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Workshop Report – Aysgarth June 2017

Workshop Report – Aysgarth June 2017

With a forecast for persistent rain throughout the day we arrived at West Burton armed with sufficient umbrellas for the whole group and settled in to the comfort of the Fox and Hounds for teas and coffees over our introductory chat and a look at some example images giving ideas about subject selection, light and […]

Workshop Report – Bolton Abbey May 2017

Workshop Report – Bolton Abbey May 2017

With a forecast for a fine morning but potentially heavy rain in the afternoon we set out for our second spring Bolton Abbey workshop with a good selection of umbrellas to allow photography to continue in wet conditions, safe in the knowledge that a bit of overcast weather in the woods would provide good light […]

Workshop Report – Malham March 2017

Workshop Report – Malham March 2017

With the prospect of a very mild and sunny spring day ahead we set off for Malham for our second workshop of 2017. Meeting in the comfort of the snug at the Lister Arms we had our introductory talk and a look at some example images over tea and coffee before setting out across the […]

Spring Woodland Photography

Spring Woodland Photography

Although it’s still rather chilly and there’s a howling gale blowing outside as I write this, our new workshop season is now just a couple of weeks away and we’re looking forward to getting out for a bit of spring photography after a winter of workshop hibernation! There are already a few interesting subjects springing […]

A New Workshop for 2017!

A New Workshop for 2017!

We’re very pleased to announce that we have a new workshop to add to out schedule in 2017! Entitled Stainforth Waterfalls and Peaks this new easy to medium walk starts at the village of Stainforth in Ribblesdale and takes in two stunning but very different waterfalls and Winskill Stones, a rugged area of limestone pavement […]

Yorkshire Photography Locations – Studley Royal

Yorkshire Photography Locations – Studley Royal

Studley Park is a large estate on the River Skell to the west of Ripon most famous for the magnificent Fountains Abbey and water gardens (National Trust) which are worth a visit, but in autumn the open access Deer Park in the north of the estate is well worth a look, not only for the […]

Our Workshop Year 2016

Our Workshop Year 2016

As our 2016 season of workshops has now come to a close we’re turning our attention to planning for 2017, but I thought a quick look back at our sixth year of workshops would be in order first! Our visits to Malham proved to be as rewarding as ever throughout the year. It’s always a […]

Workshop Report – Malham October 2016

Workshop Report – Malham October 2016

Despite a midweek weather forecast of heavy rain, Saturday morning arrived with pleasant early autumn weather and a revised forecast for a dry day so we were somewhat happier about the prospect of the day’s photography ahead as we settled in to the snug at the Lister Arms for our introductory talk and slide-show over […]

Photographing Autumn Colours in Yorkshire

Photographing Autumn Colours in Yorkshire

Despite the recent mini-heatwave there are definite hints of autumn in the air with the nights drawing in and one or two lovely morning mists – lovely for the landscape photographer at least, not necessarily the commuter! Autumn has to be my favourite time for landscape photography and the period of optimum autumn colour never […]

The Yorkshire Dales – National Parks Week

The Yorkshire Dales – National Parks Week

This week is National Parks Week, an annual celebration of Britain’s most beautiful landscapes, so we though we should mark the occasion with a little celebration of our own of the Yorkshire Dales – our nearest national park and the location of all of our workshops! Think of the Dales and often the first thing […]

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