Our second Spring visit to Bolton Abbey and Strid wood was now upon us. Although the two workshops are just 4 weeks apart, the woodland changes dramatically. The Bluebells, although there are a few are still around have now made way for the vast carpets of Wild Garlic.Continue reading Workshop Report – Bolton Abbey May 2022
We have officially kicked off the 2022 workshop season with our Aysgarth Falls tour. As I remember previous years we have been through every type or weather in March, including the only workshop we have cancelled due to snow!! This year couldn’t of been more different with bright sunshine, sunburnt faces and clear blue skies. Lovely to walk in and view the glorious Yorkshire countryside, but very difficult to capture the waterfalls!Continue reading Workshop Report – Aysgarth Falls, March 2022
Its been two years since our last workshop visit to Aysgarth, so we were very much looking forward to getting back to some photography at the waterfalls. Forecast was set to be perfect for the day being overcast with little to no wind.Continue reading Workshop Report – Aysgarth October 2021
Our second workshop outing of 2021 and a return visit to Malham. The weather once again forecast as rain all day!!
We met up with the group at the Lister Arms for hot refreshments and our introduction to the workshop, plus our interpretation of what make a great landscape photograph. We describe 5 elements needed to capture the wow image, and one of them being light. Looking outside the pub window, there is little light and heavy summer rain! It’s a hard sell, but bad weather days often give the best opportunity for interesting images, and gaps in the clouds where light does break through is much better than a ‘boring’ bright sunny day for photography.Continue reading Workshop Report – Malham August 2021