Spring photography courses!

Photography workshops in April

My programme of spring photography courses have got underway, April seeing me run two events, on the 8th and 22nd. The first was run on behalf of the Royal Photographic Society and covered Jurassic Coast landscapes in and around Lyme Regis, Dorset. The second course was one of my own events, covering architectural and travel photography in and around Exeter, Devon.

Everyone seemed to have a good time throughout the two days, with the weather cooperating with some great sunshine for both events. Quite a miracle! So, good light, great subject matter, and we had the perfect set of factors for two whole days of photography. The only glitch was the struggle to park in Lyme Regis, which rather disrupted the course for a little while.

A sample of the images I shot during the two events is now up on the website, so feel free to take a tour of those. To see images from these two courses (and from a couple of last year’s events) click here….>

Upcoming photography courses

I have two photography courses coming up in May, Exmoor in Spring (6th May) and Dartmoor in Spring (20th May), but as it happens both of these are now fully booked.

There are, however, spaces still on the three workshops coming up in June. These are:

Coastal landscapes and wild flowers, 10th June, around Braunton, in the Taw/Torridge River estuary, north Devon. For details click here…>

The fundamentals of camera handling and image composition, 17th June, in and around Brixham, south Devon. For details click here…>

Garden and flower photography, 24th June, in a garden near Exeter, Devon. For details click here…>

Naturally I really hope you like what you see here and decide to come along on one or other of the courses. I’ll look forward to hearing from you!

Wild Southwest: What the Press are Saying

My latest book Wild Southwest: the landscapes and wildlife of southwest England, has been doing quite well since its publication in October. We’re certainly getting some very good reviews in the press, particularly in southwest England, not surprisingly.

A double page spread from Devon Life magazine

I’ve put together a collection of some of the reviews on our website, so to see these click here…>

Naturally, I hope you’ll like what you see. Wild Southwest is widely available through all good bookshops. In southwest England it is stocked by all branches of WH Smith and Waterstones. Online you can buy it on Amazon or click here…>

Aquaterra Publishing is my own publishing company, which published Wild Southwest.

A double page spread from the Western Morning News

The included images are sample spreads from Devon Life magazine and the Western Morning News.