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About this event
Professional photography trainer Clive Greenland will be leading this day, and will be teaching you the best settings and techniques to achieve sharp and stunning wildlife images! This day promises to offer the perfect combination of theory and on the field experience to boost your confidence and skills! Are you struggling to get eye catching wildlife images? Are they not as sharp as you would like? On this course we aim to give you the technique and skills that you need to make the most out of your camera when capturing wildlife.
This a unique event limited to just 12 places, we will have our own dedicated training room as well as use of the conservancy and their main flying demonstration.
Our photography will include birds such as Red Kites, Great Grey Owl, Vulture and many more!
Arrival time from 10:00 for tea and coffee, start time 10:30 with Clive Greenland leading a session on how to best capture birds and wildlife. Throughout the day we will get out and around the centre to watch the flying displays, capturing birds in flight and putting into practise what we have learned. We will break for an inclusive lunch at around 12.30.
Photography can be very rewarding and difficult all at the same time and this event will really push the boundaries of both of those statements with birds in flight. There will also be ample space on this event for social distancing.
Price includes, tea / coffees, lunch, photography training and flying displays!
This event has limited spaces and we expect tickets to sell fast for this unique experience so urge early booking to avoid disappointment!
Currently all of our events will run in line with our Covid-19 policy that follows government guidelines. You can find our Covid-19 policy information page here.
- Spare batteries
- Notepad and pen
- Camera protection - rain covers etc
- All levels welcome
- Knowledge of ISO Shutter Speed and Aperture
- There will be a fair amount of walking on this event
- Sturdy outdoor shoes
- Warm clothing
- Wet weather gear