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5 OF JOE’S P H OTO O P P S
Feeling inspired and wanting some expert advice on how to create impressive images to add to your collection? Then snap to it and check out these Yorkshire photography workshops. G E T I N T O YO U R S T R I D E
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Enjoy exploring city, coast and countryside - view the world through a camera with award-winning walking photographer Rich Bunce. walkingphotographer.co.uk
Get your photography skills on the right track as North Yorkshire Moors Railway have a number of dates out and about with Yorkshire-based photographer John Potter. nymr.co.uk
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S H A R P S H O OT E R S S U T TO N B A N K Arguably one of the finest views in the country, from the top of Whitestone Cliff you can see Gormire Lake with the the Vale of York in the background.
YO R K M I N S T E R York’s City Walls offer a splendid elevated walk around the city with amazing views of York Minster.
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THE SKY’S THE LIMIT
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Cober Hill, Scarborough, offer creative courses and holidays throughout the year including a Dark Skies photography workshop with astro and outdoor photographer Steve Bell. coberhill.co.uk
Joe will be delivering workshops from his gallery and Brimham Rocks in 2020. The National Trust property will also be exhibiting his work from 15 February - 1 November. joecornishgallery.co.uk
The iconic and instantly recognisable west pier with or without a rough sea is the perfect spot for beautiful and dramatic photographs.
F O U N TA I N S A B B E Y You will find it difficult not to find a perfect shot among the 800 acres. Climbing up to Surprise View is well worth it for the reward at the top.
S WA L E D A L E The elevated views of Swaledale from above Thwaite and a dramatic backdrop of hills and mountains makes it perfect for landscape photography.