Wildlife Photography Workshops

Wildlife Photography Workshops

I run a number of workshops to photograph some really special species of wildlife in Scotland and in Northern Sweden from the simple woodland birds from my hide near my home in the Borders to the golden eagle very close at seven metres up in the Arctic Circle in Northern Sweden

My group sizes are very small; it’s difficult to photograph wildlife with large numbers of people wielding cameras. Because of these small groups I can give people individual attention

On the workshops we will look at cameras setting, compensation average white balance and take a close look at depth of field and magic triangle you need to understand to achieve the depth of field you are looking for. The magic triangle is the correlation between shutter speed, f-stop, and ISO. Which ever you alter, it has an effect the others.

If you are interested in coming on any of my workshops or just want information, Please click on one of the links in the menu on the left of this page. That will take you to the workshop page and give you the information you require. If you require further information please contact me via email of phone.

Email   ron@wildlife-photography.uk.com


Phone 01450 870044 office – 07802236740 mobile


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Ron McCombe

I am a full time wildlife photographer living in the Scottish Borders. I do most of my photography in Scotland in the Highlands and Islands as well as the Scottish Borders. I also travel to Northern Scandinavia, North America, Canada and South Africa to photograph birds and mammals. I organize workshops and deliver illustrated talks on birds and wildlife. My work has been featured in many magazines and publication and I have written just one book so far entitled “Wildlife through my Viewfinder” which is a collection of photographs and the stories behind them. I hope you enjoy this blog and website. I will try to update it as often as possible. I have recently started a newsletter, if you would like to receive it please sign up using the button on the front page of my website www.wildlife-photography.uk.com

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