Photography and Light

Les Wilcockson Photography
Peak District Photography Training Courses

What to bring on the day:

Obvious really, but don’t forget your camera!
Spare batteries if you have them and maybe a plug-in battery charger just in case!
Plenty of storage media, compact flash, SD cards or whatever storage card your particular camera uses.
A camera bag or case to keep your camera dry as much as possible whilst we are out.
If you'd like to bring a tripod on this course then do, however if you don't own one don't feel you have to buy one especially for the course. I usually have one with me so you'll be welcome to make use of it whenever you wish.
We have no control over the weather (wish we did!) so, please ensure you come well prepared with robust walking shoes/boots and waterproofs in case the weather takes a turn for the worse.
Warm food and drinks are usually available at our lunch-stop (depending on location) but it’s a good idea to bring a flask/water and snacks to keep you going along the way.
Please be aware that although for the most part the paths are gentle there are a few places where extra care is needed. Also be aware that some routes may be slippery in periods of wet weather.

Course prices do not include accommodation but there is plenty of local accommodation to suit all pockets.

If you'd like to upgrade from Group course to 1-2-1 just give me a ring and we'll sort it out for you!



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