Peak District Photography Products for Retailers
Phil Sproson Photography provides local scene greeting cards, specialising in Peak District Photography, with products such as postcards, calendars, fridge magnets, keyrings and mounted prints to many shops in the Peak District and surrounding areas. Please feel free to contact me to chat about stocking my products, or, if you want to know where a local stockist is, I will be delighted to help.
Do get in touch if you want to stock Phil Sproson Photography products or want to know about nearest stockists.
I work with Villager Jim very closely to deliver Peak District Photography Experience Days. These are perfect for anyone who has an interest in photography and wants to improve their skills – and also those who enjoy spending the day exploring the beautiful countryside of the Peak District!
It doesn’t matter what level you are at because this photography experience can be enjoyed by both beginners and those with more experience. You will be surprised with our small group photography workshops, at just how far you can come in one day. In a group of no more than 3 people, you will explore the beautiful Peak District National Park and go to places that I know which will work for the given conditions of the day. You’ll be taking amazing photographs of the gorgeous Peak District and you will go home with your own memories of the day as well as a full memory card.
This is a hugely enjoyable photography day, you will learn a lot, get to socialise with like-minded people and enjoy beautiful Peak District surroundings.
This is the perfect Peak District photography experience gift for any budding photographer or just a superb day out to enjoy as a treat to yourself. The Peak District Photography Experience Day will begin at 10:00 am in Ashford-in-the-Water and come to an end at around 16:00 pm. I am available throughout the day to answer any questions you may have and to make sure you get the best from your camera. The day includes goodies worth £30, but you will need to click the link to read more about what Villager Jim and I offer.
Peak District Photography Experience Days
A mid-week day in mid October, we were blessed with the most idyllic weather and photography conditions. A day that began at 10am and in a totally unrushed way came to a close at 5pm and I didn’t know where the time had gone! The guidance from Phil of both camera and the environment we were in was so rich and full… the day had a feel about it akin to being on a meditative retreat within which photography was the theme. Thank you Phil for facilitating such a special and memorable day – and then the follow-up email that included a description of the places we had visited and the various learning points that arose, invaluable reference. Could not have wished or hoped for more!
Kase Filters Workshops
I offer sunrise and sunset landscape photography workshops for those that want to experience the high-quality Kase Filter Wolverine Series of professional glass filters. These almost unbreakable graduated filters offer cast free results, little flare because of their coating, scratch resistance, and they can be dropped and they are almost unbreakable. These sessions are one-to-one and you can try out these amazing filters for yourself, fitted to your own camera. I host these sessions in the Hope Valley, Mam Tor and Winnats Pass for sunrises and at the other end of the Hope Valley for sunset sessions including locations such as Higger Tor, Carhead Rocks or Millstone Edge. The filters are an investment, this is quality glass that you put in front of your lens, and you may have spent a lot to get the best results from the lens.
Let’s talk about a landscape photography one-to-one, start here and contact me.
Recent photography work…
Almost unbreakable Kase Wolverine filters are amazing. I have, over the years dropped a fair number of filters and seen them break. Now that I am using the Kase Filters Wolverine Series I have had a couple of accidental drops but thankfully I have been
The Hathersage Hurtle is an exciting new running and walking event in the Hope Valley for 2017 and from its' huge success it will become a date for the diary for many walkers and runners for years to come. I was very honoured to be selected as the Hurtle's
A little about my recent commission. Minibus Options are one of the leading wheelchair accessible minibus suppliers in the UK. Formed in 1986, this company that is based in Whaley Bridge has supplied over 5000 minibusses to many organisations all over the United Kingdom. The
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Recently I have been commissioned by the Yorkshire Bridge Inn, a member of the Peak District Premier Cottages network that is located rnext to the great Ladybower Reservoir. The brief, to capture all aspects of their business. Starting with the public house and its various rooms
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I was recently commissioned by Felicity and David Brown of Hoe Grange Holidays to photograph their brand new glamping pods with the brief to show off the natural beauty of the location in the Peak District countryside, but also, and importantly to show the spacious living