Which Workshop?
Learning PEDs
Taster Session - Part 1 (Day)
Taster Session - Part 2 (Night)
Astro Photography
Lordington Lavender
Brownsea Island
Brighton Long Exposure
Seascapes @ Lulworth
Seascapes @ Portland Bill
Just for fun PEDs
Wire Wool
Light Painting
Water Drop
Weekend PEDs
Dungeness / Rye
North Devon
Isle of Skye
Photo Holidays
Chernobyl 2018
Chernobyl 2018 @ Summer
United States 2018
Social PEDs
A Walk In The Woods
Club Nights
Bespoke PEDs
Bespoke 1-2-1 Sessions
Brighton Long Exposure PED
The Brighton PED will be based around Long Exposures, both daytime and evening.

I made my first visit (for photography) to Brighton just after new years this year, and it struck me how much there was to photograph in a relatively short walk from the main pier.

Timings for this event will vary a little through the year with summer events starting a little later in the afternoon, and winter event starting around lunchtime.

Event Location: 
Brighton sea front


Please see the events page for current date(s).

Please contact me via my contact page

What will be covered

  • Long Exposures using ND filters
  • Long Exposures at night 
  • Street Photography

In addition if you have any specific questions, I'll be there to help throughout.

Recommended equipment (but not necessarily essential)

  • Digital camera (ideally SLR or mirrorless)
  • Lens between 10 and 70mm will probably be perfect for the majority of this PED 
  • A 10-stopper ND filter for the daytime long exposures (ie blurry water/disappearing people)
  • Extra camera batteries as some cameras tend to eat batteries while doing long exposures.
  • A tripod is essential
  • A remote cable trigger will make things easier
  • Torch 


Photo Experience Day Review
“From a beginner I have now attended a couple of experience days and social evenings...  All have been fun as well as educational. The social days are a great way to meet like minded people, share experiences while getting more practice with the camera and I hope to do more soon.”


I've been using Aurora HDR 2018 for a while now, and when used properly (ie sparingly) I've been really rather impressed by the results possible from it.  This photo, for example, was merged from 3 images taken at different exposures (exposing for the buildings and sky).  Although good results are also possible to obtain from single images.  

However, don't take my word for it, download the free trail version for yourself and give it a go.