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One Day Workshop with Joe Cornish and Mark Banks

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Joe will be back with another One-Day workshop in 2019 - contact the gallery to be added to the waiting list

Location:              North York Moors or Yorkshire Dales

Tutors:                 Joe Cornish & Mark Banks

Level:                   Intermediate & Advanced

Group size:          10 maximum

Time:                   10:00 - Late


Spend a day with Joe Cornish and Mark Banks improving your photography and learning about Joe's work process in a small informal group.

This workshop is ideally suited to intermediate and advanced level photographers.

The emphasis is on understanding subtleties of light and composition, and how to make the most of your time in the landscape. Additionally, technique, camera-craft and post-production are fundamental to the making of high quality photographs, and this philosophy will be taught through the course of the day.

You will be tutored in camera craft, with the main focus being on dealing with Britain’s elusive weather and lighting conditions. The course will help your technique, sense of composition, understanding of light, and (for advanced photographers) developing an individual style. Feedback is given on a one-to-one basis throughout the day.


This workshop will meet at a location either on the western edges of the North York Moors or the Yorkshire Dales, relatively close to Northallerton.

(We will confirm the exact location by email 2-3 weeks before the workshop date).

After an initial welcome meeting with Joe and Mark you will spend the rest of the day in the field. It is possible that you may visit multiple locations throughout the day but transport to and from the meeting point will be provided.

What to bring:

You should bring the camera equipment that you would normally use.

Below is a small list of the type of equipment that is helpful for creative landscape photography but none is compulsory (apart from the camera).


  • Camera with a fully charged battery (or two)
  • Tripod,
  • Spirit level - hotshoe spirit levels are cheap and useful (if your camera already has one built in that is fine)
  • Lens Cloth
  • Graduated Neutral Density Filters if you use them (If you do not then do not worry)

If all this sounds alien please don’t worry as Joe and Mark will have back up equipment and will help you every step of the way!

Your safety is of paramount importance to us therefore we ask that you bring weatherproof clothing, plenty of layers and suitable walking shoes/boots.
Please also bring all the food and drink you need for the day: take into consideration that you may be out until after dusk. 
A notebook and pen might be useful, although course notes will also be supplied.
If you rely on medication please be sure to bring these with you - including inhalers, epi-pens etc…
The workshop group is limited to 10 to enable each participant to receive plenty of help, support and feedback throughout the day from Joe and Mark.



  • Refreshments on arrival
  • Tuition from Joe Cornish and Mark Banks which includes:
  • fieldcraft
  • workflow
  • group technical demonstrations (cameracraft, filtration, tripod technique)
  • One-to-One feedback and advice throughout the day
  • Transport to locations throughout the day.


About your tutors:

Joe and Mark have worked together hosting workshops for the last ten years and combine to create a pleasant, sociable and relaxing environment in which to enjoy your photography


Renowned throughout the UK and abroad, Joe Cornish is a master of his art and an inspiration to many landscape photographers.

In 2008 he was made an honorary Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society and is widely known for his writing and photography on landscape issues. High profile roles have included the Distinction panels of the RPS, the judging team of Wildlife Photographer of the Year and host of the Natural History Museum's annual Understanding Photography events.

Joe is an excellent communicator with unsurpassed knowledge of photography. He is an experienced workshop tutor having led photography workshops in locations across the world for over twenty years.

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


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