Landscape and Wildlife Photography Workshop - Hoo Marshes

Friday 21st May 2021 to
Wednesday 2nd June 2021

Landscape and Wildlife Photography Workshop - Hoo Marshes

Hoo Marshes is an amazing place on the Thames Estuary. Teaming with wildlife, there is always many species of birds around to photograph. The old boats, some wrecked, make for a fantastic landscape backdrop whether the tide is in or out; along with the amazing reed ponds.

The workshop will begin with a slow walk along the coastal path where Louise will provide advice on the best camera settings to capture that perfect wildlife shot.

The second half of the Workshop will concentrate on Landscape Photography. With the sun setting low in the sky, Louise will be providing further advice on composition and camera settings.

We run in all weathers conditions unless unsafe. Wet overcast days can sometimes make for a dramatic photograph more than a Hot Sunny day. Louise will be providing advice on how to use the conditions of the day to maximise the impact of your images.

A great way to get out in the fresh air and meet other like minded people

This workshop will take place on two seperate dates:
22 May 11:00 – 14:00 Book your place
3 June 18:00 – 21:00 Book your place 

About the artist
Louise E Hubbard Photography was set up as a business in November 2019. Louise took up photography as a hobby over ten years ago and now loves to pass on her knowledge to others. Her workshops are designed for anyone who loves photography on all levels from beginners to the more experienced. A great opportunity to meet up with like minded people and share knowledge. All camera types are welcome from DSLR, Bridge and Smartphone.

Photo: Louise E Hubbard Photography


Friday 21st May 2021 to
Wednesday 2nd June 2021


Hoo Marshes, Vicarage Lane, Hoo St Werbergh, Rochester, Kent



Parking in Vicarage Lane
Regular buses run to Hoo St Werberg
Meeting point from the nearest bus stop is approximately 20 minutes


Nearest toilet facilities are a 5 minute car trip to the Centre of Hoo Village



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