Sunrise: North Wall/Bull Island/High Rock
Post Production Session/Planning – Recorded Videos Provided
Sunset: South Wall
Dates: 6 March 2020
Instructors: Peter Gordon
Includes : Lunch, 2 Hrs Post Production Videos
Group Size: 7 Max (We like to keep groups small)
Level: Intermediate to Advanced
The day will start with a range of shooting opportunities at Bull island and our shoot is once again planned for a high tide. We will then move on to shoot High Rock and its amazing structure followed by the receding tide at Malahide. Our afternoon shoot will take place on South Wall where you get a unique single chimney view of Poolbeg as well as a host of other vantage points of Dublin.
Graphic structures, bathing areas, lighthouses and Poolbeg.
The post-production afternoon session will be recorded so you will go home with a video guide of Peter’s post-processing techniques.
If booking 2 Dublin Salt workshops 10% discount will be applied to balance payment
Dublin Salt : North : 5 March 2020
Why Choose ExploreLight?
Unlike most companies offering photography courses and workshops our instructors are specialist landscape and nature photographers. We represent an international standard in terms of landscape photography workshops and tours. Peter, who runs this workshop is currently Irish Pictorial Photographer of the Year and has also held the titles European and Irish Professional Photographer of the Year. Peter is a Dublin native and has been working on a project called Dublin Salt for the past 2 years. He has an intimate knowledge of Dublin locations, is the most experienced landscape photography instructor in the country, plus has tonnes of enthusiasm and an open approach to learning that he’s more than happy to share.
Costs and What’s Included
The cost of the workshop is €295. For this fee, you will receive all tuition and location guide as described above. Lunch and Room Hire for the Post Production.
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