The Giant's Causeway, Northern Ireland

Tuesday 1st - Saturday 5th October 2024.

The Giant's Causeway and the Antrim Coast in Northern Ireland provides a remarkable opportunity to capture the beauty of a unique and dramatic landscape. This stunning region is renowned for its geological wonders, rugged cliffs, scenic coastal views, and rich cultural heritage, making it a haven for photographers seeking to capture awe-inspiring images.

Photographing the Giant's Causeway and the Antrim Coast provides a multitude of opportunities for capturing breathtaking images. From the geometric wonders of the Giant's Causeway to the rugged cliffs, idyllic harbours, and cultural landmarks along the coast, this region offers a diverse range of subjects for photographers to explore. By immersing themselves in the unique atmosphere of this enchanting landscape, photographers can create compelling visual narratives that showcase the beauty and grandeur of the Giant's Causeway and the Antrim Coast.


Starting with the Giant's Causeway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this natural wonder is a photographer's paradise. Comprising thousands of hexagonal basalt columns formed by ancient volcanic activity, the Giant's Causeway offers an array of compositional opportunities. The Giant’s causeway is at the core of this trip and we will make multiple visits so that we can capture it in a variety of conditions, tides and differing light.


Moving along the Antrim Coast, we will encounter a series of breathtaking locations such as Ballintoy Harbour. Nestled amidst rugged cliffs, this picturesque fishing harbour offers a charming subject with its colourful boats, quaint cottages, and stunning views out to sea. The contrast between the azure waters, the jagged coastline, and the vibrant fishing community creates a captivating scene that offers the photographer many opportunities for a variety of imagery.

Continuing our journey, the Antrim Coast unveils pristine sandy beaches such as Whitepark Bay and Portstewart Strand. These sweeping coastlines, with their golden sands and rolling dunes, offer a tranquil and serene setting for capturing the beauty of nature.

As we continue to explore the Antrim Coast, we will encounter other highlights such as the magnificent Dunluce Castle, perched dramatically on a clifftop, or the village of Cushendun with its charming whitewashed cottages. Each of these locations offers unique subjects for capturing the historic, architectural, and cultural aspects of the area.



£1875.00 per person.


Tuesday 1st October - Saturday 5th October 2024.


14.00 on Tuesday 1st October until 11.00 on Saturday 5th October 2024.


  • Four night's accomodation with breakfast and dinner.

  • Expert tuition and guidance.

  • Full location transport.

  • Transfers from and to the airport if agreed in advance.


  • Flights.

  • Lunches.

  • Bar bill, Insurance.


  • Warm waterproof clothing and good footwear are essential as a degree of walking may be required, and unfortunately, we cannot guarantee the weather.

  • Transport will be provided to all the locations.

  • Please bring your own camera equipment and tripod.

  • A reasonable degree of physical fitness is required as some locations may involve a short walk on rough terrain.

  • Insurance is not included. Please make sure you have appropriate travel and medical insurance.

Please note

  • £500.00 non refundable deposit payable.

  • Balance payable 6 weeks before workshop.



If you have any questions, require further information or would like to book a place on the workshop please contact Jeremy Walker on 07974 913676 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.