A Landscape Workshop With Gary Gough.
A weekend of landscape photography including a day with popular photographic tutor Gary Gough
Following the success of last year’s Snowdonia Landscape Weekend, we’re doing the same but this time, we’re heading for the Lake District.
Our trip includes 2 nights B&B, all single room occupancy at a local Premier Inn, 6 to 8 hours of a Landscape workshop with Gary Gough, another optional day of photography. The cost is just £200 per person. To join one of Gary Gough’s workshops would normally cost you £300 alone.
The itinerary (subject to change): -
Friday 18th of October
From 17:00 Arrive at Hotel, enjoy and evening meal followed by drinks and potential photographic based activity.
Saturday 19th of October
Awake, get some Breakfast and head out to meet Gary Gough in Keswick for around Midday. Gary will take us to a few locations, offer help and support with a finale at a super location for a sunset. Again, with more help and advice from Gary and his friendly manner of teaching. Then it’s back to the hotel for food and drinks.
Sunday 20th of October
Up for breakfast and then we have the Lakes to explore. Alternatively, you can grab a sunrise before Breakfast. If you’re all tuckered out, you can shoot straight home. Like last time I’ll research a number of options for photography for this day if you're looking for inspiration.
Not included in the cost are all other meals and travel. Do not book onto this workshop unless you have arranged your travel, this is your responsibility. To reserve a place pay in full or a £100 deposit to our treasurer. All money is non-refundable but there is likely to be a waiting list and if the club can sell your place it will transfer fees back to you. There is no guarantee and is offered as best endeavour. The trip should be paid in full by no later than the 20th of July. To reserve a place hand the minimum of the £100 deposit to the treasurer along with a form that the treasurer has waiting for you.
There are limited places, get in quick!
Oh! And check out Gary Gough's landscape photography here