On this workshop we visit the historic city of Bath at one of the most vibrant times of the year. The photographic opportunities are endless at this time. The city centre has an atmosphere of its own all year round but Christmas time adds an extra buzz with street sellers, buskers, additional lighting and market stalls all adding to its charm.
Bath has to be one of the best-preserved 18th-century cities in the world. Such is its importance that in 1988 the whole city was designated a World Heritage Site. Of course Bath’s heritage goes way back before the 18th-century and is most famed for its Roman baths. The city oozes photographic opportunities whichever way you turn with its stunning architecture and layered terraces. Add to the mix the unique streets and buildings that include The Royal Crescent and The Circus and this is the perfect recipe for a great photographic day. The city is a big attraction for artists, photographers and historians alike.
BATH CITY WALK
We meet at 10.30am on the outskirts of Bath and take a short park-and-ride bus trip into the city centre. We start the day with a short briefing over coffee/tea before venturing out on the streets to capture the essence of Bath with our cameras. There are no rules on this workshop, no restrictions, just licence to make photographs of one of the most eye-catching cities in the world. The day will include landscape and street photography techniques with opportunities to hand hold your cameras and use your tripod. We will visit some of the classic locations like the Royal Crescent and the beautiful Abbey after dark; plus we will be looking to grab those opportune ‘people moments’ on the streets of buskers and street performers. Tony will be on hand at all times to offer help and tuition as well as acting as your guide for the day. All levels are welcome, whether you are new to photography or an experienced photographer. The workshop day aims to be up to 9 hours in duration finishing in the early evening after dark – including park and ride travel in and out of Bath.
There will be no shortage of places to eat and drink so we will take in refreshments and food at convenient points during the day. If you would prefer to bring a packed lunch that is fine too. We will stop around lunch time for a light bite.
HOW TO BOOK
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