A different look at the landscape

08 May 2016

Region: Yorkshire

If you don't fancy landscape photography because it requires you to get up at 4am to stand in a queue to place your tripod in the holy marks of the person in front and aim your 14mm lens at THAT jetty / loch / glacier / sunrise / tree then think again!

Just over the border in Peak District of Derbyshire, the RPS has organised two workshops presented by Paul Hill, Nick Lockett and Maria Falconer - three highly experienced photographers and more importantly truly inspiring teachers.

Different Landscapes and Rural Life on the 28 May 2016 and

The Natural and Man-made Landscape on 2 July 2016

could be just what you need to help you develop your vision using the everyday landscape that's always available.

Photo by David Edge, taken on a previous workshop.