Mark has been teaching practical landscape photography and post-processing skills for many years and brings together a form of teaching which could be described as relaxed and methodical.

Mark runs group residential workshops as well as tuition on a one-to-one basis for both practical landscape photography and post-processing of images. He also co-leads workshop with other professional landscape photographers.

Mark also leads workshops for the Royal Photographic Society (RPS) and encourages anyone interested in developing their photographic skills to check these pages regularly for upcoming events as they offer great value and you do not need to be a member to attend.

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The aim of this workshop is to provide a chance for budding landscape photographers to advance their basic photography skills to the next level. You will be tutored in your camera’s basic functions and settings, and how to use them to the best advantage for the subject you are photographing. The course will be focused mainly on landscape photography, but many of the basic techniques are transferable to all types of photography. Feedback is given individually throughout the day, giving you the opportunity to translate what you learn directly into your images.

The workshop day will commence at the gallery in Northallerton before the group are transported to different photographic locations. Weather permitting these courses run until dusk/sunset before the group return to the gallery.

Joe Cornish Galleries Training


Who should attend

This workshop is designed for beginners and less experienced photographers who wish to further refine their practical photography skills.

What should I bring?

Participants should bring with them their camera, tripod, charged batteries, and lenses that cover a focal length of approx 25mm to 200mm. Hard Graduated filters (ideally 1,2 and 3 stop) are also recommended to bring along but don't worry if you don't have any as Mark has them available to try. 

What should I wear?

Please wear appropriate outdoor clothing suitable for the latest weather forecast. Remember that it can feel much colder than when out walking, so bring plenty of layers plus water-proof clothing if necessary. Good walking shoes or boots are recommended Although not compulsory, 

Further Information

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Please Note: We reserve the right to cancel a workshop within 4 weeks of the due date if adequate spaces are not filled. A fee may be incurred if you cancel your booking within 14 days of the commencement of the workshop date.