This workshop can run in association with the Dordogne photo workshop.
Based in the impressive medieval town of Sarlat, we'll discover the castles, villages and landscape of the Périgord.
Here's a brief outline of the workshop with a list of some of the locations we'll photograph.
Domme: At dawn, the view from the top of the cliffs is magnificent. The village is full of typical Périgordian architecture.
Chateau de Beynac: Once home to Richard the Lion heart, the castle sits above the Dordogne river and dominates the valley below.
Roque-Gageac: The village was built along the banks of the Dordogne river and the sandstone buildings look stunning at sunset when reflected in the calm water.
Chateau de Montfort: Perched on the edge of a steep cliff with the river below, it is an exceptional feat of engineering and looks magical at sunrise.
Sarlat: The medieval architecture is a masterpiece, particularly around the main square after sunset.
A typical day will involve a sunrise shoot followed by breakfast. We'll then visit different villages and castles whilst looking out for any interesting landscape. After lunch, we'll have a rest and then continue to discover the region, ending the day at different sunset locations, before enjoying some delicious local cuisine.