Landscape Workshop


Eight-day beginner landscape workshop at some of the finest picturesque locations in East of England.

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The beginner landscape workshop will run for seven days; each lesson lasts four hours. Lessons 1-3 will be held at Happisburgh Lighthouse, from which we’ll focus on equipment setup, exposure triangle, aperture, shutter speeds, ethics, attention to detail and placement of objects etc.

Workshop 4-5 will be held at Cromer Pier, where we’ll explore composition, leading lines, storytelling, symmetry, foregrounds, mid-grounds and backgrounds.

Workshops 6-7 will be held at Thornham Marsh and Felixstowe at Landguard Point, from which we’ll cover golden-hour photography, filters, mood, depth of field, focusing, architecture, storytelling, etc.

As a bonus, I’m also throwing in an extra day (for free) from which we’ll cover the post-processing of RAW files into beautiful print-worthy images at Harford Community Centre. Workshop 8 will run from 09:00 until 17:00 hrs.

J.J. Williamson, Happisburgh Lighthouse, Norfolk, Bronze Award, 2020.
J.J. Williamson, Happisburgh Lighthouse, Norfolk, Bronze Award, 2020.

This is an excellent opportunity for beginners to learn more about landscape photography at some of the finest picturesque locations in East England.

I pride myself on providing the best tuition possible. Therefore, each workshop has a limit of only seven people. If the workshop has sold out, please register your name, email and phone number here, and I’ll book you into the next available workshop. An understanding of basic photography is required for this course.


  • Workshop 1: Camera, tripod, remote shutter and filter setup.
  • Workshop 2: Location, subjects, exposure triangle, placement of objects, shutter speed.
  • Workshop 3: Ethics, grounds, rule of thirds, attention to detail, colour and light.
  • Workshop 4: Composition, storytelling, symmetry, leading lines.
  • Workshop 5: Framing, crop, long exposure.
  • Workshop 6: Low light, the golden hours, colour, expression, mood.
  • Workshop 7: Levels, golden ratio, focusing, architecture.
  • Workshop 8: A full day covering post-processing (free)


Happisburgh Lighthouse, Lighthouse Ln, Happisburgh, Norwich NR12 0PY.

Cromer Pier, Cromer NR27 9HE.

Thornham Marsh, XJ93+32, Hunstanton PE31 8BB.

Landguard Point, Felixstowe, Suffolk.

Harford Community Centre. (Post Processing from 09:00-17:00)

What you need:

  • Camera with spare batteries (or bank charger)
  • Tripod + tripod snow shoes
  • Len(s) plus camera, lens, sensor cleaning equipment
  • Graduated Neutral Density, Neutral Density and a Circular Polarizer
  • Shutter release cable or IR remote release
  • Suitable Clothing
  • Walking boots and wellingtons
  • Notepad and pen (preferably waterproof) though not essential

What’s not included:

  • Lunch
  • Drinks
  • Travel arrangements

The minimum age requirement is 17; alcohol, narcotics and vapes are prohibited in our workshops. If you are a smoker, please ensure you smoke before, or after the lesson and not on the grounds I teach. For more information, please use the contact form below. Availability times will be made public in due course.

The landscape workshop may not be suitable for photographers who rely on mobility scooters or wheelchairs or those with walking impairments; however, please stay tuned to our site for upcoming news for workshops crafted for photographers with disabilities. While we do not discriminate, we must always consider health and safety. Moreover, some of the locations we teach at do not have suitable access for wheelchair or mobility scooter users.

Please note that workshops must meet the specified number of people to cover rent and permit costs. In the improbable event we cannot run a workshop for such reasons or due to illness, bad weather or matters out of our hands; you will be notified by email and phone and offered a new date or your money back.

The Norfolk Photographer has a zero-tolerance policy regarding the use of alcohol, drugs, abuse, bullying, discrimination, racism, or hateful remarks in our workshops. We’re all in this together to learn about the craft of photography. Therefore, you will be banned from our workshops if you do not respect our code of ethics. 

Do not smoke or vape on the grounds I teach, and a polite reminder, at times, we will be working near small villages and homes; therefore, let’s respect the locals and surrounding land we tread and work on.