Kingfisher WorkshopSouth West Scotland
Sunday 2nd December 2018
three spaces available
This is a unique opportunity to photograph one of Britain’s most iconic and best loved bird. This is a great opportunity to get a truly breathtaking portfolio of Kingfisher images both perching and diving. The workshop will show how to capture these beautiful birds on camera
The Kingfisher site is in South West Scotland near Kirkcudbright. We can organize dates to suit you for one to four
See some images of my workshop in March 2018 here on this link
Sunday 2nd December 2018
The cost for this workshop is £150 per person three spaces available
The cost of a one to one workshop is £360 This is an all year round workshop and makes a great gift voucher for birthdays and Christmas with dates to suit you.
A 50% non-refundable deposit is required when booking your place, the balance to be paid one month before the workshop commences. For bookings within one month of visit, 100% to be paid.
This is an opportunity to photograph one the UK’s most loved, beautiful and iconic species. We will photograph them perching and diving very close to the hide. The perch sits about fifteen feet in front of the hide. The perches can be changed periodically to avoid too much repetition in your images.
We will look at exposure and exposure compensation, camera setting, shutter speeds and depth of field. Shutter speeds and ISO in relation to flying birds – light conditions and required shutter speeds.
Full tuition will be given throughout the day ensuring you get the best possible images from your visit.
This is an opportunity to create an amazing portfolio of Kingfisher images, both diving, and perching.
The meeting time is 07:30 am the location will be given when booking.
To book, please use the booking form below
Lenses up to 400mm, 150 – 500 zoom lenses are ideal, 70-200, for diving birds; Then 100 – 400, 200-400, 300 prime with a 1.4 converter is ideal for perching shots
A cable release is useful. Spare battery and cards.
Tripod and bean bag, not the lightweight type as they make too much noise. Bean bags are more useful than tripods
You will need to bring a packed lunch with you
To book please use the form below
Or call 01450 870044
There are also pictures of Kingfishers in the gallery, you can see them on this link https://www.wildlife-photography.uk.com/kingfisher-march-2019/
Just wanted to thank you for the kingfisher workshop on Saturday. It was a great day and although I haven’t had time to look through my images yet I know I’ve got some crackers!