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Location Scouting in the Pennines.


This Saturday I am teaming up with Chris Kilburn of Whoosh MTB to bring riders an exciting guided ride, come photography workshop, so we decided to head out around the Pennines to see what photos we could come up with.


I met Chris in his home town of Hebden Bridge, where he had a ride planned for us taking in some of the local trails to see what pixel stealing opportunities were available.

Lung busting climbs took us to the top of the hills, giving us amazing views down the valleys & dales and technical descents offered up some exciting action shots.

We've managed to come up with a ride, that is going to offer you riders, not only an amazing day in the saddle, but the chance to test out that camera gear and improve your riding and photography skills at the same time.

The weather isn't looking too great, but that just makes it more fun and adds to the atmosphere in the shots. Plus we always have Drink? in the centre of Hebden Bridge to dry out after, shove a pie in our pie holes, sip on one of their fine craft ales and review our images on the projector.

In a nutshell, £50 gets you a ride out around the Pennines, some mtb technique tips from Chris and some photography tips from myself, all the images we take as a group to take home on your SD cards and of course a PIE.

There's still a couple of spaces left, so be quick and get booked on

You can find out more details on our Facebook event on the link below, or by contacting me andy@alcphotography.co.uk..


https://www.facebook.com/events/248148955889170/


For more workshops and rides coming up, make sure you follow Chris & me on the usual social media outlets.

https://www.facebook.com/WhooshMTB https://www.instagram.com/whooshmtb/

https://www.facebook.com/alcphotosleeds/

https://www.instagram.com/alcphotosleeds/

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andy@alcphotography.co.uk      Tel: +44 (0)7854 093822

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