Alex Hare Photography

Alex Hare Photography

Royal Photographic Society 1 Day Landscape Photography Workshops


As restrictions on travel and group contact begin to ease this year I am delighted to have a schedule of workshops availble through them. For the early part of 2021, they will remaqin in the 'flexi' format where we meet via Zoom before and after you undertake some self directed photogrpahy along the themes and ideas discussed with you in session 1. In session 2, we review your work and your day out to find learning outcommes and offer constructive, supportive feedback on your results.

This year I have organised two landscape photography workshops with the Royal Photographic Society and, should restrictions permit, we hope to add more face to face ones that are scheduled towards the end of the year. There are two dates for each; the initial presentation and group discussion followed by the date for the image review.

The workshops are all bookable via the RPS website, click the book via link to go to the page where these workshops are listed.

To summarise, the workshops and dates are:

1 & 29 July - Come and learn all about long exposures, how to use them creatively in a range of situations and my Super Easy method for calculating them in your head!

4 & 27 May - Flat & Minimalist Landscapes: discover the rich potential in these less 'classic' spaces and discover various ideas and techniques for tackling them with fresh enthusiasm.

TBC – Thanet Explorer in Turner Country, a dawn to dusk workshop in and around Margate, Broadstairs and Ramsgate. SOLD OUT.

TBC – Kent Landscapes & Coast; a tour from Kent’s south to north coast via some countryside landscapes and a classic English country pub for lunch! SOLD OUT.

TBC – Kent Coastal Explorer, this coastal photography day will include abstracts in a boat yard, Roman forts, jetties, Victorian piers, sea pools and defences. Tickets on sale from 1st June 2020.

Royal Photographic Society 1 Day Landscape Photography Workshops FAQs

  • What kit & caboodle should I bring?

    A camera, tripod and a selection of lenses - ideally covering ultra wide angle to telephoto.  Tripods are essential-let me know if you dont own one.  Also spare batteries and memory cards. 

    If you dont have any filters (polariser, ND Grads, Stopper Filters etc) and want to try them and learn how to use them, we have kits you can borrow.  Just tell us in advannce.

    Also, bring good walking boots and clothing for any kind of weather and wellies are strongly recommended for UK workshops. Comfortable backpack and waterproofs for you and your gear.  It can be chilly in the evening so warm clothes are recommended.

    Water bottle will be handy as at times we will be out in the open but we are never far from a cafe, pub and/or public toilet.

  • Date


  • Duration

    1 day

  • Group Size


  • Included

    • Tuition via Zoom

    • Image Review via Zoom

  • Excluded

    • travel, accommodation, insurance & meals