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Ancient Site Photography training - FULLY BOOKED

Friday 22nd November 2019, 9:00am to 4:00pm

The Penwith Landscape Partnership is looking for some budding new photographers to take stunning pictures of Penwith’s ancient sites. This session will include an indoor workshop at our Both Ombrofyoryon (Volunteer Hub) at Geevor Tin Mine on 22nd November looking at techniques that will improve your photography whether you use a phone, compact camera or an SLR. In the afternoon, the small group will head to the Mên-an-Tol and put the skills you have learnt into practice. The day will be led by David Chapman and in the afternoon Laura Ratcliffe-Warren will join the group to bring the ancient sites alive with her extensive knowledge of archaeology. Beginners are welcome.

As with all our course attendance is free but spaces are limited. Please note that this course is now FULLY BOOKED- please use the form below to add yourself to the reserve list in the event that at a space opens up.

To find out more about Penwith's ancient sites click here, or you can read more about our Ancient Penwith project. To find out more about volunteering with us visit our Volunteer pages.


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Penwith Landscape Partnership Both Ombrofyoryon (Volunteer Hub)
Geevor Tin Mine
TR19 7EW