Waterfall Photography Workshop - A Weekend in Wales

An amazing 3-day photo tour capturing some of the most stunning highlights of “Waterfall Country”, the Brecon Beacons!


Professional Photo Guide

Transportation (return from London)

Cottage accommodation

Kase filter kits available

Small tour (max 5 participants)

Dates & Times

1) TBA

Fitness Level

Moderate – see info


£395  (own room)

£275 (twin share)


1) available

Waterfall Photography Workshop

Join us on this amazing 3-day photography weekend workshop and caputure the essence and natural beauty of the Brecon Beacons in Wales, also know as “Waterfall Country”.

We’ll travel through the stunning Welsh countryside, where you’ll learn essential skills and techniques to take stunning landscape and waterfall photos.

This workshop caters to all levels, whether you’re a novice or an experienced photographer looking to refine your skills and expand your portfolio.

Photographer on Wales Photography Long Exposure Workshop - Brecon Beacons Waterfall, Sgwd y Bedol

You’ll learn about essential camera settings such as shutter speed, aperture, and we’ll instruct on the importance of using a polariser to reduce the glare on the water, and manipulating the shutter speed using Neutral Density filters, allowing you to take impressive waterfall photographs that you’ll be proud to add to your portfolio.

As always, our tour participants will each have access to a set of award-winning Kase filters!

During the workshop, you’ll have the opportunity to explore some of the most striking waterfalls in the Brecon Beacons.

With our photography workshop, you’ll have a memorable photography experience amidst the stunning Welsh countryside. You’ll leave with a refined set of photography skills and stunning photos of the Brecon Beacons that you’ll treasure for years to come.

Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to refine your photography skills and capture the beauty of the Brecon Beacons through your lens.

We look forward to you joining us on our next Waterfall Photography Workshop in Wales!

Daily Itinerary

UK Photo Tours - Wales Brecon Beacons Waterfalls Workshop - Melincourt waterfall

Day 1 – Depart London, arrive Brecon Beacons

The adventure begins! You and your fellow travellers will be collected by your photo guide from the scheduled meeting point. From there, you’ll begin the journey to the Brecon Beacons in Wales.

We’ll settle into our accommodation, call by the local shops to purchase supplies and snacks, then have a lesson on the importance of using filters in waterfall photography.

Black and white long exposure of waterfallon Elidir trail in Brecon Beacons

Day 2 – Explore the Elidir Trail

The Elidir Trail is a paradise for both nature lovers and photography enthusiasts such as ourselves. The trail features a series of stunning waterfalls that will take your breath away. As you walk along the trail, you’ll be surrounded by lush greenery and a serene atmosphere that will make you feel at peace as well as yearning to get the camera out to capture the scene.

We’ll capture some stunning waterfalls as we work our way along the river, each offer a unique photographic opportunity.

Henrhyd Falls in the Brecon Beacons in Wales - long exposure image from photography workshop

Day 3 – Depart Brecon Beacons, return to London

After breakfast on the third day, we’ll load up and head to a final waterfall before we depart for London.

We’ll break up the journey by stopping at one of the biggest castles in the UK, Caerphilly Castle, then continue on to our first drop off point near Warren Street tube station in central London. The second drop off point will be West Acton tube station.

Photographer takes picture at Sgwd Gwladys waterfall on workshop in the Brecon Beacons in Wales
Recommended Equipment
  • Wide angle lens – 16-35mm, 10-24mm, 14-24mm
  • Walk around/kit lens – 18-55mm, 24-70mm, 24-105mm
  • Longer focal length lens – 70-200mm
  • Tripod
  • Extra Batteries
  • Battery Charger (we have charging facilities on our vehicle)
  • Extra memory cards
  • ND Filters – optional/recommended for long exposures during the day – we have multiple sets of Kase ND filters available to borrow (please let me know the filter thread size of your lenses prior to the workshop)
  • Shutter trigger (wired trigger recommended)
  • Full wet weather gear – just in case! 
  • Knee high rain boots (Wellington boots) are essential to explore our locations.

A full packing list will be provided prior to the tour.

Included / Not included
  • Included:
    • Professional photo guide & tuition.
    • Return transportation fom London in our comfortable 8 seat vehicle.
    • Accommodation – Cottage/apartment.  There may be supplements for Premium rooms (if available).
    • Use of complimentary Kase filter kits if required
    • Battery charging facilities in vehicle

    Not included:

    • Personal & travel insurance
    • Food & drink
    • Travel to start point or from end point of tour.
    • Anything not specified as “Included”
Where we'll meet
The collection point for the tour is outside West Acton Station at 10:30 am.

West Action Station is on the Ealing Broadway branch of the Central Line.  Postcode is W3 0DS.

The return journey will have two drop-off points.  The first is in central London, close to Warren Street, Euston Square, Euston, & Great Portland Street tube stations.

The second drop-off point will be West Acton Tube Station.

We expect to return to London around 3-4 pm.


I just wanted to thank you again for a wonderful trip which I thoroughly enjoyed.

I have learned so much on this trip – taking the most amazing photos! I had so much help which I am very grateful for.

If you do another trip I would love to join you again!

Debbie A.

Many thanks for a wonderful trip last week, I really enjoyed it and have taken away so much 😊.

I’m about 80% through post processing, it’s really difficult to choose as there are so many great shots!

I’ve been considering buying Kase filters too!

Siu C.


Dion Hitchcock - Photo Tour Guide

Dion Hitchcock

Dion is an expat Australian based in London, United Kingdom. A prodigious traveller, after visiting 40+ countries he decided it was high time to learn about photography so he could better document his travels and quickly caught “the bug”. He became involved in several camera clubs assisting them running workshops and now runs his own, including in the UK, Iceland, and his home country of Australia. A qualified pharmacist, he’s now swapped helping patients and teaching pharmacy students for helping clients with both the technical aspects and artistic side of photography. Although an unconventional transition, he sees this as a natural progression as both of his parents are artists who instilled in him an appreciation of the beauty of the wondrous world around us.

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