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16th - 18th October 2020

Deposit  £200

*Workshop Itinerary

Day 1 - We will meet in Eastbourne at 12.00pm and check-in to the local accommodation. A team lunch in central Eastbourne will give me the opportunity to run through the full itinerary of this long exposure workshop and allow others to get to know each other. After lunch we head to the coast where we start the process of shooting with Neutral Density filters and Anthony will offer invaluable advice in achieving the best results. We will explore 2-3 locations close to base and finish the day with a sunset shoot as Eastbourne Pier.

Day 2 - An early start at Camber Sands should offer some excellent morning light which will add texture to the rippled sandy beach and majestic dunes that flank the beach front. We will continue to search for compositions around Rye Harbour and Winchelsea Beach and prior to lunch head to Dungeness to explore the famous fishing boats. After Fish and Chips in Eastbourne and dependant on time, we will then head to Birling Gap and the Seven Sisters to catch the afternoon sun on those famous white cliffs finishing at 4pm.

Day 3 - We start the final day at the famous Brighton Beach and hope for some spectacular morning light. We then make our way along the coast heading East towards New Haven, Coastguard Cottages and The Seven Sisters. All these locations are almost designed for long exposure photography and offer a multitude of compositions. If we're lucky, we might get some heavy seas at New Haven! We head back to base for a pub lunch and end the day with an editing masterclass, that will include - editing styles, processing, sharpening techniques, cloning and the opportunity to talk through Anthony's edit style. 


*Full timing itinerary to be provided 4 weeks prior to workshop.


Workshop Focus

  • Long Exposure Technique

  • Composition techniques 

  • Scene / surroundings selection

  • Camera settings including histogram, exposure triangle etc

  • Depth of field and focus

  • Using filters in field

  • Reading the light


Camera Equipment

Digital SLR or Mirrorless camera with manual adjustment mode (ideally 20 megapixels or more)

Interchangeable lenses (wide angle and standard zoom)

Replaceable batteries and memory cards


Filters and holder (ND and Gradient) - 6 stop and 10 stop ND Filters are a must

Meeting point to be provided

Start: 16th October 2020 End: 18th October 2020



16th Oct 12pm - sunset

17th Oct sunrise - 4pm

18th Oct sunrise - 3pm


Course Fees

With 3* Accommodation - £745 incl. VAT

Without Accommodation - £595 incl. VAT

Deposit £200 incl. VAT (deposit amount stays the same)

General Info

Three day photography workshop with fine art photographer Anthony Lamb. On the go breakfast and sit down lunch is included on both days. Transport during the workshop is also included. Leading photography advice from two internationally acclaimed fine art photographers. Not included in the price are flights to UK, visa, insurance, getting to the meeting point and food other than the above.

Sturdy footwear and suitable clothing is required. Although the course does not include any difficult hiking routes, a prerequisite for participating in the course is a medium level of physical fitness. We assume no liability in the event of any accident. The course takes place in all weather conditions. The course provider assumes no liability for any damage to the camera or photo equipment or persons during the workshop, it is up to the participate to seek their own travel insurance. Nature and landscape conservation is important, so please take this into account during our excursions.

COVID-19: If the workshop is unable to go ahead due to circumstances relating to COVID-19, a full refund will be issued. The decision will be based on national health authorities and government guidelines and restrictions.