Lighthouse, Seascapes & Sunsets - Talacre Beach - Roving Academy Evening - Photo of the sun going down behind the lighthouse at Talacre Beach North Wales - shot through the sand dunes

Lighthouses & Sunset Photography – Talacre Beach – Roving Photographic Academy Evening

Point of Ayr Lighthouse is the northernmost point of mainland Wales.  It is situated immediately to the north of Talacre in Flintshire, at the mouth of the Dee estuary.  It is to the southwest of the Liverpool Bay Area of the Irish Sea.  This is our location for the Welshot Roving Academy Evening and will provide the photographer with a wide variety of shooting opportunities.  Starting with a short nature ramble through natural habitats and sand dunes we will make our way towards the shoreline where the dramatic Point of Ayr Lighthouse will be our backdrop.  From making long exposures, capturing a sunset to macro photography, the only limitation will be your imagination.

Photo taken in lowlight along the Shropshire Union Canal in Chester.

Low-Light & Long Exposure Photography, shooting for HDR and Cityscape Photography. That’s what will be happening at this Roving Academy Evening in Chester. This Welshot Photographic Academy adventure will start at the Old Harkers Arms, which will then, will take you and your camera on a gentle stroll alongside the Shropshire Union Canal that meanders through Cheshire. From learning how to use your camera in low-light conditions, taking long exposure photographs to shooting for HDR, this photographic workshop is guaranteed to provide you with the inspiration needed to capture some stunning and dramatic images. This photography event is perfect for the photographer who loves nightscapes and architecture.  As the sunset will be at 16:40 on the 24th January 2023, You will be working in extreme low-light conditions.

Were taking advantage of the ‘still early’ darker evenings and getting out and about with our cameras to capture the Anglesey coastline in extreme low-light conditions.  At this Welshot Roving Academy Evening, based in Beaumaris, we will be shooting long exposures – from Gallows Point to the Pier itself.  Shooting in low light can be challenging – Tonight you will be learning how to each element of the exposure triangle (ISO / Shutter / Aperture) to create your image.  Understanding the exposure triangle is an important part of knowing how to use your camera, especially when shooting in low light.  Learning how to use your shutter speeds and exposure times with the ambient (natural light) will help to create a variety of looks in your photographs. At this low-light and long exposure seascape photography workshop you will be capturing and creating unique and inspiring images to be proud of.