Workshop Report – Aysgarth October 2017

Workshop Report – Aysgarth October 2017

With a Met Office weather warning issued, the Saturday itself was thankfully predicted (for the most part) as a dry day!! plus with overcast conditions, we couldn’t have wished for better! However we never expected what we saw at the waterfalls!! Starting our day at the ever welcoming Fox & Hounds in West Burton we […]

Workshop Report – Malham September 2017

Workshop Report – Malham September 2017

So our final Malham workshop of the year had come round once again!  We met as usual in the comfort of the Lister Arms for an introductory chat and a look at some images over tea and coffee before setting out under and overcast sky across the meadows towards the woods and our first stop […]

Workshop Report – Ribblehead September 2017

Workshop Report – Ribblehead September 2017

Whilst stood looking at the Ribblehead Viaduct with Ingleborough in the background, Whernside to the right and Pen-Y-Ghent in the distance on the left, the sun breaking through the clouds and lighting up the surrounding moorland, you’ve just got to think to yourself, Yorkshire is one heck of a spectacular place!!! Anyway, back to the […]

Yorkshire Photography Locations – Haworth Moor and Top Withens

Yorkshire Photography Locations – Haworth Moor and Top Withens

Top Withens is a ruined farmhouse high up on Haworth Moor near the village of Haworth.  This remote location is said to be the inspiration for the Earnshaw house Wuthering Heights in Emily Brontë’s novel.  It’s easy to see how this bleak location could have inspired Emily’s work and no visit to Brontë Country is […]

Workshop Report – Malham August 2017

Workshop Report – Malham August 2017

With a forecast for sunny intervals all day for the Malham area we were hoping for the first dry workshop in a while, but set out in the morning armed with a full stock of umbrellas just in case!  We met as usual in the comfort of the snug at the Lister Arms for an […]

The Letterbox Crop

The Letterbox Crop

Quite often on our workshops we talk about the ‘Letterbox Crop’, particularly when theres perhaps not much going on in the sky or the immediate foreground of a composition. We all view our surroundings from around 5 to 6ft from the ground, so when an image is taken from either a lower or elevated viewpoint it […]

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