Meet at the entrance to
GB, Cromer, Cromer Pier, NR27 9HE
Spend a day on walkabout in the Victorian town of Cromer on the North Norfolk coast with renowned rock art photographer, Nick Elliott, and learn the secrets of how to take stunning images.
Nick will teach you how develop your own individual style by opening up the way you see the subject and finding inspiration in the surroundings. Learn how to capture the very essence of the location in a truly unique way, discretely observing and photographing the subject to create beautiful pieces of art.
Whether you use the latest DSLR or a traditional film SLR, this workshop is designed to enable you to get the most from your photography, whatever your experience or equipment. And with a maximum group size of only 5, you can be assured of Nick's personal attention throughout the day.
The emphasis is on a relaxed, enjoyable, yet creatively productive day which includes time to critique the results from the day and to discuss your progress with Nick individually.
Cromer, perched on the very edge of the north Norfolk coast, is famous for its tasty crabs, wide open beaches, traditional pier and small local shops. Rich in fishing heritage, Cromer has a lighthouse, a proud tradition of RNLI.
Is there a minimum age to attend the workshop? Yes, participants must be 18 or above.
What are my transport/accommodation options for getting to and from the workshop? You are asked to organise your accommodation and transport as everyone has different requirements.
What equipment should I bring? Your camera (SLR, DSLR), optional lenses, suitable clothing and footwear.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions? Email: info@, we're always happy to help.