One day workshops with Doug Chinnery

I will be running two one day workshops in the new year with the fantastically talented Doug Chinnery. The first will be a full day of shooting the stunning landscapes around Lands End in Cornwall on January 31st priced at £95. The trip will start with a sunrise at Porthcurno, possibly my favourite place in the U.K. A stunning location with turquoise seas and pristine white beaches. After sunrise we will head for breakfast and a review of the mornings images before heading to Lands End for the epic clifftop seascapes and arches. We will finish the day off at the stunning Porth Nanven. The itinerary is subject to changes due to weather etc but all being well, this will be the plan. There aren’t many more epic locations than this in the South West and places are already selling fast, to book a place or for more information please go to the workshops page at Doug’s site,

The second one day course will be on the 8th February on the Dorset Coast also with Doug Chinnery. We will be visiting locations such as Durdle Door, Kimmeridge, Swanage and Portland Bill. The day will again be from sunrise to sunset and breakfast will be included in the £95 price. A final itinerary will be announced soon and a meeting place around an hour before sunrise also. Again for more information or for any questions please visit the workshops section on Doug’s site

~ by Antony Spencer on December 12, 2010.

4 Responses to “One day workshops with Doug Chinnery”

  1. You deserve the competition win! Congratulations, those photos are stunning. First saw your photostream on flickr.

    I bought the landscape book yesterday for perusal and thought I recognise that name…

    Must try and book myself onto one of your courses one day- any plans for East Anglia? If so, please let me know via the flickr page I’ve put above.


  2. Howdy Tony …. Nice set of captures there .. Welcome to the blog world, I’ll be coming back often to see what stunning landscapes you are now capturing … Was awesome shooting the Esperance region earlier this week with yourself …

    Cheers Neal

  3. hi i love you photgraphy work and was wondering how you got into it, im just about taking my GCSEs and wanted to know what kind of subjects i should take.
    i also wanted to ask you what is the best angle of lighting?

    you photos are amazing

  4. Thanks for the comments guys and I’m sorry for not getting back to you, its been a mad few months!

    Neal it was amazing shooting Esperance with you, hopefully see you over here later in the year mate!

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