Kase Filters UK Workshops

Upcoming events and workshops by or in association with Kase UK

Many of our Pro Partners and Associates run photographic workshops. We are very proud to be able to support our photographers and wider community by providing opportunities to learn and expand your photographic knowledge.

Skye Photo Academy – Isle of Skye – Various – Ongoing

With our award-winning team of professional photographers, they are the biggest photography workshop and tour company on the Isle of Skye. Lots of choice on workshops, and of course you can see and try Kase Filters.

Neil Burnell – Various 1 to 1 and groups – Ongoing

Want to know how our Multi Award Winning ambassador Neil Burnell produces his stunning work, then make sure you book one of his workshops…

Alex Hare – Various 1 to 1 and groups – Ongoing

Alex runs both great individual and also great joint workshops in various locations, make sure you check them all out on the link, and also of course you can check out Kase Filters whilst there.

Phil Starkey – 1 to 1 and couples – Ongoing

Phil Starkey is an established landscape photographer working within Dartmoor National Park in Devon. Her landscape style is open and calming and she also enjoys the creative genre of international camera movement, all of course whilst using Kase Filters.

Alan Howe – Devon Landscape Photography – 1 to 1 and couples – Ongoing

Alan runs his workshops out of Plymouth UK. Please check out his website for details here.
You will be able to test and see Kase Filters in action.

James Grant – Peak District and Beyond – 1 to 1 and groups – Ongoing

James Grant is a professional landscape photographer who specialises and loves all things mountains, hills and coast. Oh, and of course he is a Kase Filters user too. He runs workshops all over UK for groups, and also does 1 to 1 tuition.

Stuart McGlennon – Lake District Landscape Photography – 1 to 1 and groups – Ongoing

Stuart is a professional landscape photographer based in the Lake District. Running a successful gallery ‘Lens District’ in Keswick.