Yorkshire Dales: Barns, Meadows, Waterfalls
We will be based in and around Swaledale affording us the opportunity to explore the wild flower meadows, dry-stone walls, and barns around Muker, Thwaite, and Keld, as well as getting all creative with water at Wain Wath Force, Currack Force and the spectacular Aysgarth Falls. At this time of year the flower meadows will be at their peak filling our lenses with a rich variety embracing the nature of North Yorkshire.
Participants will be responsible for their own travel, parking, and accommodation (if required) costs.
The workshop fee excludes any personal or equipment Insurance.
A non-refundable deposit of £125 is required to secure your place. If the workshop is cancelled, all monies paid, including the deposit, will be refunded. No further liability can be accepted. The participant is responsible for their own travel, accommodation, food and insurance costs. We can advise on accommodation, if required.
The focus of the workshop will be to encourage the participants to think about their approach, and to be sure about the "story" they are trying to tell. During the workshop we will also provide guidance on camera settings, filtration and setup, as well as techniques to improve your compositions. You will receive a brief questionnaire before the workshop to allow us to tailor the content towards what you wish to learn.
£375 for a single attendee
£125 deposit payable in advance
Balance to be paid 6 weeks prior to workshop date
22nd-24th June 2017
Spaces: Up to 8 people per workshop
Duration: 3 days
Tuition and guidance for the full three days, and remotely after the workshop as required via email or phone
What to bring
Camera, tripod (highly recommended), accessories (spare battery, etc), selection of lenses, filters (ND grads or polariser most useful), walking boots and/or wellies, food & drink.
Meeting instructions, including guidance on what to wear and what kit to bring will be provided in advance of the workshop date.
Quotes from previous workshops:
It's always a pleasure to spend time with a master photographer !! A most enjoyable day in every respect. I think we all had a good time - it's surprising how much we pick up bouncing ideas off each other.
I did some quick edits last night of a few of the shots and put them up on flickr. The one you worked on with me on the beach I am particularly pleased with. I am more a happy snapper rarely using a tripod or taking time to compose a shot, so this was good practice for me.
"Thanks for a great day, it made me think about the shots in a different way."