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Land's End, Cornwall, by photographer William Gray


One of the best destinations for landscape photography anywhere in the world, Cornwall has everything from dramatic seascapes to ancient monuments, wild moors and mysterious woods.

Cornwall is one of the locations for my one-to-one and small-group photography workshops. The wonderful light – constantly changing at the whim of Atlantic fronts – is a magnet to artists and photographers alike. I've been exploring the county for as long as I can remember and, although I have my favourite spots for photography (like Trebarwith, Kynance Cove, Botallack and Lizard Point), there are plenty of lesser-known places to discover. In recent years, I've enjoyed delving into the beech woods at Kennall Vale and looking for the perfect composition among the 'dinosaur egg' boulders at Porth Nanven.


On my workshops, I'll take you to little-known coves and iconic viewpoints, ensuring you're in the right place at the right time to capture stunning seascapes, amazing clifftop scenery and often-overlooked coastal details. During May, wildflowers carpet the cliff tops; autumn sees golden colours burnishing the beech woods of Bodmin's river valleys, while winter promises feisty weather – perfect for moody seascapes.

Find out more about my workshops here.

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