Have you a DSLR camera? have you ever fancied taking cityscapes/ seascapes in the dark? wonder how it’s done? Then join Andrew Throup from JPO Photography on a ‘Night Photography Walkabout’. Locations currently include York and Whitby but others in time may also become available.
The walkabout will include tips on settings, F stop, ISO and Shutter Speed and how they all work together to produce great night images.
The walkabout will last approximately 2 to 2.5 hours. If it’s raining on your chosen date you can move to another date as courses run right through the darker months.
What you will need:
A good set of walking legs.
A DSLR camera that you can put in ‘M’, manual mode.
Your widest lens if you have a few, e.g. 24, 18, 16mm etc, most cameras come standard with a zoom 24 – 120mm or something similar which is fine.
A Tripod to support you camera.
Warm jacket, gloves and a hat for the cold wintery nights.
There will be a minimum group size of 2, maximum of 6. A small group number will ensure that Andrew will get a good amount of time with everyone.
Night time photography course vouchers can be bought throughout the year but the experience can only be booked September to April when the nights are dark enough.
Where is it? The night photography courses take place around the city of York and Whitby, other locations may also become available. You will be advised of where your group will meet upon booking your experience.
Length of experience The night photography course will last approximately 2 - 2.5 hours.
What you need to know Night time photography courses can be booked September to April when the nights are darker.
You must be able to comfortably walk for at least 2 miles to enjoy this experience.
What you will need:
A good set of walking legs
A DSLR camera that you can put in 'M', manual mode.
Your widest lens if you have a few, e.g. 24, 18, 16mm etc, most cameras come standard with a zoom 24 - 120mm or something similar which is fine.
A Tripod to support you camera
Warm jacket, gloves and a hat for the colder wintery months.
How much will it cost? £50 per person.
How to redeeem your voucher Your voucher will have a contact name and information about booking your experience. If you have any questions before booking please get in touch.
The small print Vouchers are valid for one year from date of purchase.
Customer reviews "Thoroughly enjoyed the night photography course around York. Learnt so much about my camera and how to get great pictures. Andy pitched it at just the right level for me. Would definitely recommend to others."
"Great little walkabout workshop which I have just attended. As someone who is a relative newcomer to photography and having never done any night time photography it really was a big help for me. An informative workshop which I learned from to enable me to get out on my own now and get some night time shots. Well worth doing and would be happy to attend again or recommend to others "
"I attended one of the night photography courses at York and enjoyed it very much. It was very informative and came away having learnt so much . Andy was very helpful,would recommend it"
"I went on a night photography session with Andy recently and I have to say it was worth every penny. Andy is very knowledgeable and passes the information on in a way you can really understand and take home and use. Anyone looking to broaden their photography skills I can highly recommend Andy. Such a lovely relaxed evening and learnt a lot in the 2.5 hours"
Voucher Delivery Our eco-friendly voucher boxes are available for £3.50 and will be sent via Royal Mail first class post. Delivery time is approximately 1 or 2 days. PDF e-vouchers are FREE and emailed shortly after ordering.
Our brilliant Night Photography Courses are run by Andrew Throup of JPO Photography. Andrew’s passion and inspiration for photography started in childhood.
Growing up, surrounded by the natural beauty of Yorkshire, with many days out to places like the North Yorkshire moors, Robin Hoods Bay and the medieval City of York instilled a passion in me to create memories I could return to again and again, through images that captured the warmth and happy feelings I felt in the places I visited. Whilst I take many pictures using natural light, I have also developed and honed various techniques of my own using artificial light alongside natural light to create some truly stunning pictures effects. This is also something I teach on my photography courses.