Waterfowl Photography Overview
Get ready to capture the beauty of waterfowl with our Waterfowl Photography all day course. This in-depth experience will take you through the basics of bird photography and give you the opportunity to put your skills into action. Learn how to set up your camera correctly, how to focus on a bird in flight, and how to achieve remarkable results with creative lighting techniques. With guidance from experienced wildlife photographers, you’ll have the chance to hone your craft and create stunning images that showcase these majestic creatures! So come join us for an unforgettable outdoor adventure – let’s capture some incredible moments together!
What will be covered
This is a full day course split into two four hour segments with having an hour for lunch and review of the first part of the day.
Photography can be quite daunting. All those buttons, dials and switches, where to begin how to attach the lens? do I just use the back screen or the viewfinder? this course is aimed at the either the complete beginner or those who wants to learn a bit more.
On the course we will touch on camera settings from Shutter speed to Aperture, and Manual if you want to try it (it is not as hard as you may think. Just a lot to remember.) also composition and technique. We will also talk about equipment if needs be.
This workshop is limited to THREE people per day leaving plenty of time for 1-2-1 tuition
For this waterfowl course you will need a bridge, DSLR, Mirrorless camera or a camera with a good zoom. The minimum lens I would recommend is a 200-500mm or a 150-600mm would be ideal. You may also wish to bring a beanbag to rest your camera on, spare batteries, memory cards and cleaning equipment can be handy also.
How to get there
This course takes place at Tophill Low Nature reserve which is run by the Yorkshire water authority. It is a fantastic place to photograph not just waterfowl but all birds and also some animals as well.
There is a car park
Follow Driffield Road A164 north towards Driffield for 6 miles. At Watton, turn right onto Church Lane and follow the signposts for Tophill Low Nature Reserve.
Follow Beverley Road A164 south towards Beverley for 5 miles. At Watton, turn left onto Church Lane and follow the signposts for Tophill Low Nature Reserve.
By public transport
The nearest train station is 4 miles away. There is NOT a bus that goes to the reserve.
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With the nature of this photography, we can not guarantee that you will see all the birds listed. Also, the course will go ahead whatever the weather so any payment made is non-refundable unless extreme circumstances dictate otherwise and due to our opinion.
We will not be held responsible for any equipment damage, theft or personal injury while attending the walk participants do so at their own risk!
If you pay a deposit you will be required to pay the remaining balance 48 hours before the day of the course. If you fail to pay the full amount before the day of the course you will lose your deposit and will not be able to attend the course.
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