Wildlearning - Introduction to Wildlife Photography April 28
28 April 2018, 10:00 - 15:00 (Add to calendar)
Join award-winning wildlife photographer, Kevin Sawford, on this
introductory workshop at Bradfield Woods.
Discover the various aspects needed for fantastic wildlife photography such as equipment, camera settings and fieldcraft.
The course will cover: how to use your camera's different modes for
particular subjects/how to control your depth of field/how your ISO
setting affects your camera's settings/how to get the most from your
lens/how to correctly expose your shots/how to support your camera to
avoid camera shake.
Kevin Sawford has run many photography courses for the Trust over the
last few years and has had his work published in prestigious magazines
such as BBC Wildlife Magazine. Kevin recently won the British Wildlife
Photography ‘Seasons’ category award with his series of roe deer images.
All camera equipment (including spare batteries, memory cards)
notebook and pen.
Tea/coffee and biscuits included in price.
The first session of the day will be based in the Green Oak Centre where Kevin
will take you through the essential fundamentals for successful
For the second session Kevin will take you out into the woods to put into practice what you have learnt. The course is
timed to coincide with the beautiful carpets of bluebells that cover the
woodland floor. There should also be many other subjects to photograph.
If you are interested in this course but unsure whether you have
the necessary equipment or knowledge please go to Kevin's website to
contact him with any questions prior to booking: www.kevinsawford.com
You can also see Kevin's wonderful wildlife images on his website.
When booking please ensure your email/contact address is correct as it will be used to send event joining instructions. If you do not receive these instructions after booking, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org