PHOTOGRAPHY IN YORKSHIRE
LANDSCAPES, SEASCAPES AND PEOPLE
You are spoilt for choice when it comes to photography in Yorkshire. Whether that’s photographing the chalk cliffs at dawn around Flamborough or the boats in the harbour in Staithes, if the sea takes your fancy. Up on the North York Moors the North Yorkshire Moors Railway provides plenty of opportunities, particularly when the heather is in full bloom and the engines in full steam. Even the stations provide interesting vignettes of visitors and volunteers going about their routines. Waterfalls throughout the county provide particular focus, especially in Autumn when the colours explode in to vibrant yellows and coppers. Consider a short walk to Falling Foss or Thomason Foss. Often forgotten are the Yorkshire Wolds to the south of our holiday rental cottages, a gently rolling chalk downland like landscape with hedge rows providing strong leading lines.
Despite the plethora of photography guide books for areas such as The Lake District; North Yorkshire and the Coast finds itself lacking. There is only one book, that we are aware of, but it does offer a good taste of what the county has to offer. You can find out more here.
We have a number of friends who are professional photographers that can offer you tailored one to one (or one to many) tuition, more details of them at the bottom of the page. Of course we are always on hand to offer what advice and knowledge that we have to share about where to shoot to make the best of your stay.
COME STAY WITH US
If you’re thinking of visiting Yorkshire for your next photographic trip (or even if you need to escape the family for a day on your own), why not stay with us? We offer a good central location for visiting the best of the Yorkshire coast and countryside, with a range of cottages to fit parties of most sizes from 6 people to 1.
PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB VISITING YORKSHIRE?
If you are a camera club or a photography group we can offer exclusive use of the properties offering 10 bedrooms in total sleeping up to 19 people. Why not consider using the services of one the local and regional photography workshop leaders (details below) to make the most of your club visit? Get in touch directly with us to find out more booking our accommodation.
LOCAL PHOTOGRAPHY TUITION
YORKSHIRE COAST NATURE
Yorkshire Coast Nature (YCN) is a small independent nature tourism company. Every member of our team lives locally and is passionate about wildlife. We believe strongly in delivering eco-tourism with a direct benefit for wildlife and provide annual grants to nature conservation organisations.
Yorkshire Coast Nature offers a variety of activity tours, events and workshops. We provide everything from short tours aimed at those interested in specific areas, specific species or wildlife photography to longer holidays on which you can experience a wide range of the species and landscapes of the Yorkshire Coast.
DAVID WARD LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHER
David is an internationally renowned photographer, based near Malton in North Yorkshire. David runs landscape photography workshops throughout the world. He writes extensively on the subject of landscape photography and has had two books published on the subject. Most recently David has had an exhibition of his most recent work at the Joe Cornish Gallery in Northallerton. For more information about David and his 121 tuition, please visit his website.
ROB KNIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY AND CREATIVE LEARNING
Rob is a photographic teacher, who not only leads creative retreats and workshops but has led a series of successful open photography exhibitions and conferences at the Patching Art’s Centre in Nottinghamshire. Rob is an accredited Adobe Education Trainer with extensive knowledge of Adobe products and learning & teaching theory at all levels, which means he can help you get the best out of Photoshop and Lightroom. Rob has also exhibited at the Joe Cornish Gallery in Northallerton. For more information about Rob and his tuition, have a look at his website.
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