Posted by Sam Oakes on February 27, 2012
Do you enjoy outdoor photography but feel you could get more from your pictures? Do you love walking and want to capture memories of your favourite strolls? Or are you simply looking for an enjoyable, educational day out with a difference?
If so, these group photography workshops run by professional photographers Sam Oakes and Mark Sunderland may be for you!
Sam and Mark are both keen walkers and have enjoyed the ample photography experiences the Yorkshire and UK countryside has to offer for many years – which is reflected in each of their impressive professional portfolios.
Now they have teamed up to offer rewarding full-day photography workshops at a number of Yorkshire’s most enigmatic locations, to help those wanting to develop their photographic skills so that each fulfilling countryside walk can be captured in images to treasure for years to come.
They will teach you composition, exposure and how to get the most from your camera, out of auto mode. The day starts with tea and coffee and a full briefing at one of Yorkshire’s traditional pubs or tea rooms, and then we head out and spend the whole day walking and taking pictures. Because it is such a full day, you will need to bring plenty of drinking water and a packed lunch. For those who want to discuss the day’s adventures in more depth, it’s back to the pub afterwards for a pint! After all, what’s a day’s walking without a stop-off at one of the county’s quaintest rest stops?
Expect a bit of walking, lots of adventure, bags of advice and the ever predictable English weather.
Read more: Small Group Tours in the Yorkshire Dales