A professional photographer in Devon, south-west England, working locally, nationally and internationally
An experienced and qualified photographer, a Fellow of the British Institute of Professional Photography (BIPP)
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A qualified professional photographer, a Fellow of the BIPP, ensuring high standards in photographic services
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Improve your photography skills with Nigel Hicks, one of Britain’s leading travel and landscape photographers.
Whether you’ve only recently picked up a camera or have been snapping away for many years, we’ll help you develop your photography.
Here are four good reasons:
Most of what Nigel teaches falls into two broad categories:
Nigel teaches photography in three formats:
Our one-day photography workshops all concentrate on photography in the great outdoors. You won’t be stuck indoors learning theory, but actually getting hands-on experience on-location, mainly in the beautiful countryside and along the stunning coasts of Devon, southwest England.
To find out about our one-day photography workshops, click here…>
Nigel runs photography tours, both in the UK and overseas, covering mainly landscape, nature and general travel photography, and aimed mostly at intermediate and advanced level photographers.
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Would you like to learn photography one-to-one with Nigel? Or do you have a group - perhaps some friends or work colleagues - that you would like to have your own photography workshop with? Nigel can put together your own workshop day, designed to suit your needs.
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Click on the course dates to see details.
14 Sept 2019 - Atlantic coast landscapes, Hartland Quay. Click here…>
5 Oct 2019 - Jurassic Coast landscapes, Lyme Regis. Click here…>
19 Oct 2019 - Exmoor in autumn, Lynton and Lynmouth. Click here…>
26 Oct 2019 - Dartmoor in autumn, Fingle Bridge. Click here…>
3 Nov 2019 - Low light photography, Exmouth. Click here…>
To see sample images taken on previous courses click on the image above
Please read these if you're thinking of coming on one of our courses:
1. All courses, particularly those involving landscape photography, involve a certain amount of walking, sometimes over fairly rough ground. We do try to keep this to a minimum, but please be aware that anyone taking part in the Dartmoor or north Devon coastal workshops will need to be able to walk at least one mile. Paths in these areas are generally steep and may be slippery. However, the views make it all very worthwhile!
2. Whilst we do everything we can to ensure the workshops are run in as safe a way and as safe an environment as possible, participants are responsible for the safety of themselves and their equipment. You are strongly advised to have your camera equipment insured for loss or damage when away from your home.
We take your privacy very seriously. See our privacy statement below.
Our current photography tours are:
Iceland: 7-12 Sept 2019. Photography around the mountains, waterfalls and glaciers of Iceland’s southwest. For details click here …>
Isles of Scilly: 27-30 Sept 2019. Coastal landscape, garden and wildlife photography on these stunning islands off the coast of Cornwall. For details click here …>
Ireland: 12-19 June 2020.
Landscapes and cultural photography of western Ireland, taking in the Dingle peninsula, the Atlantic coast of Clare, and Connemara. For details click here…>