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French Riviera Weekends

As many of you know I run a week long part photography workshop, part holiday in the South of France on the French Riviera every year.  Having just returned I thought it would be good to share the images and bring you some exciting news.

The week long workshop doesn't suit everyone, especially if you have family commitments etc so I am pleased to announce that I will be adding some dates to the diary for long weekends to this venue.  With flights as low as £35 each way from Birmingham to Nice this represents an excellent opportunity for a Friday to Monday workshop on the Riviera.

At this stage I have not set any definite dates but can accommodate long weekends between September through to my usual week there at the end of May.  We would fly out Friday and fly back on the Monday so that would give us 3 nights and 2 days for the workshop.  

Please also remember that as the rooms are all doubles so you have the option to bring a partner with you as a non photographic place at a fraction of the cost.  The villa can comfortably accommodate up to 4 couples and the nature and venues we travel to whilst there are all idyllic and provide plenty for them to do as we explore and shoot. 

If you are interested then please drop me an email or call and I can then start to plan specific weekends that may suit a group of people wishing to go.

Cost is £650 for the photographic participant & just £150 for the non-photographic attendee.

Take a look at the images from previous trips here: