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Peak District Photography Workshops

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Photograph the glorious heather clad landscape

Our Peak District photography workshop offers a great opportunity to capture the beauty of this area when the heather is in flower. Britain’s very first National Park; the Peak District is thought to be the second most-visited national park in the world. An area of great diversity, it is conventionally split into the northern Dark Peak, where most of the moorland is found, and the southern, more gentle, White Peak, home to Dovedale amongst other beauty spots. It is an area of great natural beauty made up of rocky outcrops, heather covered moorland and wonderful limestone dales.

You will learn…

  • Appropriate camera settings
  • Working with light
  • Composition techniques
  • Depth of field & focusing
  • Exposure & the histogram
  • Use of filters
  • Long exposures with water

Ability level

  • Suitable for all

Fitness level

  • Moderate


  • Sarah Howard

Workshop Details

Group Size

Max 8


August 14th - 16th 2024


Two days


Deposit 20%

Meeting Place

The Fox House, Hathersage

Main Photographic Locations

Monsal Head, Curbar Edge, Baslow Edge, Stanage Edge, Longshaw Estate, Mam Tor & the Hope Valley, Higger Tor, Padley Gorge, Bamford Edge


2 full days of photographic tuition and demonstrations, 1 x critique session, 2 nights single occupancy ensuite accommodation including breakfast, 2x lunches


Transport to and from the Peak District, personal insurance, equipment insurance, meals not mentioned, drinks from the bar


The Fox House, Hathersage

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Peak District – Aug, 2024

Learn photography amid the beautiful Peak District National Park

Mother Cap, The Peak District, Derbyshire
Mother Cap, The Peak District

Iconic Viewpoints And Hidden Gems

The Peak District’s varied landscape and rich heritage provide for some unrivaled scenery making this area a wonderful option for the landscape photographer. We will visit some of the region’s most scenic locations, including Longshaw Estate – a great venue with a number of subjects to photograph, including the remains of quarries where abandoned mill stones remain, dramatic panoramas and the lovely Padley Gorge with its ancient oaks, mossy rocks and tumbling streams.

Stanage Edge

Stanage Edge, the largest and most impressive of the gritstone edges, provides for some impressive landscape images especially when illuminated by the evening sun.

Stanage Edge - Peak District
Stanage Edge, The Peak District © Martyn Ferry
Higger Tor, Peak District
Higger Tor, The Peak District © Martyn Ferry

Stunning Viewpoints

We’ll also visit the superb locations of Baslow and Curbar Edge as well as Mam Tor where we will take in the far reaching views of the Hope Valley below. More expansive views are to be found at nearby Bamford edge, which overlooks Ladybower reservoir. Further south, we’ll be exploring Monsal Head – a famous Derbyshire Peak District beauty spot with a magnificent view down Monsal Dale and up the Wye valley, as well as the distinctive Chrome Hill.

Upcoming Peak District Photography workshops

Peak District – Aug, 2024

Visited the Peak District for my 10th Image Seen workshop recently. The heather was looking wonderful and the scenery stunning. Sarah's organisation and planning made everything run smoothly, and her friendly knowledgeable manner make these workshops a pleasure to be on. I am delighted how much my photography continues to improve.Can't wait for the next one.
John Dean

Peak District Workshop - General Information

The workshop is aimed at anyone who wants to improve their photography so photographers of all levels of experience are welcome. We will give you both practical and technical advice, as well as individual guidance and hands on demonstrations in the field. We will also look at the creative side of photography and developing your vision.

We will meet at 6pm on the first evening for introductions and a programme brief before dinner. Our exact itinerary is weather dependent however our photography will commence the next morning with a dawn shoot before retuning to the hotel for breakfast. We will then venture out again to explore more locations. We will have a short break early – mid afternoon before our late afternoon shoot. We will have an early dinner followed by our sunset shoot. Day two follows a similar format however we will be out all day this time, finishing at 5:30pm.

We will visit a number of locations over the course of the workshop which will offer you numerous challenges and allow you to fully explore your creative potential. There will also be time to review and critique your images and the opportunity to discuss them with Sarah as we look back on our days’ photography. The workshop has a relaxed format and is designed to be enjoyable as well as well as educational, so aside of improving your photography you can also enjoy the beautiful surroundings and most importantly have fun!

We will have one to two vehicles to take us between locations on days one and two, but a volunteer driver will be required if numbers dictate, and fuel reimbursed.

Two nights single occupancy ensuite b&b accommodation at the Fox House Hotel, Hathersage is included in the price of the workshop.

Moderate-good – some uphill climbs and involved which are steep in places.

SLR camera with ideally both wide angle and telephoto lenses; tripod; cable release, Whilst not essential, you will benefit from bringing neutral density graduated filters; a polariser, a neutral density filter. It is also recommended that you also bring a rain cover for your camera. A laptop and card reader is useful to select and review your images for the purpose of our image critiques but not essential. Before buying any equipment or if you are unsure of what to bring, please email info@imageseen.co.uk for more information.

Please ensure that you insure your photographic equipment. It is also recommended that like with any holiday, you take out personal insurance in case you need to cancel. You may wish to consider Staycation Plan

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