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Wildlife photography workshop London

Wildlife London
Wildlife photography workshop London. As usual I had spent the week looking at weather reports because my annual red deer rut workshop was planned for the Saturday 4th October. The deer rut takes place every autumn and it’s a fantastic spectacle to both watch and photograph. I was slightly worried because the forecast was not looking good, but after thinking hard I thought it was worth giving it a go rather than postpone the course Click here for more information...

Photography Course Norfolk

Norfolk Field
Photography course Norfolk I spent a lot of time exploring here this year. It’s one of those counties that I “sort of” knew but realised that I had to look a little closer at its coast and countryside. I knew that Norfolk’s photographic potential was huge and for me it’s only a couple of hours away. Throughout this year I have been visiting various locations around the area from the broads which are absolutely fantastic Click here for more information...

Photography day at Rye Meads RSPB nature reserve

Rye Meads Kingfisher
Photography day at Rye Meads RSPB nature reserve I had a fantastic day’s photography at the R.S.P.B. Rye Meads nature reserve in Hertfordshire on Monday. The main focus of my day was going to be photographing Kingfishers. The Rye Meads reserve is well known for its Kingfisher hide. Although it’s a bit late in the season the Kingfishers were showing well and I got some really lovely shots. The best time to photograph these birds Click here for more information...

Dorset Photography Workshop Blog

Dorset Coast
I’ve just had a couple of great days running a two day photography workshop on the Dorset coast. I had a really nice group of photographers to work with. We covered so much over the two days I think the course notes will be essential reading for everyone.   The weather played its part: dry, warm with a nice mix of blue sky and cloud. September as a month is becoming more and more reliable Click here for more information...

Photography at Essex Nature Reserve

Essex Kestral
Photography at Essex Nature Reserve I had a great evenings photography at Fingringhoe Wick nature reserve a few days ago. Along with a small group of photographers I was lucky enough to be given access to the reserve after it had officially closed. This meant we had great late evening golden light. Wildlife photography is a bit like fishing. You have to wait patiently in the hope that something is going to happen. I was Click here for more information...
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