Landscape Photography Workshop

Landscape Photography Workshop – Peak District National Park, UK.

My landscape photography workshops will show you the very best locations the Peak District has to offer, from the iconic viewpoints to the hidden gems. You will learn how to compose and capture a portfolio of stunning images that you can really be proud of.

You can see an extensive gallery of my Peak District Landscape Photography here.

About the Peak District

The Peak District National Park boasts some of the finest views the UK has to offer. From rolling hills to jagged outcrops, it has it all. The Peak District covers an area of 555 sq miles and was the first of Britain’s 15 national parks, founded in 1951. Surrounded by several major cities, it’s one of the most popular and accessible national parks in the world, and for good reason.  

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Fitness difficulty:

Easy to Difficult (Location Dependent)

Varying length (location dependent) walks along uneven and sometimes boggy ground.


All Year Round



This workshop is available all year.



Full Day Workshop

6 hours // £80 deposit


1-2-1 Workshop


1-2 Workshop (per participant)


4 hours // £60 deposit


1-2-1 Workshop


1-2 Workshop (per participant)

Reduced or extended workshops are available on request.

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What do my guests think?


Francis took me on a workshop in Hope Valley just outside Sheffield. It was perfect from start to finish. Not only is he fully knowledgeable in his craft, he is great to work with. After 5 minutes I felt I had known him for years. He took me to fantastic locations and give me instruction on how to take wonderful images with the prevailing conditions. Any question was answered quickly and clearly and at my level. I also had some Post Processing instruction with him which I highly recommend. Francis gave me a practical lesson on how to bring the best out of my images. We used one of his images and then worked on several of mine that I had taken earlier. My wife, my biggest critic, has now said my photos are now longer flat and boring but they pop out at you. That’s the best praise I could ask for. I look forward to having another workshop with Francis.


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What can you expect?

As an award-winning professional photographer with extensive local knowledge, I run all of my photography workshops personally. My aim is simple; to inspire and encourage you to take your photography to the next level whilst taking in some of the finest scenery the UK has to offer. 

You can expect stunning views at every turn. From the limestone dales of the White Peak to the wild gritstone moorlands and edges of the Dark Peak, my landscape photography workshops will teach you to compose stunning landscape photographs.

During the day you will learn the essential skills needed to produce beautiful landscape photography. From composition and camera settings to working with the light and the use of filters, the day is tailored to your needs. Whether you’re a complete beginner or an experienced photographer, I will show you tips and techniques that will enhance your photography.

Recommended equipment

  • DSLR, mirrorless or bridge camera (Phone and compact cameras may also be suitable!)
  •  A sturdy tripod is essential. 
  • A wide angle or standard zoom lens (bridge, compact or even mobile cameras are also fine!)
  •  A telephoto lens is also highly recommended.

 Additional information

Due to the nature of the locations we may be hiking up steep and uneven ground to reach the viewpoints. A decent pair of walking boots is essential and waterproof clothing is strongly recommended. 

Please visit the FAQ’s section for more information on what to bring.


Landscape Photography Workshop