8 Park Row
Burley in Wharfedale
Landline: 07828 1...
adult education, guided tours, guided walks, outdoor activities, photographer, walker, Walking Photographer Tours, walking tours
Walking Photography is a new, original and creative way of keeping healthy! Walking Photographer Tours are created and delivered by artist, photographer and designer Rich Bunce (AKA Walking Photographer). The key goals of Walking Photographer Tours are to deliver a variety of courses that benefit physical, mental and social wellbeing in an enjoyable and interesting way.
The digital revolution has made photography more accessible and economical than ever. The rise in popularity and advancements in technology mean that photo walks are one of the most cost effective ways of staying healthy!
As a nation we have become more inactive than ever. In recent studies Walking for Health revealed that only 4-6% of men and women meet recommended daily activity levels. Another study discovered that 25%-30% of boys and girls were considered "very inactive", while 0% of girls aged 11-15 are meeting recommended daily activity levels.
Photo walks provide a new way to stay active and feel healthy while having fun. Going outside and experiencing nature in any environment stimulates a biological reaction called biophilia and can leave people feeling inspired, more positive and with a clearer head. Walking Photographer Tours introduces people to the wonders of photo walks and equips them with the skills necessary to start their own walking photographic explorations.
A little bit about the Walking Photographer
Rich Bunce aka Walking Photographer is a passionate, professional photographer who loves being outdoors walking and exploring any landscape.
Rich has been a professional freelance photographer and designer for nearly 10 years, fulfilling a variety of commissions including editorials, portraiture, PR, outdoor and product photography. Notable clients include brands like M&S, Coca Cola, BBC and Kate Moss Parfums. His photography is exhibited worldwide, including galleries in New York and London.