What to Expect
We will spend our entire stay in The Glenmalure Lodge, nestled away in the heart of Irelands longest glacial valley, tucked away in the heart of the Wicklow Mountains. It will be single occupancy stay, including breakfast. The Lodge also has an absolutely amazing bar and restaurant, with the best food around. There is also a chance of a mini shindig in the evenings.
Each day we can get breakfast in the lodge in the morning and dinner in the evenings after sunset. During the day we can get lunch and snacks wherever is closest to us.
Depending on weather, you can expect to shoot sunrise and sunset everyday during the workshop. After each morning sunrise we will take a couple of hours break, this will give us about 8 or 9 hours shooting each day, depending on weather. During potentially bad weather, we can also catch up on some post processing.
We will begin the workshop at 2pm on Thursday March 18th and it will end at 3pm on Saturday March 20th.
We can arrange twin or double rooms should you want to book as friends or a couple and get a discounted rate.
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.
All our Irish workshops come with Formatt Hitech Filters, Manfrotto tripods and Hahnel wireless remotes for you to use at your leisure if you feel your own isn’t up to standard. If you need advice on camera equipment, camera filters, tripods or outdoor clothing for this workshop do not hesitate to contact me.
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.
(Email me for a 20% Discount with 53 Degrees North)