Date(s) - 21 May 2016 until 22 May 2016
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
This short course aims to give those with a general interest in wildlife the opportunity for an introduction into the exciting world of Wildlife Photography.
The course will examine the different kinds of wildlife that we can find in our local environment, how we can find different species and photograph them with minimal disturbance.
The course requires that you have your own camera and that it has some manual override controls. Previous photographic experience will be helpful but is not essential. There is no assessed or certificated element to the course; the emphasis is instead on gaining confidence and experience in wildlife photography and most importantly having fun.
The course consists of 14 teaching hours spread out over two days. Each day will start at 10am and run to 5pm but there will breaks for tea and coffee and lunch (please bring a packed lunch).
Please be aware that we may spend some extended periods outside and so please wear appropriate clothing and footwear; waterproofs, warm jumpers, sunscreen and hat if it is hot.
Course Fee: £70 per person for both days. If you are interested, have any questions or would like to book please contact Simon directly by e-mailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bookings are closed for this event.