David Speight Photography
Covid-19 and forthcoming workshops
Just a quick update regarding forthcoming Photography workshops and how they will go ahead while keeping firmly within social distancing guidelines. At the time of writing, the government have eased some of the restrictions put in place to stop the spread of the Coronavirus. Up to six people from different households are now allowed to meet, and you can travel to the countryside as long as members of different households adhere strictly to the 2m distancing rule. As of today, 15/06/2020 I am able to offer group photography workshops from a number of locations in Yorkshire.
I have already fulfilled a number of one to one workshops in the last few weeks and these have been able to go ahead successfully and without incident. Regarding the safety of myself and my clients, a group workshop is obviously more of a challenge to arrange while still keeping within the distancing guidelines. For this reason the workshops will go ahead, but initially with reduced group sizes. Although not usually a problem on my workshops anyway, we will avoid all congested, busy areas where absolutely possible. If necessary, where usually we would use a Cafe for lunch, participants will now be asked to bring packed lunches. I will also have anti bacterial/viral gel and wipes available so we can clean down equipment after use where necessary.
If you have any questions at all, please get in touch via the contact form.
Posted on 15th June, 2020