Far Gearstones, Carnforth, LA6 3AS
As part of the Yorkshire Dales Dark Skies Festival join The Flat Capped Photographer or Yorkshire Photo Walks for a photography workshop like no other. With the Ribblehead Viaduct as our subject and the night’s sky as our backdrop we will learn how to take photographs in the landscape after dark. Learn how to master long exposures, astrophotography techniques and how to set your camera and compose photographs after the sun has gone down. Early bookings will also have the option to join us for a meal at the Station Inn before the session.
Please confirm with the event organisers the exact location of this event!
This event is taking place as part of the Yorkshire Dales National Park Dark Skies Festival 2020 which runs from the 7th February to 23rd February 2020.
- Event offers guidance and tuition on how to take night-time photographs using a camera and tripod or using a telescope in place of a camera lens.
Please be aware that due to the Coronavirus it is quite possible that this event has been cancelled or postponed, if you are considering attending this event please double check with the event organiser directly to confirm. If this event is indeed affected the organisers will no doubt need your support in the future -- please do consider attending an event of theirs when possible! Thank you!
This event is being organised by Yorkshire Dales National Park who should be contacted if you have any queries. We highly recommend you confirm this event is indeed going ahead before travelling. If you do attend it would be fantastic if you could let the organiser know you found them via Go Stargazing!
Please contact Yorkshire Dales National Park directly for more details regarding this event or, if appropriate, contact the event venue.
Location light pollution
Location darkness on Saturday 22nd February 2020
The below graphic shows if and when it will be dark at Ribblehead Viaduct Car Park on the evening of this event. Yellow areas show when the skies are not dark due to daylight (bold yellow) and moonlight (faded yellow). Click on the image for an explanation on how darkness is determined.