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Natural Light Workshops On Tour: Whitby Photographic Society

Natural Light Workshops On Tour: Whitby Photographic Society

  We’re pleased to announce that we’ll be giving a talk entitled Natural Light – Photographing The Landscape at Whitby Photographic Society later this month. We’ll be taking the essence of a Natural Light workshop and cramming it into a one hour lecture, followed by a question and answer session.  We hope to see some […]

The New Natural Light Photography Workshops Website is Here!

The New Natural Light Photography Workshops Website is Here!

  We’ve been working hard to get our new website up and running for the start of our 2012 workshops season and we’re pleased to announce that it’s now ready!  We hope you like the new design and would be grateful for your feedback. As well as featuring our Yorkshire Dales workshops at Aysgarth, Bolton […]

Photographing Water in the Landscape – Rivers and Waterfalls

Photographing Water in the Landscape – Rivers and Waterfalls

  Moving water has to be one of my favourite landscape subjects, so I consider myself very lucky to live so close to the Yorkshire Dales with its numerous rivers and waterfalls. And possibly the greatest thing about shooting moving water is that it works best under diffused or flat lighting, so if I find […]

Autumn Landscape Photography at Strid Wood in Wharfedale

Autumn Landscape Photography at Strid Wood in Wharfedale

  My first visit to Strid Wood was on a junior school field trip with Mrs Barnes’ class. I was about 10 at the time, so I guess that was around 1973. I was enthralled by the stories of people dicing with death trying to step across the raging torrent of The Strid, and descending […]

Get to know your camera and turn off Auto Mode

Get to know your camera and turn off Auto Mode

  Getting the exposure of each image you make just right is the technical part of photography – but don’t be put off; just like driving a car anyone can learn it. Understanding exposure will allow you to tell your camera what you want from it, rather than letting it make decisions for you. During the workshop we’ll cover […]

See the landscape differently and change how you capture images forever

See the landscape differently and change how you capture images forever

  With a good understanding of exposure this will free up more time for you to concentrate on the artistic side of landscape photography.  We’ll start your workshop with a short talk (with examples) covering the key elements that go into making a great landscape photograph, and follow these up in the field throughout the […]

Learn Lightroom and Photoshop techniques to create fine art prints

Learn Lightroom and Photoshop techniques to create fine art prints

  Once you have your perfectly exposed image you’re nearly there.  By applying a few basic adjustments to ensure correct tonal range, contrast and saturation you’ll have an image worthy of exhibition. On each of our day workshops we offer an optional post-processing session the following day where we cover a couple of alternate workflows for fine tuning […]

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