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The Final Workshop!

Autumn Tree in Strid Wood at Bolton Abbey

It’s the end of an era! After twelve years and approaching 100 workshops, Sam and I ran our final workshop last weekend.

It turned out to be a great send-off, despite the best efforts of weather forecasters! We had a day of lovely, diffused light for photographing autumn colours and moving water at Bolton Abbey. The colours in Strid Wood were just magnificent. You’ll find a full account of the day on our Natural Light Workshops blog.

The featured image at the top is a quick example shot that I took hand-held as we arrived at the viewpoint along the path in Strid Wood up above High Strid. Not bad for a 1/13s hand-held exposure! (I would, of course, have advised you to use a tripod on the workshop…).

Sam and Mark on the final workshop at Bolton Abbey
Sam and Mark on the final workshop, Bolton Abbey, 5th November 2022

I’d like to thank everyone who has been on one of our workshops over the years. They’ve been a pleasure to run, and we’ve seen many budding photographers produce some great images. I hope you all continue to enjoy your landscape photography for many years to come. That’s certainly what I intend to do with my extra free time 🙂

Good luck with your photography!
Mark

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