The Peak District, Britain’s first national park, is home to some of the most inspirational scenery. The diversity of its landscape and its compact size means you can be experiencing the picturesque rivers and dales of the White Peak at sunrise and the dramatic moorland of the Dark Peak at sunset.
Learning the ropes on a Peak Distrist Photography Break. Photo copyright: Red Dog Photography
A new, luxury, leisure break is now available, bringing this superb Peak District countryside to any keen photographer who requires a little expert tuition and a few inspirational days away, to capture landscape – and life – on camera.
The much photographed Haddon Hall at Bakewell is one of the many beautiful destinations of a Peak District Photography Break. Photo copyright: Ian Daisley Photography
Peak District Photography Breaks are two-night, mid-week packages based at some of the finest hotels across the Peak District, visiting iconic locations as well as some of the more unusual, including some of the region’s superb historic buildings with access to areas not normally open to the public.
Hone your photography skills on a Peak District Photography Break, and capture breathtaking images like this, of Curbar Edge. Photo copyright: Karen Frenkel
Incorporating the services of award-winning and published photographers and tutors – all experts in their craft with an encyclopaedic knowledge of the area – who guide participants on a journey through spectacular landscapes. Participants spend the day exploring the full depth and breadth of the Peak and the evenings relaxing in one of the region’s luxury, four-star hotels.
Peak District Photography Breaks offer a relaxed mixture of hands-on training, practical tuition, classroom theory, fresh air and breath-taking scenery tied in with superb food and drink and comfortable accommodation. And, located in the centre of the UK, the Peak District not only offers incredible topography and history, it’s also easily reached by train or car; only 2 hours from London and an hour from Manchester city centre; ideal for a short break away.
The two-day Peak District Photography Breaks run monthly from Monday evening through to Wednesday afternoon and cost £846, with various discounts and offers available. The package includes:
• Two nights’ accommodation – Dinner, Bed & Breakfast at one of our chosen luxury hotels
• All meals and refreshments
• Transport throughout in comfort and style
• Pick up/drop off at Derby station (if required)
• Four award-winning photographers, tutors and Peak District guides
• The services of your host and facilitator Duncan Robb
• Access to fabulous photography locations
• Exclusive access to Peak District locations not normally open to the public
• Classroom theory sessions
To book your place on the Peak District Photography Break go to www.peakdistrictphotographybreak.co.uk