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Jeremy Walker Landscape Workshops

Jeremy Walker Landscape Workshops - Weekend workshops with Jeremy Walker in the UK.

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Jeremy Walker LandscapePress Release:

Lee Filters have teamed up with leading landscape photographer Jeremy Walker for a number of weekend photographic workshops across the UK.

Ideally suited to photographers of little or no experience who wish to learn more, each workshop is limited to just ten photographers. A unique feature to each of the workshops is that each photographer will be given a comprehensive Lee System to use for the duration of the weekend. Members of Lee Filters’ technical staff will also be on hand to offer assistance and advice on how to use the Lee System and there will also be the opportunity to experiment and use a wide selection of filters from the extensive Lee range under Jeremy’s watchful eye.

Workshops Dates

Snowdonia National Park - North Wales
Friday 16th to Sunday 18th October 2009

The workshop will be based near the market town of Dolgellau on the south western edge of Snowdonia National Park. The area has many dramatic locations including mountains, rivers, waterfalls and woodlands, ideal for a great weekend’s photography.

Glen Coe – Scotland
Friday 5th to Sunday 7th February 2010

Based in the region of Glen Coe, on the shores of Loch Linnie surrounded by spectacular mountain and coastal scenery. With locations such as Rannoch Moor, Glen Etive and Castle Stalker on our doorstep, what could be better?

Further details can be found on the Lee Filters website. For booking information please contact Jeremy Walker on 01935 872537 or by email.

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vickib 5 6 United Kingdom
12 May 2009 7:36PM
any further south

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