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Cornwall Photography Courses

Updated: Jul 14

Cornwall is a county on the southwest tip of England covering 1376 square miles with a population of around 575,000. It’s famous for its towering cliffs, picturesque harbours and villages, wild moorlands and sprawling sandy beaches. Home to the Eden Project, Land’s End, The Lost Gardens of Heligan and The Minack open -air Theatre (to name but a few) Cornwall has a lot to offer the photographer.

Cornwall Coastline by Richard Norris

As with all photography it really does depend on what your particular interest is when deciding where to go. For those heading to Cornwall we would say that the following genres of photography stand out:

  • Landscape Photography

  • Seascape Photography

  • Historic architecture

  • Wildlife Photography

This list is by no means exhaustive, but we feel that these genres come to the fore.

To give you a flavour of what Cornwall has to offer take a look at the following mages.


Land's End by Ian Niemanski
Lost Gardens Of Heligan by Dawidx
Eden Project by Roman Grac
Typical Cornish Harbour by Gaz Chapp
Derelict mining tower by Richard Norris
St Ives by Roman Grac
Minack Theatre by Klaus Stebani
Bodmin Moor by Richard Norris
St. Michael's Mount by Falco

We hope this blog has given you a sense of what to expect from a trip to Cornwall, we'd certainly recommend it. And if you're thinking of booking onto a photography course whilst there then we have 19 course providers listed in the area, you can search through them here.


Have fun and happy photographing!


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