Ready to pho­to­graph fish­ing vil­lages and clifftop coast­lines, two read­ers join Lau­ren Scott in North Corn­wall. Find out how they rise to the photo tips and chal­lenges on the day...

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Take a scenic tour of north Corn­wall

Reader 1 Liz Kessler Cam­era: Olym­pus OM-D E-M10 Mark II Lo­ca­tion: St Ives, Corn­wall

Au­thor Liz has writ­ten over 20 books for chil­dren and young adults. She has al­ways loved the ocean: when she’s not think­ing about her next story idea, she pho­tographs surfers on the beaches of St Ives. Liz used her light­weight Olym­pus mir­ror­less sys­tem on our shoot, mean­ing she was able to move about very quickly when de­tails caught her eye. Liz re­cently dab­bled with the Olym­pus E-M1 Mark II, but be­lieves the best cam­era is the one you have in your hand. Dur­ing the day, she was keen to ex­plore fun per­spec­tives at the places we vis­ited.

Reader 2 Lucie Aver­ill Cam­era: Canon EOS 5D Mark III Lo­ca­tion: Near Marazion, Corn­wall

For­mer teacher Lucie has been shooting for over 13 years, and is fas­ci­nated by the way the chang­ing sea­sons, weather and light con­tin­u­ally re­de­fine a fa­mil­iar place. Liv­ing in west Corn­wall, her im­ages are a re­sponse to the land­scape around her. Lucie’s in­ter­est in pho­tog­ra­phy was sparked at the dawn of the dig­i­tal pho­tog­ra­phy era when she got her first point-and-shoot, but af­ter buy­ing a DSLR, she taught her­self how to work man­u­ally. On the shoot, Lucie was par­tic­u­larly drawn to clouds, reflections and pat­terns, of­ten us­ing long ex­po­sures for a painterly ap­proach.­cieaver­illpho­tog­ra­

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