A coastal photography tour & workshop on the fascinating Jurassic Coast in Dorset, UK.
Join me, Ian Middleton, for a photography workshop & tour on the beautiful Jurassic Coast of Dorset in the UK. Stretching along Dorset and Devon, the Jurassic Coast is so-named because its landscape and geology record 185 million years of the Earth’s history. The coastline is packed with fantastic photographic opportunities at anytime of the year.
The Jurassic Coast is one of many UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the UK, and a perfect place to learn photography with its jagged, rocky coastline providing many great coastal landscape features. Photograph Durdle Door rock arch amid its glistening pebble beach. Capture the lighthouse and Pulpit Rock at Portland Bill promontory surrounded by crashing waves. Shoot the beautiful half moon bay at Kimmeridge as the low tide reveals its fascinating rocky underworld. Or trudge out early morning to the gorgeous white chalk cliff at Old Harry, equally as amazing as the White Cliffs of Dover.
We will be based at the heights hotel on the beautiful island of Portland, which also provides an amazing view across Chesil Beach, one of England’s three major shingle beaches. It stretches off 29kms all the way from the start of the Isle of Portland to West Bay. To the right your view takes you off across the lovely Weymouth harbour and bay.
The first day of photography on this UK workshop will begin in the afternoon once everyone has arrived and checked in. It will end after sunset on the last day. Accommodation will be included for the first two nights, but should you need or want to arrive earlier or stay longer, then I can arrange extra nights for you.