Seascapes and Sunsets in Llandudno – from piers to promenades, from architecture to artistic angles, from North Shore to West Shore, this Welshot Roving Photographic Academy Evening will have it all for those who like to be out and about with their camera capturing the beauty of the world around them. Llandudno, Queen of the Resorts has it all for the photographer – historic piers, photogenic promenades lined on one side with a wide open expanse of the Llandudno North Shore, to the Victorian listed buildings that will provide you with the features of the colourful architecture. After photographing the pier and bay, we will then move to West Shore and there you will find rock pools and sandy beaches with a backdrop of the Welsh hills and Anglesey in distance – from which the sun will set behind, hopefully giving us a colourful sunset and magnificent light.
Food styling and photography, that’s what’s happening at the Welshot Photographic Academy Evening at The Bulkeley Hotel in Beaumaris, Anglesey this Month. You will learn how to use props to style with your food, composition and lighting. From Flat-lay to creative photogenic angles, from bokeh to crisp sharp images – your main aim is to leave having not only learned a thing or three about food photography but have a selection of images worthy of any food magazine.
Time to blow those Winter cobwebs away and this first WelshotRewards Day of 2022 – Lighthouses, skylines, photography and fish n chips will do just that… Join us for an afternoon of photography in New Brighton on Wirral where we will be giving our cameras a great workout. From capturing seascapes to skylines, from pirate ships to fairy gardens (and a chance to practice your macro photography) we promise you it will be worth the effort which can then be rewarded with some delicious fish and chips if you feel so inclined.
Low-light, long exposure and firework photography – what more could a photographer want as we come into the Winter season. Join the Welshot Team at the Welshot Creative Hub in Llandudno and over a mug of steaming hot chocolate you will start this photographic event with a masterclass on helping you to get the best images you can during the Llandudno Firework display. After the fireworks it will be all about long exposure seascapes, the waterfront and capturing the pier in low-light conditions
Welshot Does… The Shortest Night Photographic Adventure – visiting the beautiful landscape of Anglesey and Snowdonia in North Wales, is a firm Welshot favourite and always has our delegates booking on the next years ‘Shortest Night’ adventure before the bacon butties (included) have been eaten at the end of the event. The not so short, night of photography, which is always held as close to the 21st June as possible starts the event with a gourmet picnic (included) by the side of Llyn Padarn (Llanberis Lake) deep in the heart of Snowdonia before moving on for a marathon photographic session visiting numerous locations. Seventeen hours (Yes, we can see the irony!) of photographic fun, friendship and getting creative with your camera will have you shooting everything from star trails to long exposures, from architecture to land and seascapes.
From low-light, long exposure to how to photograph the night sky this Welshot photographic event at Penmon, on the Isle of Anglesey will keep you and your camera busy taking stunning images from before sunset to long after the sun has gone down. You will have two masterclasses – learning how to shoot the golden hour, before catching that sunset and the blue hour that photographers love so much. The second Welshot masterclass will help you to get prepared for an evening of Astro photography to ensure your camera is all set up to catch the night sky.
From low-light, long exposure to how to photograph the night sky this Welshot photographic event at Penmon, on the Isle of Anglesey will keep you and your camera busy taking stunning images from before sunset to long after the sun has gone down. You will have two masterclasses – learning how to shoot the golden hour, before catching that sunset and the blue hour that photographers love so much. The second Welshot masterclass will help you to get prepared for an evening of Astro photography to ensure your camera is all set up to catch the night sky. You are going to learn how to make long exposures to capture the sea as it laps the shore and lighthouse as well as clouds and dramatic landscape in low light conditions. For those who would like to learn the art of light painting, we will be lighting up the lighthouse as well as creating some dramatic art. Plenty to photograph and keep you busy on this extensive Welshot Mini Module.
Lighthouses and Long Exposure Photography. The Talacre sand dunes form the backdrop to the beach at Point of Ayr, in Flintshire, North Wales and makes for a perfect location for the photographer who loves seascapes, lighthouses and nature. The sand dunes overlook a large expanse of sand is on the western side of the River Dee and form part of the RSPB nature reserve which is popular with bird watchers and photographers alike – the Natterjack Toad is also a habitat of the sand dunes which have been designated as a site of special scientific interest. If lighthouses are your jam, then Welshot has got you covered there too – set, mid-beach the Point of Ayr Lighthouse which was built in 1776 provides a fantastic opportunity, especially if we get a sunset!
Seascapes and Sunsets – What more could the photographer want. Tonight at the Welshot Photographic Roving Academy Evening we will be in the picturesque location of Rhos on Sea, Colwyn Bay, North Wales where we will walk along the promenade that follows the vast sweep from Old Colwyn to Penrhyn Bay. There will be plenty to keep the photographer and camera busy, from sailing boats in the man-made harbour to street photography.