Aspiring creatives can develop skills in the stunning natural setting of the Yorkshire Dales. The picturesque landscapes and charming towns provide inspiration for unforgettable photographs and films.
A photography and filmmaking workshop in the Yorkshire Dales is an incredible opportunity for aspiring creatives to learn new skills and develop their craft.
The region is renowned for its natural beauty, with rolling hills, dramatic landscapes, and charming rural towns and villages providing endless inspiration for photographers and filmmakers alike. From quaint market towns like Hawes and Settle to the stunning Malham Cove and the breathtaking Ribblehead Viaduct, the Yorkshire Dales offer a wealth of stunning locations to explore.
During the workshop, participants can expect to receive expert instruction in composition, lighting, and camera techniques. In addition, the unique challenges and opportunities of filming in an outdoor setting will be explored. From capturing natural light to framing shots in a way that highlights the beauty of the surroundings, the workshop will provide valuable insights into the art of photography and filmmaking.
Suitable for any skill level, you'll receive one to one coaching during the workshop to help you advance your skills, whether you're a beginner, hobbyist or pro.
- 1/2 day, 1 day or 2 days
- Yorkshire Dales National Park
- Filmmaking or Photography
£150 (1/2 day)
£275 (1 day)
£500 (2 day)
- Up to 5 people (pricing per person)
Difficulty rating: 2 out of 5
- Your trip will be carbon offset
Frequently asked questions
We don't have any camera gear available to hire. You'll need to bring any gear you plan to use, such as your phone, DSLR, lenses, tripods etc.
- Your camera, fully charged battery and spare batteries if you have them.
- Battery Charger if attending more than one day
- Additional memory card(s) in case required
- Any lenses are suitable - zooms, wide-angle and macro
- Microphone - shotgun or lavalier (if a filmmaking workshop)
- A polarising filter is useful for removing glare and reflections but not essential
- Neutral Density Filters - useful for dynamic range and doing longer exposures with photography. A must for video work.
- Sensible footwear – it can sometimes be muddy, wet and sticky underfoot so walking boots or walking trainers with good grip are recommended and wellington boots for coastal workshops.
- A large sandwich bag and an elastic band to wrap around your camera and lens if we have light rain
- A kneeling mat or dustbin liner to put on the ground if you want to kneel or crouch down for ground-level shots
- Water, snacks or whatever you need for the event duration
- Waterproofs – we might catch a shower!
- Notebook/Paper and pen for note-taking in throughout the workshop
- Laptops are not required though you may wish to bring one if you feel you want to download and review your shots after each day
- A 50% deposit payment secures your place on the workshop. If the workshop does not proceed due to cancellation by myself, you will get a full refund or offered alternative dates.
- If you cancel, you will lose the entire deposit.
- The final balance payment must be paid 30 days before the event start date and is non-refundable.
- Either a filmmaking or a photography workshop
- Tuition and advice to help you make those shots
- Knowledge and experience of locations to maximise your time
- One to one tuition throughout the event
- Photo or video feedback throughout the event
- Cancellation insurance
- Equipment insurance
- Evening Meals
- Participants are responsible for attending with appropriate footwear and are responsible for their own equipment
- You must complete the medical declaration prior to the workshop
- Under 16's welcome but must be accompanied by a paying adult
- All bookings must be made in advance
- Bookings are confirmed within 24hrs & joining instructions will be emailed out 2 days prior to the event date
- Optional post workshop image review and feedback on your images available on request via an online meeting (max 30-minutes)
- On the rare occasion that severe weather conditions prevent any of the photography or filmmaking workshops from safely or practically going ahead, other dates will be offered if a 1 day.
- If it is a residential 2 day workshop, then I will be able to provide alternative options, including indoor training on photo or video editing or any other photography/filmmaking topic. If the whole event is postponed due to weather forecasts, alternative dates or events can be booked.
We will calculate all mileage travelled to and from the workshop by all participants. This will then be used to calculate the carbon footprint. Every quarter I will offset this amount through our partner Ecologi.