farm is a venue for BBC Autumnwatch
this Wildlife Photography Course you will learn how to take a variety
of photographs, from close-ups to landscapes. How to make the best use
of light and composition, which features of your camera to use most
and the skills you need to take portrait and action shots as well as
close-up photographs. Also learn the best ways to get close to wildlife
using hides and camouflage, and simply how to take stunning wildlife
images that require minimal adjustments in Photoshop.
never assume any prior knowledge, whether you are a newcomer or more
are sure to enjoy the opportunity to increase your skills to photograph
a wider range of subjects.
Cooper is an award winning BBC wildlife film maker with over 30 years
photographing nature in the UK and worldwide.
pace will be enjoyable and your day is designed to be fun. Although
we plan to be out and about for much of the session, making full use
of our ancient woods, meadows, lake and waterfall, we will return to
the conference room for tea and coffee. Toilet facilities are never
far away. During our lunch break there will be more opportunities to
discuss and answer individual questions. In small groups you benefit
from personal advice and tuition throughout the day.
will learn how to:
like a professional photographer
- create great
a blurred background to your shots and control shutter speed
ISO to change shutter speed
your camera's autofocus points
the appropriate focus mode
importance of correct exposures and using fill-in light
close to wild animals
really useful 'tricks of the trade'
courses: click here for e-mail enquires
available courses 2013
9th June, 31st August.
10am - 5pm course price
£108.00 inclusive of VAT, lunch, tea and coffee.
B&B rates also available when attending photo courses.
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and special one to one courses
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