Photo walks in Norfolk and Suffolk
New for 2017! Photo walks are for all abilities, and are held at unique venues in Norfolk and Suffolk which offer a wonderful array of photographic opportunities.
If you'd like the opportunity to spend a whole day with your camera, with no distractions, just being creative and inspired by your surroundings and fellow photographers, a photo walk could be for you. Please scroll down to view the dates and venues and to book your place.
Each photo walk costs £28 and runs from 10am-3.30pm.
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Some wonderful words from previous participants:
"Just a quick note to thank you for a lovely day exploring the Sculpture Trail and trying to convey it in photographs. This is an area of photography that I have not explored before, being a travel photographer, and I found the whole experience both fascinating and enjoyable. I feel that I have learnt so much but putting that into practice is another matter. I was particularly interested in your interpretation of some of the pieces and the emphasis on light and texture which was so well demonstrated in many of the shots captured by the other photographers on the day." - Greg
"We just wanted to thank you for a truly inspiring day. We came away from the day absolutely buzzing. We learnt so much about how to use our cameras, created some pictures we were proud of and enjoyed seeing everyone else's successes. You have inspired us and we hope to join you on future workshops you may run." - Danielle & Sally
"Thank you Lucy, what a perfect place to hold a photography workshop! I found the whole day very enjoyable and inspiring. You have reignited a passion in me that has been unfortunately lying dormant for a long time. Once upon a time it was unheard of for me to leave the house without my camera slung over my shoulder but that was back in the days when cameras were so much simpler to operate. You have shown me that I can still keep it simple in this very technical world and to still be able to create something amazing, thank you." - Karen