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Location:                       Joe Cornish Gallery, Northallerton &

                                    Yorkshire Dales/North York Moors/North East Coast

Course tutors:              Mark Banks & Adrian Beasley 

Group size:                   8 maximum

 Times:                         (Day 1) 9:30 - Late 

                                   (Day 2) 9:30 - 17:30

Level:                           Novice & Intermediate

Exertion:                      (Day 1 - Medium)

Our experienced tutors, Mark Banks and Adrian Beasley have teamed up to offer an exciting two-day non-residential workshop, designed as a holistic approach to teaching landscape photography - from taking an image through processing to printing.

This workshop has been designed to give budding landscape photographers of all abilities an insight into the complete workflow of a professional landscape photographer - from composing and taking the picture through to printing it out to gallery standards ready for exhibition.


What to bring:

Day One:

Just bring the camera equipment that you would normally use.

You should also have weatherproof clothing, plenty of layers and suitable walking shoes/boots for when you are on location. We will make a refreshments stop during the workshop but we would still suggest bringing enough food and drink to see you throughout the day. Take into account that you could be out until sunset depending on the weather.


Day Two:

You will need to bring:

  • Your computer (PC or Mac - sorry no iPad's!)
  • You will need to have your photo editor of choice uploaded and be reasonably proficient in its use.



Day One:

Introductions and welcome:

Mark and Adrian will meet and greet workshop participants at the Joe Cornish Gallery in Northallerton, North Yorkshire where tea/coffee, bacon sandwiches and homemade scones will be served from the Gallery Café.

Session 1:

Mark will outline the hurdles that landscape photographers have to consider before taking one foot out of the door - taking into account the weather location and project in mind. He will then explain the importance of practical camera technique and how to get the very best out of your equipment - including the use of filters.

Session 2:

The group will then head to a stunning location set around the Yorkshire Dakles, North York Moors or North East Coast (transport provided - exact location will be decided on the day). Mark will give a brief history of the location before spending some time on composition and sound camera techniques before encouraging participants to find their own area to practice these techniques. Tuition will be provided throughout the course of the day.

Return to Northallerton:

Later in the day (after sunset if applicable) the group will be taken back to Northallerton so that participants can return to their chosen accommodation.

(Local accommodation recommendations will be supplied at time of booking).


Day Two:

Welcome back:

The next morning Adrian and Mark will welcome you back to the gallery where tea/coffee, bacon sandwiches and homemade scones will again be provided by the Gallery Café.

This second day is all about developing and printing the images captured the previous day to a professional standard.

Session 1: Post Production

There is more to printing than pressing the print button! In fact quite a bit more than creating images for email or web use. During this session Adrian will help you understand some of the key technical issues related to printing. He will show lots of examples and demonstrate techniques that will help you to produce high quality prints in Colour and Black & White. We will be using Lightroom, Photoshop and a little SilverEFX Pro to demonstrate techniques but you only need your editor of choice and Adrian will translate to whatever it is you are using.


This is included and will be provided by the Gallery Café.

Session 2: Printing

In the afternoon you will work on and print your own images, assisted by Adrian and mark. seeing your images finally arrive on beautiful paper is extremely rewarding and seeing the the results from others can also be very inspiring too.

using a few images captured from the previous day, you will have a chance to practice some of the postprocessing techniques and print on a selection of different fine art papers (Glossy and Matt) using a professional inkjet printer. With plenty of one-to-one we can show you different interpretations of your images. It can be really interesting to see how someone else interprets one of your images.

At the end of Day 2 you should have a sound understanding of the capture-develop-print workflow and will leave with several A3 prints of your own.

If you have struggled to print in the past, had issues sending your images away for print or are simply looking to buy a printer, this workshop is ideal. Why not join a small group of like-minded photographers and move your photography to the next level.



The Joe Cornish Gallery is located on Zetland Street yards from the High Street in Northallerton. The town is located close to both the Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors National Parks and can be accessed by road via the A1 and A19. It also has a railway station on the London to Edinburgh East Coast mainline which is only a 10 minute walk from the town centre

About your tutors:

Mark Banks is an experienced and talented workshop leader, in addition to being a Licentiate of the Royal Photographic Society. He has been hosting One-Day workshops for the gallery and assisting Joe with our Residential Workshop programme for the past 10 years.

“Mark Banks is quite simply one of the best teachers of photography I have ever met. His secret is an apparently endless supply of patience, and an acute analytical approach to developing systematic problem-solving tactics in photography, which he makes effortless and fun to learn, whether in the field or in the editing suite. Mark’s artistry, empathy, kindness and charm mean he is always a joy to work with, or to be taught by.”  Joe Cornish


Adrian Beasley has been teaching photography for 15 years and digital editing for 10 years with the UK’s leading photo tours company. He is an Adobe Certified Expert and has been working with us here at the Joe Cornish Gallery for the last three years. Adrian has a deep understanding of the software with a patient and engaging teaching style, ideal for beginners and more advanced pupils alike.


Booking Terms & Conditions

The following terms and conditions apply in respect of all Joe Cornish Gallery Photographic Workshop bookings.

1. Payment in full or an agreed deposit amount is required at the time of booking .

2. Where applicable, any balance of the workshop price is due by the stipulated date. If the booking is made after this date then the full amount is due at the time of booking.

3. If a cancellation is made by a client we will endeavour to do all we can to fill your place prior to the workshop starting and if successful, we will then refund your payment in full. However if we are unable to fill your place then you would forfeit your payment.

4. The transfer of a booking from one workshop to another will incur an administration fee of £25 and should be notified in writing. A workshop cancellation fee may also apply (see clause 3 above).

5. Joegraphic Limited trading as the Joe Cornish Gallery reserves the right to alter or cancel any workshop. Should an alteration or cancellation become necessary including in the case of force majeure, you will have the choice of of accepting the change, taking an alternative workshop (if this is of a lower price we will refund the difference), or withdrawing from the contract and accepting a refund of all monies paid to Joegraphic Limited.

6. Force majeure is unusual and unforeseeable circumstances beyond our control, such as war or the threat of war, riots, terrorist activity, civil strife, industrial disputes, natural or nuclear disaster, fire, flood or adverse weather conditions.

7. In the event of a specified tutor being unable to attend due to illness or other circumstances beyond our control, we will attempt to provide a replacement. If this is not possible then the workshop will be cancelled and the provisions of clause 5 will come into effect.

8. The type of workshops we offer requires flexibility and must allow for alternatives. For this reason the outline itinerary must be taken as an indication of what may take place on the workshop.

9. Joegraphic Limited does not accept liability for any loss or additional expense caused by delay or interruption to travel services through weather conditions, civil disturbances, industrial action, strikes, wars, floods or sickness. Such losses or additional expenses are the responsibility of the passenger.

10. It is the responsibility of the client to obtain the appropriate travel insurance cover before beginning the workshop . The insurance must cover the loss, expenses and damages arising from, including but not limited to, the cancellation of the workshop (whether in whole or in part), personal accident and injury, medical and repatriation costs (for those travelling from abroad), loss of baggage and personal money and belongings and flight cancellations and delays (if applicable).

Registered address:

Joegraphic Ltd.     Register House     Zetland Street     Northallerton    North Yorkshire     DL6 1NA
Company registration no 3682400      
VAT no. 721 8267 38