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Urban Nights, York

Urban Nights, York

From GBP 80.00

Location

Date

Oct 03 2024 19:00 - Oct 04 2024 01:00

Description

This event will be led by Mark Banks with a maximum of 6 participants.

This workshop concentrates on photographing after dark when compositions are harder to find. Based in the centre of York, we will work from dusk through to the early hours of the morning to explore this fascinating location when there are less people about. We shall explore the many streets, ginnels, courtyards and snickleways that York is so famous for including the Shambles - one of the best-preserved medieval streets in Europe.

I will discuss the best ways to achieve pleasing urban compositions at night using my tried and tested techniques. Personally, I prefer to create moody black and white images with lots of atmosphere! Most images taken will require using Lightroom Classic (or similar) to get the best out of them. Although we won’t be covering post-processing, I will explain the method I use to create an atmospheric look.

Full joining instructions will be sent near the time.

Please note: This workshop will not be cancelled due to wet weather. In fact, wet cobbles can look great!

Meeting Point: 
Nunnery Lane Car Park (Postcode YO23 1AA). Google maps https://goo.gl/maps/CMW4J4Y3i1bkWPmV8

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Accessibility: As this is a city centre mainly on flat ground, getting around is relatively easy. Walking distances are typically between 10 and 20 minutes between locations.

Wheelchair users are very welcome on this workshop. My wife (and business partner) will be on hand to help where/if required. All locations we visit are wheelchair accessible.

Extra costs: Parking for the duration costs around £4.                                             If you prefer not to travel after the workshop, there are numerous hotels such as Premier Inn close by which you should book in advance.

Toilets: There are toilets at the car park. Please bring £1 coins to use.

Food: If you feel it necessary, please bring food & drink to last the evening.

Equipment: A head torch is vital for this workshop. Ideally, one that can glow red as this is less intrusive for other participants. An umbrella if it’s raining

Clothing: It can be chilly at night at this time of year, so be sure to wear plenty of layers and waterproof outer layers. Walking shoes/boots would also be useful (but not compulsory). Hats & gloves would also be useful.



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Carbon offsets

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Event leaders are asked to make plans for alternative activities or locations in the case of poor weather and, in most cases, events will proceed despite poor weather unless, in the view of the event leader, the weather will lead to unacceptable safety risks or very little chance of successful photography. It is inevitable, however, that occasionally an event will be cancelled for this or another reason beyond the RPS’s control.

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Responsibility:

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Thank you

RPS Landscape Group Committee


Organiser

Events organised by the Landscape Group of the Royal Photographic Society.

Venue

York, Nunnery Lane Car Park, YO23 1AA York

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