What to Expect
The 2 nights of the workshop will be spent in a beautiful house with the best views along the Dingle Peninsula, right on Slea Head Drive overlooking the Blasket Islands and Coumeenoole Beach.
Each person will have their own room. The house has amazing views and is extremely cosy and comfortable with two big bathrooms. We will make our own breakfast each morning after sunrise. The kitchen and dining area also overlook The Blasket Islands and Coumeenoole Beach.
In the evenings we can make dinner in the house or eat in one of many places in Dingle and the surrounding areas.
Depending on weather, you can expect to shoot sunrise and sunset everyday during the workshop. Being winter on the Wild Atlantic Way, there is a good chance of some amazing waves and swell which can present the most amazing scenes to photograph. During potentially bad weather, we can also catch up on some post processing.
We will begin the workshop at 1pm on Friday December 10th and it will end at 5pm on Sunday December 12th.
Please note: Should Covid19 prevent us from running this workshop, we will reschedule or you will be issued with an online voucher for the full amount paid, including deposit to use on any future tour or workshop.
When you book a workshop or tour with us, your booking confirmation email will automatically send you instructions on how to make use of our perfect payment plan to make the cost of the workshop or tour you have booked easier on the pocket.
Where I buy my equipment.
NOTE: Use code BERN10 for a 10% camera filters discount at www.formatt-hitech.com
Camera equipment: Whelan cameras, Limerick city.
Clothing & footwear: 53 Degrees North, Carrickmines & Blanchardstown in Dublin, Cornmarket centre, Cork.
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