Peak District

The Peak District National Park is the jewel of Middle England, located in the middle of the UK and extending from Ashbourne in the South to near Huddersfield in the North. With varying landscapes it is picture postcard rolling green hills, trees and deer in Edensor, home to Chatsworth House, to rugged rocky inland cliffs or ridges, created from the last Ice Age. High views over deep valleys give the impression of remoteness and being on top of the world.

A perfect location all year round, in Spring/Summer lush greenery from fern covered hills and the spectacle of the purple heather is replaced in Autumn by brown bracken, with frost and snow in Winter.

Group Workshops in the Peak District will include the chance to shoot from high on Stanage Edge, Higger Tor, and will also include the opportunity to capture stunning waterfalls in a variety of locations.

All group workshops are small, usually 4 people. This enables me to provide 1-to-1 tuition to all attendees to help you obtain great images and learn the photographic process from camera technique to composition. A range of Nisi Filters will be available for use, along with tripods if required.
Full Day £95
Peaks Image Panel 1
Monsal Weir / Mill Stones, Stanage Edge / Sunset from Bamford Edge
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Itinerary Panel
Please use ‘Check Dates’ above. Itinerary may change depending on time of year, and weather.
Meeting Point – Hathersage, Derbyshire, 10am.
After meeting and a short introduction we will travel the short distance to the first location.

Higger Tor
This is an easy to access location with a very short walk. With some stunning views over the Hope Valley, endless possibilities of compositions and a number of outstanding features, Shelter Rock, KitKat Stones and Carl Wark. This is the perfect place for your introduction to the Peak District, and gives me the chance to get to know you and your abilities.

Wyming Brook
A 10 minute drive and a short walk will take us to the magical Wyming Brook. The perfect place to practice waterfall shots, it has many features to explore, with small dramatic waterfalls cascading over ledges. Hidden in a deep gorge Wyming Brook can be shot in any weather.

Lunch Break in Hathersage for 45 minutes

Baslow Edge
A 20 minute drive will take us to Baslow edge where we will shoot dramatic images over the valley looking towards Curbar Edge. After this if time permits we will visit another water location.

Stanage Edge
Return to Stanage Edge near Hathersage. Stanage is the most famous ridge in the Peaks, some 3 miles long and with some outstanding features. We will shoot the 600yo Mill Stones before ascending to the top where we will shoot various compositions whilst preparing for your final sunset image.
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Clockwise: Millstone on Curbar Edge / Waterfall Wyming Brook / Kitkat Stones on Higger Tor / Curbar Edge from Baslow Edge / Owler Tor