£60 per person which includes:
Full tuition, focusing on photographing the subjects in the field making the most of natural light and if, when and how to add additional light if needed. All subjects will be photographed where found in their habitat, we will not be gardening around the subjects or moving them for a better shot, instead we will look at how to make the most of potentially tricky situations.
Maximum of 6 spaces available (minimum of 2 people required to run the workshop)
What to bring:
Camera(s) and manual if you can, lenses, tripod (or monopod) any filters you have, flash and/or LED lights, outdoor clothing including waterproofs, it can be very chilly and wet early in the morning and weather conditions can change quickly.
No refreshments are provided for the half day workshops so please ensure you bring water and snacks
(I will bake cookies though)
A basic working knowledge of your equipment and a basic understanding of aperture and white balance are essential.
2019 workshops to be confirmed....
If you would like to book a place as a gift for someone then please let me know and I will post out a gift certificate.
I am happy to run workshops for groups or classes across the UK and in different locations and offer a special group rate, if you are interested please drop me an email on firstname.lastname@example.org