Photography Workshop: Landscape, Trees and Plants Froggatt Edge
Join photographer Fran Halsall for a workshop at Froggatt Edge, among the most famous of the Peak District’s sandstone escarpments. Weather beaten rocks framed by heather and birch-dominated woodland, make this among the top photographic locations in the Dark Peak. And late summer is the best time to catch the moorland plants at their most vibrant.
This workshop is suitable for all levels, although it is expected that you will at least have some familiarity with how your camera works. Please bring the camera instruction manual with you in any case. Digital notes on camera functionality, lighting and composition will be available to download upon completion of the course.
There will be plenty of time to ask questions and enjoy learning more about achieving the best results for fabulous shots of our beautiful countryside.
The workshop involves a circular walk of around 2 miles. Please note that the walk is relatively flat and easy going on footpaths – although these may be uneven in parts.
Meeting Point: Froggatt Edge. Park free at SK25537751 – where we will meet. Additional paid parking is available at Haywood National Trust car park SK25557777. If parked at SK25537751 the route is fairly easy going and flat – once up on the edge itself after a short and moderate ascent. Please note that it is an uphill climb from the pay and display car park.
To find out more about award winning landscape photographer Fran Halsall please follow the link: Fran Halsall