A mass photography project documenting over 2000 square kilometres.
In 2016 The Flat Capped Photographer initiated one of the largest photographic grid projects of all time. He enlisted the help of over 100 photographers, both amateur and professional alike to make a photograph on points at which the OS map grid lines intersected across the whole of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
The project has since been exhibited in a variety of locations and has been featured in the Yorkshire Post newspaper and on BBC Look North. Click on the link below to see the project photos on the official project website.