photography
retreats

Our photography retreats are the perfect way to escape the frenetic world of demands, emails, noise and expectation.

Escape with us to the wilderness!

3 day course

retreat

Our photography retreats are all about the holistic experience – giving you the perfect balance of input, tuition and challenge against space, time and guidance to explore. All sustained by amazing locally sourced food, prepared by chefs with a passion for flavour and nutrition.

During the photography retreat we will have guest speakers/facilitators to challenge and develop your photographic thinking, as well plenty of time to simply enjoy the surroundings and relax with like-minded people.

You’ll be staying in carefully selected, comfortable and perfectly located accommodation.

Included:
– Tuition from Chris Lucas
– Two nights accommodation on a dinner, bed & breakfast basis
– Packed lunches on days 2 and 3
– All local transport by private vehicle

We have big plans for international photography retreats and expeditions.

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7th-9th February 2020 – St Agnes and West Cornwall

24th-26th April 2020 – St Agnes and West Cornwall

Duration:  3 days

Price:  £475

Fitness level:  Easy

Skill level:  All

Ratio:  1:6

Deposit: 50% (with balance payable 20 days before)

Accomodation

We get out in all weathers, and teach you how to get the best photographs in all conditions, while looking after yourself and your kit. Experience has shown, however, that people learn best when they can return to comfort. With that in mind, all our accommodation is carefully selected to provide a safe haven to return to after a busy day in the wilds taking pictures. It is important to us to provide a space where students can reflect on the day, socialise, learn from each other and relax in tasteful surroundings.

Our photography retreats include delicious breakfasts and dinners prepared locally from sustainable sources. We want you to feel looked after, have your own space if you want it, and to not have to worry about anything so that you can focus on your photography.

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