Come and join me, Melvin Nicholson, and my co-workshop leader Demi Oral as we spend three days photographing some stunning views on this dedicated Peak District photography workshop. I have chosen Derbyshire based landscape photographer Demi Oral to co-lead this workshop due to his extensive knowledge and experience in photographing the Peak District. Demi shall bring many skills to this workshop, and I am delighted to have his company for three days as we visit some of the Peak District’s most spectacular locations.
We have chosen several fantastic locations that will provide some wonderful opportunities to photograph the landscape that the Peak District possesses including the unique and stunning 350 million year old gritstone rocks and boulders. We will shoot three sunrise and three sunset sessions during this workshop providing you with numerous opportunities to capture some stunning images.
Demi and I shall provide you with the experience of photographing the rising sun over the millstones at Stanage Edge, the iconic Kit Kat Stones at Higger Tor as well as Mam Tor. Also misty mornings at the wooded ravine of Padley Gorge, a woodland area of gently flowing streams, tumbling waterfalls, and ancient oak and birch trees. Not to mention sunsets over Curbar Edge looking down Hope Valley plus a host of other locations including a couple of hidden gems too.
Our accommodation for the three nights will be the Premier Inn at Chesterfield West. This hotel has been selected not only for its excellent reviews and quality service but also because it is wonderfully located for the locations that we shall be visiting during the workshop.
All in all, there is something for everyone on this three day, three night workshop. Places are limited to eight, and there is free return transport available from Preston in my Mercedes minibus if required (max seven seats available). I hope you can join Demi and me for what will be a fantastic three days in the UK’s oldest national park.
P.S. This workshop will involve a reasonable amount of hiking up and down on undulating terrain. You must have a good level of fitness and mobility to attend.