Date: 09th September 2016
I look forward to seeing you for our one-day workshop in Bosham (West Sussex), which promises to be a super day of photography in this secret corner of southern England, known affectionately by locals as God’s little pocket.
Our day will begin in The Bosham Gallery with a brief overview of the approach to photography along with a few welcoming words from Luke the owner of this flourishing gallery whose mission is to promote photography to a wider audience. Luke is certainly succeeding in his quest with visitors from far afield. Luke will be asking Charlie for his comments about the business of exhibiting and the reasons behind why he is so passionate for photographers to get their work onto gallery walls.
Our small group will then set off by foot to photograph back toward Bosham itself. This is the optimum vantage point which cannot be missed and to which we will return for the hoped for late afternoon warm light.
Throughout the day, we will be walking short distances to locations along the sides of the many creeks and estuaries in pursuit of creative landscape photography of this beautiful and little known area.
Our short lunch will be in the excellent Craft Centre tearooms in Bosham and from here we will return to our photography with a greater concentration on photographing water and the numerous possibilities presented to us.
Charlie is widely regarded as the doyen of English landscape photographers. His style combines graphic finesse with an almost spiritual quality of calm and serenity. His distinctive treatment of historic Mediterranean landscapes in particular is instantly recognisable. Charlie is also...