Time & Location
14 Nov 2020, 10:00 – 16:00
The Royal Oak, Bishopstone, Swindon, SN6 8PP, UK
About The Event
Rescheduled and to be our third time hosting this excellent workshop will take place in 2020.
An exclusive opportunity to spend the day with Paul Colley - winner of the British Wildlife Photography Awards 2018. A one day workshop covering low light and infrared photography techniques developed for bat photography, including a practical session with high speed triggers and camera traps
On the day Paul will teach the techniques he used to win the British Wildlife Photography Awards 2018. Sharing information about his setup, the processes he went through to create the image and help you setup your own image. The skills can be transferred across well for most nocturnal creatures, for example owls, badgers and foxes.
Covid 19 Information - After discussions with Paul and reviewing the facilities we have available here we feel that this event can be run safely on the premises. Attendees will be asked to sit socially distanced during the event unless from the same household or bubble and numbers have been limited accordingly. The practical session will still be run though in a slightly different manner allowing us to retain distancing practise.
- Tea and Coffee is provided
- Lunch is not included but a break will be given and food can be purchased from the Royal Oak
- Parking is available on site
- Disabled access is possible for this course but please contact in advance
- Ticket type
Ticket includes tea, coffee and refreshments during your visit.Price£120.00