A practical workshop in a unique and inspiring environment
Skill Level: Beginner
Duration: 9.30am - 12pm
Location: Golden Acre Park Otley Road, Bramhope, LS16 8BQ
Additional: Free illustrated PDF download
Terrain: Good paths, potentially muddy, approx 1-2 miles
Dates: 7th July 2019
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Golden Acre Park is a dream location for any budding photographer! There is so much to see and photograph here. Stunning gardens, luscious woodlands and an extraordinary range of wildlife all make for an inspiring experience.
This workshop will help you make the best of this unique location as well as give lots of tips and guidance for future photographs. Whatever you like photographing this photo walk will leave you feeling inspired, with some great tips and great photos to take home.
Learn new skills that will help bring out the best in your photography
Explore an exciting environment full of varied subject matter
A pleasant paced walk with accessible footpaths
Improve your creative skills in a relaxed environment with like minded folk
Learn skills that will bring out the best in your photography
Inspirational environment full of colour and subject matter
A location that offers something for everyone
Pleasant and easy walking route with very accessible walkways
Improve your creative photography at a fun and relaxed pace, with like minded folk
Who is this photo walk for?
Golden Acre Park is a very accessible walking area, which means people of all walking and mobility capabillities can enjoy this beginners photography course. The workshop deals with fundamental concepts behind photography and focuses on improving your creative camera skills in a practical way.
What can you expect to see?
Golden Acre Park has stunning gardens with spectacular horticulture. There is also an amazing array of wildlife that can be seen including Kingfisher, Waterail and Mandarin ducks, herons and much, much more!