Want Better Photos of Stunning Wildflower Scenes?
Skill Level: All abilities & camera types (inc. phones) welcome
Location: Muker, Swaledale
Additional: Free illustrated PDF download
Terrain: Easy, narrow gated styles & muddy, uneven paths, approx 1-2 miles
11th June, 5.30pm - 8pm (golden hour)
Can't make the date? Book a private lesson/tour with a flat rate fee (bring friends and family for free).
Enjoy a spectacular and truly unique photo walk in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales while learning how to capture wildflower scenes at their best.
A World Class Experience
Capture the stunning and rare beauty of Muker's wildflower meadows in their prime! Explore the natural colours and learn how to capture them at their best with a professional and award winning photographer as your guide. Set in the iconic Swaledale landscape Muker offer a glimpse into our agricultural past.
The workshop is led by Rich Bunce Walking Photographer who won a commendation in International Garden Photographer of the Year as well as other competitions including category winner at the British Wildlife Photography Awards.
- Learn new photography skills in an inspirational, relaxed and friendly environment
- Engaging, practical advice and demonstrations to help you get more from your camera
- Small group (8 max) for great individual learning opportunities
- Experience awesome and inspiring scenery at a relaxed pace while learning new skills
- Walk led by award-winning professional photographer
What you need to attend this lesson...
Any Camera. This is a practical workshops that deals with practical ways you can improve your photographs of wildflower and garden flower scenes. That means any and all cameras are welcome on this photo walk including camera phones and tablets like the iPad. For people wanting more technical advice there will be moments throughout the walk to address these individually as well.