A hybrid online / on-location workshop for 6 participants led by Alex Hare. Tickets will go on sale on 15 April.
JMW Turner spent much time painting Kent’s maritime culture (the famous ‘Fighting Temeraire’ being just one example) and he famously remarked that Thanet ‘had the loveliest skies in all of Europe.’ With Turner’s beautiful words (and work) in mind, it also makes for a perfect place for contemporary outdoor photography.
This workshop will explore the fascinating seascapes, shipwrecks and marshland on the River Medway, the Isle of Sheppey and the north Kent Coast.
Your tutor, local landscape pro Alex Hare, is the author of forthcoming Fotovue title ‘Photographing Kent’ and he will present a full itinerary for you of all the highlights he has discovered in this area together with references to Turner’s work.
Alex will focus on identifying the locations of various shipwrecks and planning when to be there at the best time, exploring the lesser known north Kent marshes and water pools and the seascapes from the Isle of Sheppey.
With information on parking details, local amenities and photography planning logistics, this work shop will enable you to plan and explore some new landscapes with Turner’s work to aid your ideas and inspiration.
Following the workshops, Alex will be available for one-to-one tuition on any aspect of fine art photography at an additional cost. Times and dates to be arranged individually.
Ticket prices for this event include a £2 carbon offsetting charge. For more information click here.
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