARNOLD10 at the checkout of the Formatt Hitech site. If you have any questions about what setups to look into purchasing feel free to ask
Suitable warm clothing and footwear. We cannot guarantee the weather and the locations will include walking on unmade muddy pathways.
This workshop is suitable for beginner photographers.
You will need a moderate fitness level for this workshop as participants will be walking on undulating terrain and you will be carrying your own equipment for up to 20 minutes at a time.
Booking is confirmed once full payment has been received via our checkout system.
You will receive an email 2 days before the start date of the workshop, this is to confirm the starting location because we need to plan and amend finer details. Please keep an eye on your spam folder as sometimes the first email we send you can end up in there
Up to 4 weeks prior to the event, you will receive a full refund less the administration fees incurred.
Within the 4-week period prior to the event, we will not unfortunately be able to issue a refund.
We reserve the right to cancel the workshop due to adverse weather or low ticket sales, a full refund or booking onto the amended date will be offered in this case
Please also note
The locations we visit unfortunately will require the purchase of a car park ticket. Please make sure you have adequate change.
Please bring along food and drink, sensible footwear for walking on unpaved pathways and suitable clothing.
Don’t forget to charge your batteries. Make sure that you have sufficient space on your memory cards for a day’s shooting.
We very much look forward to meeting you on the day.
Through The Lens Workshops
2023-02-25 – Norfolk Sunset landscape Photography workshop – February