Based between the South Downs & the South Coast in West Sussex I run location & classroom based photography workshops for small groups of photographers. I also run workshops at West Dean College nr Chichester. The workshops are run throughout the year covering all aspects of the medium and suiting all skill levels & camera type

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Plenty more workshops to come throughout the year including new photo techniques, new locations and much more…. Please note that we may travel as a group by car to some of the locations so a lift will usually be available on the day if required.

All workshops are suitable for all abilities unless otherwise specified.

For more details or to book a place on any of the workshops please contact me via email: info@rjmphotography.com


Saturday 14th September 2019 1pm - 4pm £40

Location: Climping Beach

Discover the secrets of seascape photography in this practical workshop based at Climping beach. Starting at high tide we will shoot as the tide recedes, revealing different photographic options. We will also explore the use of motion blur through the use of slower shutter speeds.

The workshop will include:


-the importance of light direction

-time of day

-understanding the tides

-motion blur/long exposures

-lens choice



NB: A neutral density filter would be needed for the long exposures - but not essential for the rest of the workshop.

Suitable for all abilities.


Sunday 29th September 2019 10am - 1pm £40

Location: Amberley

A looped photo walk (approx 3 miles but flat and easy going) around Houghton and Amberley villages taking in the great variety of scenery and subject matter en route including the picturesque villages, the river Arun, the surrounding flood plain, the South Downs way & the Monarchs way. As we cover the route we will look at how to see a photo, how to compose for effect and how to work with the light as well as any technical advice needed and much more.

Suitable for all abilities.


Thursday 10th October 2019 10am - 1pm £40

Location: Worthing

We return to Worthing for another street photography workshop. Using a combination of classic natural street photography and street portraiture (where permission is asked) the workshop will explore all the essential ideas behind successful street images.

The workshop will include:

-camera settings/shutter speeds

-focusing tips


-the various options/approaches to capturing alternative looks

-the importance of light direction

-the importance of timing


-and much more!

The workshop will finish with a review of all the images taken on the day.

The ideal workshop for those wishing to improve their street/travel images.

Suitable for all abilities and camera types.

For more details or to book a place on any of the workshops please contact me via email: info@rjmphotography.com


A new addition to the regular workshops are ongoing short notice landscape workshops (usually 24/48 hours).

Capturing landscape images with subject interest, great light and that wow factor involves a degree of planning. Finding locations, choosing weather conditions, choosing the best time of day, checking sunrise/sunset times, moon positions and tide times are all factors essential for being in the right place at the right time. I constantly monitor all of the above factors for my own work in order to increase my chances of getting the best images. Based on these factors there a optimum times for shooting all locations. The workshops will be anything from one to three hours in duration and will be priced accordingly. All locations will be local to the Worthing/Littlehampton area. Notification of the workshops will be emailed when available.

  • Receive last minute landscape email or text notification

  • Shoot with the best conditions

  • Discover new locations

  • Discover new techniques

  • Advice & tips on the day

Images from past workshops can be viewed on the workshops Flickr site here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/rjmphotoworkshops/

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