Coming soon for Winter 2020…..
A frequently overlooked part of the UK. Experience the remote beauty of the beaches and castles of the Northumberland Coast.
Who knows, we might even catch a dusting of early winter snow.
Led by George Blonsky, formerly a contributing photographer to Gamma Presse Agency in Paris as well as The Cover Story picture agency in Amsterdam. His editorial work has appeared in many magazines around the world including Royal Geographical Magazine, GEO Magazine, London Metro, Daily Mail, BBC, The Free Press, Journal Du Dimanche, Le Point, and Marianne.Accredited photographer to the Olympic and Paralympic Games including Athens in 2004 and the London Paralympic Games in 2012.
Each day, our goal is to support your drone flying, photography, and videography, in order to ensure that whatever your experience and expertise when you arrive on the Masterclass, every day will be fun, exciting, and full of learning opportunities.
The program schedule is designed to be flexible. The initial briefing session will include a jumpstart to taking better images, but assuming the weather is good, the plan is to be out flying. If the weather is unkind we will return to base where we can have more detailed tutorial sessions, review images taken and look at professional video and image editing image software.
We will have our £6,000 Matrice 200 drone with us, which is entirely waterproof. Clients will be welcome to fly and film using this during this Masterclass. Clients are also encouraged to bring conventional cameras since there will be plenty of opportunity for traditional photography. Most of the same principles apply whether the camera in the air or on the ground and being good with a normal camera is a huge benefit when it comes to using a drone.
- Daily landscape and drone-photography masterclasses with George Blonsky.
- Maximum group size 6
- Expert flying support from your PhantomFlightSchool PfCO qualified pilot
- All transport during the trip in our comfortable minibus
- Fly our waterproof £6,000 Matrice 200 drone if it rains
- Expert advice on post-production in Lightroom / Photoshop / iMovie, if the weather is poor
What’s not included:
- Meals & drinks not mentioned