PHOTOGRAPHY COURSES IN YORKSHIRE
Our Photography courses Leeds are held at one Europes biggest city parks and that is Roundhay Park. Roundhay Park Leeds covers over 700 acres of parkland, lakes, woodland and gardens making it a perfect location for our photography courses in Leeds.
Not only does Roundhay Park offer beautiful landscapes, lakes and gardens but is also home to the amazing Tropical World which will be the venue for our Macro & Close-up photography course.
Located just 3 miles north of Leeds city centre, Roundhay Park offers so many photographic opportunities such as the Monet, Canal, Alhambra gardens; the lakes and woodland which boast a vast array of wildlife.
Our courses take place at the Education Room right next door to the Mansion so an ideal location to explore and photograph the main features of the park.
Our Macro & Close-up Photography Courses will use the magnificent facilities of Tropical World for our practical exercises. Tropical world Leeds is one of the UK's most popular garden tourist attractions and home to the largest collection of tropical plants outside Kew Gardens. With over 30 varieties of butterfly along with a vast collection of tropical planes and other wildlife, Tropical World Leeds is going to be an amazing place for our Leeds photography courses.
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Photography Courses near Bradford at East Riddlesden Hall, West Yorkshire is a wonderful 17th-century merchant's house set in dramatic grounds. Every time that you stand in the gardens of East Riddlesden you will experience something new. .
East Riddlesdon Hall is a small but beautiful National Trust property in Keighley just outside Bradford. East Riddlesdon Hall won the Small Visitor Attraction of the Year award at The Welcome to Yorkshire’s White Rose Awards and upon entering the venue you will soon see why
The lake and its wildlife, pink cherry trees, clematis, borders, daffodils and soothing lavender beds all create an amazing backdrop for our photography courses near Bradford. With the wildlife, the gardens, the merchant house and one of the finest 17th-century barns in Northern England, East Riddlesden Hall can cater for our every photographic need.
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National Trust property Fountains Abbey with Studley Royal Water Garden is a stunning location for our photography courses in North Yorkshire. The range and variety of subjects available is second to none. This venue provides us with the stark ruins of the once bustling Fountains Abbey, set in a deep wooded valley with lawns and meadows, typical of this stunning area of Yorkshire.
The Abbey is a stunning piece of architecture with an atmosphere all of its own which when captivated in all its glory can make a stunning photograph. Set in the naturally beautiful Skell valley; the abbey ruins are the largest monastic ruins in the country
Not only do we have rolling landscapes, beautiful gardens and architecture but also the deer park at Studley Royal which is home to 500 wild deer; Red, Fallow and Sika deer are an exciting sight and no more so than during the Autumn rut.
The Deer Park at Studley Royal dates from medieval times and once surrounded Studley Royal House which burnt down just after the Second World War.
The entrance to the Deer Park takes you through an ornate stone gatehouse. Stone icehouses from the hey-day of Studley Royal House can still be seen in the Deer Park and avenues of ancient oak trees line the entrance and exit route. Situated within the Deer Park are St Mary’s Church and Chorister’s House.
Be it landscapes, water and movement, architecture, wildlife and lifestyle & portrait photography, Fountains Abbey can cater for every opportunity.
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National Trust property Nostell Priory is one of our most popular venues for the photography courses in South Yorkshire, Nostell Priory is located to the east of Wakefield within easy reach of Leeds. The superb parkland and grounds give us a good variety of subjects including the formal gardens, orangery, woodland and lakeside walks with a stunning collection of rhododendrons and azaleas in late spring. Nostell Priory also hosts a good number of specialist events during the year which provide additional sources of subjects for our workshops.
Built on the site of a medieval priory, Nostell has been the home of the Winn family for 300 years. Commissioned by Sir Rowland Winn in 1733, James Paine built the house. Later additions by Robert Adam created exceptional interiors. The architecture, gardens and lakes are a perfect backdrop for any budding photographer and we will be on hand to guide you in capturing some stunning photographs.
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