Budding photographers invited to attend heritage-inspired photography walkPosted on: 14 Oct 2019
It’s no secret that Bristol is full of fantastic photo opportunities - now it's time to take advantage of it all.
From the cobbled street of Clifton to the vibrant street art of Stokes Croft, there are lots of places to capture that perfect shot - assuming you know a thing or two about cameras, that is.
Are you a budding photographer based here in Bristol? Do you want to brush up on your photography skills and find new inspirations? If so, keep reading.
On Friday 18 October, there’s a heritage and photography walk happening right here in Bristol.
Led by a heritage expert and professional photographer, the walking tour invites budding photographers to broaden their skills and seek out new subjects, taking inspiration from the city’s areas of historical interest.
Kicking off at 15:00, the walking tour allows aspiring photographers to learn helpful hints and tricks about making the most out of their camera and surrounding landscapes, whilst learning about the heritage of the walk’s photographic subjects.
The walk is due to last around 45 minutes and will begin in Castle Park, following a circular route around Bristol. Photographers must bring along their own camera and equipment and are advised to pack light.
Organised by Wessex Archaeology, the one-off event is part of a short programme for The Big Draw, using heritage as inspiration for creativity and wellbeing.
Wessex Archaeology is a registered educational charity, aiming to raise awareness of the value of cultural heritage for its social, economic and cultural benefits. All proceeds from the walk will be used for public benefit initiatives.
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