A regular speaker at the club, we welcomed Tony Worobiec with his presentation ‘The Water’s Edge’, he was keen to say it was a workshop and not a lecture, and encouraged questions and input from the audience.
Having photographed in many countries, Tony wanted us to appreciate the British coast, convincing us with his many images that it is so varied and diverse, and so much better than most places around the world.
Willing to give us the tools to achieve atmospheric and interesting images we were advised on when to go, where to go and what equipment would be useful. From sandy beeches to rocky outcrops, minute details and coastal structures, there really was an image to be had in most situations.
Early risers and night owls are going to get the best opportunities, but with a filter or two and the right weather, which doesn’t actually mean summer sunshine, coasts and rivers can be awash with potential shots.