Some of the most renowned North Yorkshire photographers will share with camera enthusiasts their approach to taking great images of the North York Moors landscape and wildlife during a weekend devoted to outdoor photography. Moorsview 2017, organised by local businesses PC Photographic and Trailblazer Outdoors, will see a fresh line-up of speakers for a one-day […]
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Each year, the EYMS bus company, which runs our local 128 service between Scarborough and Helmsley (among many others) organises a photography competition. This year’s competition is now open, so get snapping some EYMS-themed photos. The theme for this year is ‘Culture’, with four categories that will get your creative juices flowing. The winner gets […]
From the North Yorkshire Moors Railway: Stuck for a Christmas present for the budding photographer in your family? Our one day workshops make an ideal gift for those wishing to learn to use their digital cameras more creatively, whilst photographing trains, stations, people and landscapes along the North Yorkshire Moors Railway. The workshops are designed […]
The town’s camera club is holding an exhibition of members work at the Old Library Room in Helmsley Town Hall. The exhibition starts on Friday 17th June and is open daily from 10.00 am to 4.30 pm and will run until Sunday 26th June. The exhibition is free (donations are welcomed of course) and there […]
From the North Yorkshire Moors Railway: Our one-day digital photography courses for beginners and improvers have been very popular this year, and we are pleased now to open bookings for courses in 2016. What better Christmas present for the budding photographer in your family? Dates and booking details available on line here.
There will be an exhibition in the Moorside Room on Saturday 28th November entitled Northern Light. Pickering photographers Janet & Richard Burdon and Hutton Buscel based wildlife artist Diane Todd have teamed up to put on a one day Christmas exhibition at the Moorside Room, 9 Church Street in Kirkbymoorside to coincide with the town’s […]
Kirkbymoorside and District Camera Club excels in the Yorkshire Photographic Union’s Annual Exhibition. The YPU annual exhibition opened on Saturday 9th May in the Doncaster Museum & Art Gallery, Chequer Road Doncaster. The exhibition runs to Friday till 5th July. It opens at 10.30am Wednesday to Sundays, closed Mondays and Tuesdays. Members of the 71 […]
Visitors are urged to capture ‘Landscapes of Plenty’ in UK National Parks annual photo competition. Join the UK’s National Parks family in celebrating Britain’s Landscapes of Plenty. You could win a new pair of boots from outdoor specialist Merrell. UK National Parks annual photo competition runs until 31 May 2015 Photographers of all ages and skill […]
The April meeting of Kirkbymoorside’s Menzown takes place on Monday 13th April at the Kings Head, 7.00pm for a 7.30 start. The subject is Photography by Michael Ward. New members are welcome and the first visit is free, so why not come along for an evening of discussion followed by some conversation over a small […]
From the North Yorkshire Moors Railway We are pleased to announce the dates for our 2015 photography workshops. These one day workshops are ideal for those wishing to learn to use their digital cameras more creatively, whilst photographing trains, stations, people and landscapes along the North Yorkshire Moors Railway. The workshops are designed for photographers […]
International photographer Polly A Baldwin has taken time out of her schedule to focus on community matters a little closer to home in an innovative project for her neighbourhood, the community of Kirkbymoorside, Ryedale, North Yorkshire. The Canine Community Project has been 6 months in the making and highlights the importance of the community and […]
Next week sees two new exhibitions open at the Inspired by… gallery, Danby. Lingering Presence brings together the work of photographer Phil Cornelius, pastel artist Keith Blessed and candle-maker Chris Jones, while Quilting for all Seasons highlights quilted works by the Cleveland Fibre Arts textile group. Both exhibitions start on 15 October and entry is […]
Kirkbymoorside’s very own dog portrait project is gathering pace with local owners putting their four legged friends forward to be photographed by Polly who runs Dynamic Pictures (you may have seen her van around town). Here are two great examples: Polly is really keen to get more owners to take part for an exhibition in […]
A wonderful photographic project is taking place in town for our many four legged friends and their owners. Read all about it below: Catch the latest updates on the project here.
It is often said that the UK’s National Parks represent the essence of Britain – its past, its present, and its future. This year’s UK National Parks photo competition (14 April – 28 May) is aimed at highlighting the latter of these assets and celebrating the people who will carry the spirit of Britain’s breathing […]
A touring exhibition of photographs from The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2013 will open at Nunnington Hall next weekend. Judging by the pictures on the Awards website, some stunning images will be on display. The Awards were established in 2009 with the following aims: • To recognise the talents of photographers practicing in the UK, […]
Tim Parkin’s exhibition ‘Elemental’ now in the Gallery at the Ryedale Folk Museum features a series of evocative landscape photographs from around Britain as well as other pieces which feature textures and colours of the natural world. In conjunction with this exhibition, Tim will give a talk on landscape photography in general and his practice […]
Wildlife artist Andrew Hutchinson and wildlife photographer Steve Race kick off a new year of exhibitions at the Inspired by… gallery. ‘Nature in the Spotlight’ opens at the Danby-based gallery on 1 February and runs until 3 March 2014. Exhibiting alongside them will be Rosie Dean with ‘Pathways to the Coast’, a vibrant collection of […]
Looks like it could possibly have been taken whilst on an amazing African safari but no Mike Ward from Kirkbymoorside Camera Club captured this incredible shot at sunset whilst up at Rosedale. No wonder photographers say the best times to capture great images are at sunrise and sunset – the golden hour.
Landscape photographer Ian Burton stages his first solo exhibition next week. The qualified engineer from Middlesbrough draws his inspiration from his parents, wife and three-year-old daughter. “To lose both my parents before I was 30 was hard,” he says, “and I have found that photography helps me to find solace and appreciate life. Now I […]
This year’s National Parks Week 2013, which runs 29 July – 4 August, will see a celebration of all the wonderful activities you can take part in in our beautiful landscapes with a mission to encourage you to make these spaces ‘Actively Yours’. From canoeing to horse riding, cycling to walking, rock climbing to sailing – you […]
Commando Photography are kindly offering a free rural photoshoot to one lucky winner in North Yorkshire. The prize is a photoshoot at an outdoor location of your choosing and edited digital copies of all your images. To be in with a chance to win, simply get in touch with us via email@example.com, twitter or our website and […]
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