Courses

One – To – One Tuition

Our One-to-One sessions allow you to accompany Peter to one of his favourite Exmoor locations, alternatively we are happy for you to suggest a preferred destination which more accurately reflects your photographic aspirations. Whilst giving you the option to shoot in your preferred format.
What ever your level or experience in photography, Peter has the knowledge and expertise required to help refine and hone your skills and help move your photography forward.

Each sessions is tailor made to the requirement and aspirations of each individual photographer. Our general lesson formate cover common problem topics such as Composition, Exposure, Metering, Depth of Field, Choice of Lens, use of Filters etc and can be run either as a half or full day course. Our aim is to provide a truly bespoke service to the client.
At Wild Encounters we can plan your itinerary and assist in travel, accommodation and accessibility issues you may require. Please feel free to telephone or e-mail with your requirements and Peter will be delighted to discuss them in further detail.

Whats Included

• One-to-One tuition
• Half (4 hours instruction)
• Full day (8 hours instruction)
• Transport to and from location (If on Exmoor)
• Group tuition (max 4 persons)

Prices

• Half Day Experience – £150 (per person)
• Full Day Experience – £275 (per person)
• Hourly Rates – £50 per hour
• (Locations other than Exmoor will be subject to incurred expenses)
• (All tours depart from Exford, unless previously arranged)

Puglia 25th September – 2nd October  2014 – £1795

At the heel of Italy, Puglia is an untapped gem for photographers. Its long history as a melting pot of wealthy civilisation during the Greek, Roman and Baroque times, coupled with its fertile soil, extensive coastline and unique trulli architecture that is still lived in today, makes Puglia a truly exceptional destination. Remarkably, our tour will include two UNESCO world heritage sites within just over an hour’s drive of each other. We have chosen to visit Puglia during the spring for the legendary spring flowers that this region is renowned for.

Our photography will be a rich mix of landscape and architecture. From the fertile fields of central Puglia, dotted with the entrancing cone-topped round trullis, huge olive trees gnarled over hundreds of years and small vineyards, to the Greek-looking whitewashed hilltop villages with their narrow alleyways and often crumbling features. Our days will be filled with an unusual variety of subject matters and photography opportunities. We will explore a trogledyte city that clings to its rocky defensive location and that is still, in parts, just as it was left when abandoned in the 1950’s. We will be guided around one of the most extravagant examples of Baroque architecture you are ever likely to see in Italy, and we will discover the off-the-beaten track countryside locations that Charlie has discovered for himself and is ready to share with you.

Whats Included

• Accommodation
• Breakfasts
• Transport During Course
• Tuition
• Airport transfers

 

Puglia 25th September – 2nd October  2014 – £1795

At the heel of Italy, Puglia is an untapped gem for photographers. Its long history as a melting pot of wealthy civilisation during the Greek, Roman and Baroque times, coupled with its fertile soil, extensive coastline and unique trulli architecture that is still lived in today, makes Puglia a truly exceptional destination. Remarkably, our tour will include two UNESCO world heritage sites within just over an hour’s drive of each other. We have chosen to visit Puglia during the spring for the legendary spring flowers that this region is renowned for.

Our photography will be a rich mix of landscape and architecture. From the fertile fields of central Puglia, dotted with the entrancing cone-topped round trullis, huge olive trees gnarled over hundreds of years and small vineyards, to the Greek-looking whitewashed hilltop villages with their narrow alleyways and often crumbling features. Our days will be filled with an unusual variety of subject matters and photography opportunities. We will explore a trogledyte city that clings to its rocky defensive location and that is still, in parts, just as it was left when abandoned in the 1950’s. We will be guided around one of the most extravagant examples of Baroque architecture you are ever likely to see in Italy, and we will discover the off-the-beaten track countryside locations that Charlie has discovered for himself and is ready to share with you.

Whats Included

• Accommodation
• Breakfasts
• Transport During Course
• Tuition
• Airport transfers