Get Creative! Bath Photo Workshop

Date: Sat. 18 November 2017
Time: 10am to 4:30pm
Location: Bath City Center / The Guild Coworking Hub
Group Size: Maximum 8 participants + two workshop leaders

What will the workshop involve?

This workshop will both hone your camera skills and help you flex your creative muscles.

During the morning “Photography Toolbox” session we will look at camera settings, and some principles of exposure and composition. In the afternoon “Get Creative!” session we’ll work on creative assignments.

Throughout the day we’ll be heading out into UNESCO world heritage Bath to put some new skills to use. There will also be time for photo review, one-on-one tuition, and a chance to meet with other like-minded photographers.

The indoor part of the workshop will take place in The Guild, a co-working hub in Bath’s historic Guildhall. The workshop will include coffee and lunch at a nearby Bath eatery.

Who is the workshop for?

This workshop is aimed at advanced beginner to intermediate photographers. To get the most out of the workshop we recommend a working familiarity with the principles of shutter speed, aperture and white balance.


Tony McNicol

Tony grew up in Bath and has spent over 15 years working in the UK and Japan as a photojournalist and travel photographer. His photos have been published in media such as the Guardian, Daily Telegraph, Wired Magazine and National Geographic News. He has worked on assignment photographing everything from Arctic ice-flows to Tibetan bee farmers to sumo wrestlers training. Since founding the Bath Photo Tour in 2015 he has run approximately 50 private photo tours for visiting and local photographers.

See here for some of Tony’s recent work.

Ben Brain

Benedict Brain is a Bath-based photographer and artist. He graduated with a degree in photography from Derby School of Art, 1991 (now University of Derby) where he was tutored, inspired and influenced by John Blakemore and Olivier Richon. Benedict is also an award-winning journalist and balances his creative life with a day job as editor of Britain’s best-selling consumer photography magazine, Digital Camera Magazine.

See here for some of Ben’s recent work.

How to book

To book please use the below contact form or email We will reply promptly with reservation and payment details. (Please quote an discount code.)

The cost for the workshop is £120. This workshop is limited to 8 participants. Places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis!