Eastbourne and Seven Sisters Weekender
- Meet at Eastbourne station and head to our accommodation to drop bags
- After a quick landscape photography lesson we'll jump into a taxi to the start of our walk.
- Take a stroll across the top of the iconic Seven Sisters cliffs.
- Stop along the way for lunch in a cliff-top cafe.
- Capture images of spectacular views of Beachy Head and Cuckmere Haven
- Head back to our accommodation in Eastbourne to freshen up.
- Dinner and a review of the day's images in a cosy pub.
- An early start to stroll east along the seafront, capturing the morning light on the town beach and marina
- After a light lunch and a short photography lesson we'll set off on a photographic scavenger hunt, taking in some of Eastbourne's charms. From the elegance of the Victorian pier and bandstand to the seaside-resort kitsch of amusement arcades and souvenir shops, we're sure to capture some great photos.
- Back to the station for our train home.
- Expert tuition and worksheets for the weekend
- Road transport to the start and end of the walk
- Carefully planned itinerary with Frui's guidance of the best areas to shoot from
- Photo feedback session
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11 – 13 October 2019 – £310 £150 Ross & Wye Weekender
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26 – 27 October 2019 – £380 £180 Eastbourne and Seven Sisters Weekender
2 – 3 November 2019 – £250 £120 Battle Bonfire Weekender
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