Bootlace Walking Holidays
estd. 1995

❖ Spectacular mountain walks in Spain and Morocco ❖
Bootlace walking holidays
Photography with Andy Beel FRPS

Photography workshops based in Andalucia led by Andy Beel, FRPS

Alpujarra workshop: 26 Nov – 2 Dec 2018
Andalucia: Ronda, Seville & Cadiz: 25 Nov – 02 Dec 2019
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- naranjas y flores, Granada -

Come and see, learn and practice new skills with Andy Beel, Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society, an experienced, energetic and enthusiastic professional photographer and workshop leader

A photographic workshop is a great opportunity to benefit your photographic training whether you are working in colour or mono, as a beginner or an experienced photographer.

These workshops are part of a series developed by Andy to help enhance photographic practice, assisting learning, growth and encouraging participants to flourish as creative photographers. The workshop offers technical, composition and post-processing skills and knowledge enhancement.

The general atmosphere of Andy's workshops are friendly, relaxed and informative. He'll be around at all times to offer photographic guidance and assistance. The number of participants is limited to a maximum of 7, so you can soak up all the skills and knowledge that you need.

For more information about Andy and for booking - How to See Photographically Workshop

and The Craft of Photographic Seeing Workshop

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- detail from a flamenco class, Capileira -
Comments: - what people have said about walking and their holidays with Bootlace:
"When you walk, you are in touch with the earth, with nature, the wasps, the insects, everything. In a car or a train or a plane, you are disconnected. You walk to connect yourself." — Satish Kumar

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