Wildlife Photography Courses

Seabird Photography Course at Bempton Cliffs Yorkshire

Bempton Cliffs
Seabird Photography Course at Bempton Cliffs This is a jewel of a location on the Yorkshire coast. It is home to the largest mainland seabird colony in England. Over ½ a million seabirds flock to here to breed. After spending the winter out at sea, gannets, kittywakes, puffins, guillemots, razorbills and fulmars head back to Bempton to breed on Yorkshire’s rugged seacliffs.               Bempton Cliffs really is an assault on the

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One-to-One Wildlife Photography Courses

ONE-TO-ONE WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY COURSES
For those students who feel that they would like to spend a day having individual photography tuition rather than learning in a small group, we offer our one-to-one wildlife photography training day. This will provide you with an individual, personal learning course allowing you to take full advantage of our one-to-one teaching programme. Learning new things whilst having fun at the same time is fantastic, and with our one-to-one photography tuition day you will do

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Norfolk Seal Photography Workshop

This seal photography workshop in Norfolk concentrates on the techniques and camera controls required to successfully photograph wild animals, in particular grey seals. We will cover focus modes, exposure modes, white balance, depth of field, how to avoid camera-shake, equipment for wildlife photography, use of light and of course composition. One of the biggest problems people face when photographing wildlife and using long focal lengths is achieving sharp pictures.  We will look at this subject

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Red Deer Photography Workshop Richmond Park

Red Deer Richmond Park
This full day photography course in Richmond Park runs on dates just during October of each year because the red deer rut takes place at this time. Really dramatic wildlife photography images are possible with bags of action. Look out for stags locking antlers in their battles for the right to mate with receptive females. The whole park reverberates to the sound of roaring male red deer challenging their rivals. You don’t need expensive photographic

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