Workshop Report: Bolton Abbey May 2013

Workshop Report: Bolton Abbey May 2013

The week prior to the workshop was spent with an eagle eye on the weather forecast! This went from heavy rain all day, to light rain all day, back to heavy rain all day. In preparation we went to the local sports shop to pick up a job lot of umbrellas, which prompted some unusual […]

Focus on Malham

Focus on Malham

  The landscape around Malham in the Yorkshire Dales provides a wealth of opportunities for the landscape photographer year round.  In this article we’ll look at some of the highlights that we cover in our Malham and Gordale Scar landscape photography workshop.   Janet’s Foss is a delightful waterfall tucked away in woodland just a […]

Workshop Report: Bolton Abbey April 2013

Workshop Report: Bolton Abbey April 2013

  Just a week after our delayed Aysgarth workshop we were setting off on the first of our spring workshops at Bolton Abbey and Strid Wood in Wharefdale, one of my favourite areas in the Yorkshire Dales.  We started the day as always with a chat about photography and the day ahead over tea and […]

Workshop Report: Aysgarth April 2013

Workshop Report: Aysgarth April 2013

  It was with the greatest regret that we had to cancel the very first workshop of 2013 to Aysgarth due to what could only be described as a huge amount of snow. It was the end of March and could not have been predicted, however we were able to reschedule for the weekend just […]

Focus On Swaledale

Focus On Swaledale

A journey from Gunnerside up to Keld in Upper Swaledale provides so many great subjects for the landscape photographer.  In this article we’ll look at some of the highlights which we cover on our weekend workshop. Images of the geometric patterns of dry stone walls and lush green grass at Gunnerside are perhaps the most […]

Yorkshire Coast Photography Part Two – Robin Hood’s Bay

Yorkshire Coast Photography Part Two – Robin Hood’s Bay

Located within the North York Moors National Park just 5 miles south of Whitby and 15 miles north of Scarborough, Robin Hood’s Bay is a gem for any photographer any time of year. The town has been an important fishing village from the 1500s and is a maze of tiny streets, which was used by […]

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