Night Photography Photo Walks

Regular price £35.00


Take night photographs worthy of hanging on a gallery wall. Whether you're a total beginner or a well-seasoned photographer, every night photo walk offers a fun and friendly way to capture stunning night photographs.

All night photography workshops are led by award-winning professional photographer Rich Bunce.  

Terrain: Easy, some steps and slopes on some walks
Skill Level: Beginner to Pro 
Distance: Usually between 1-3 miles 
Equipment needed: Torch, Tripod & camera with semi-manual settings required (cameras & tripods available for hire).

Night Photography Walks

A fun, safe way to learn more about your camera and an easy way to take stunning, print worthy photos!

Capture magical scenes with your camera in a small, friendly group guided by award-winning professional photographer.

Buy 2, SAVE 15% 
Save 15% when you book any two Night Photography Walks. Enter NIGHT24 in the discount box at checkout. Offer ends 31st May 2024

2024 Night Photo Walk Dates - Part II

Saturday 28th Sep 2024, 7.15pm - 9pm: Ribblehead Viaduct Dark Skies (£35)

Friday 11th Oct 2024, 7pm - 9pm: Malham, Dark Skies (£35)

Wednesday 16th Oct 2024, 7pm- 9pm: Howarth (£35)

Sunday 3rd Nov 2024, 3pm - 7pm: Staithes, Golden Hour into Night (£60)

Sunday 10th Nov 2024, 7pm - 9.30pm - Knaresborough, Remembrance Lights (£35)

Monday 25th Nov 2024 6.30pm - 8.30pm Leeds £35

Monday 9th Dec 2024, 6.30pm - 8.30pm:  York, Christmas (£35)

Can't make the dates? Why not book yourself a Private Lesson tailored to your photographic needs? Learn night photography 1-2-1 from just £135 book here

Discover the magic of taking night photographs in a relaxed, safe and friendly atmosphere. 

Whether it's in a city, town or the countryside, no night photo walk is the same twice. You can find further details on some key night photography workshop locations below and each walk

- An engaging, practical introduction to various night photography techniques
- The opportunity to explore both the creative & technical side of night photography
- Small group sizes (5/6 people max) to ensure tailored guidance and tuition
- Free fully illustrated PDF of the workshop emailed after the walk
- All walks led by award-winning professional photographer (Rich Bunce Walking Photographer)

Ribblehead Viaduct Dark Skies Night Photography Workshops

Ribblehead Viaduct Astro Night photography

Capture the famous and iconic structure of Ribblehead viaduct in the certified dark skies of the Yorkshire Dales. Taking a short, easy walk we'll take in several view points while looking at key techniques for stunning astrophotography. As well as keeping our fingers crossed for a starry starry night we'll try and keep an eye on the train timetable for getting a light trail across the viaduct.

Howarth Night Photo Walk

Howarth Night Photography

This picturesque village features many famous views and scenes making it a top spot to explore on a night photography walk. With photo opportunities unlike anywhere else, beginners and advanced photographers alike will walk away with some cracking shots!

Malham Dark Skies Night Photography Workshops

Malham Night Sky Astro Photography

This workshop not only captures this ancient landscape at a magical hour but also at a quieter hour of this often overcrowded spot. We'll explore some inspirational night scenes around this famed village and further out looking at the famous Malham cove while sticking to easy, straight forward paths (not climbing up the cove).

Staithes, Golden Hour and Night Photography Workshop

Staithes village at sunset

What's better than a night photo walk in the prettiest fishing village in Yorkshire? A night walk preceded by a golden hour walk! The workshop takes in the classic and famous scenes as well as the hidden gems, all under the friendly expert guidance of Rich Bunce.

Staithes Night Photography

Knaresborough Night Photo Walk (remembrance)

Knaresborough is a spectacular spot to explore at any time of day, but the photographic opportunities at night allow for some really stand out shots! The route sticks to good paths while taking in some of the famous and not so famous gems of the historic town. We finish with a short, sharp stepped ascent to an iconic view of the viaduct, where the remembrance lights and memorials add another aspect to explore creatively with a camera.

Night Photography in Leeds

With an eclectic mix of the old and new, Leeds is a fascinating place to explore with a camera. The city in the night lights adds further opportunities for some exciting photographs. From stunning compositions of modern tower blocks reflected in the Leeds Liverpool canal to old cobble roads lined with victorian architecture, there's l a bucket load of great photos to captured under expert and friendly guidance within a small group of like minded people.

Night Photography Workshop in York

Shamble York night photography

Maybe the most photogenic city in Yorkshire, the sites and views on offer are certainly unlike anywhere else. From the York Minster to the Shambles everyone walks away with some classic shots and lots of creative (and practical) camera tips.

Can I bring children?

From an early age, photography has played such a key role in my life. As part of my desire to champion photography to young people I offer free places for under 16s when accompanied by a paying adult

What if the weather forecast is bad?

You may be surprised just how many bad forecasts result in beautiful days - it happens a lot!

Walking Photography will always try and proceed with a planned photo walk. If extreme weather conditions or severe accessibility issues arise, then the walk date will rearranged for a convenient date. 

What if the weather is bad? 

It is surprisingly rare to have an event that is completely marred by the weather. With a deep to commitment to offering fun and enjoyable photo walks and workshops, if the event is judged to have been ruined by the weather participants will be given a 50% discount voucher off a future Photo Walk workshop up to the same value. 

Can I bring my camera phone or tablet?

Yes! We welcome camera phone and tablet walkers on most photo walks. There are some events like Get a Grip Course and the Night Photo Walks where you require manual functions on your camera. Such events are clearly noted in the descriptions.

What is the accessibility like? 

Accessibility varies widely from event to event. Please get in touch with any accessibility questions.

Walking Photography also offers Private Leisure Tours at a fixed rate that can be tailored to address any accessibility needs.