Wildlife Photography – Exposure and managing the light
Do you want to really take control of your photographic creativity? Or have you just bought a new camera? This is the course for you.
Photographer Jackie Rado will guide you through a practical and hands on photography workshop which explores exposure settings and how to manage the light in wildlife photography.
We’ll look at the variables and how to cope with the ever-changing and often elusive winter light, as well as manual controls on the camera and how to create the perfect exposure.
The day will begin with an introduction inside, before heading out into our nature reserve. This course is suitable for beginner and intermediate photographers, and tuition will be tailored to suit individual requirements. Due to small course numbers there will be plenty of time for 1-2-1 tuition.
Please bring your camera with fully charged batteries and formatted memory cards. A longer zoom lens is useful if you have one but not essential.
Don’t forget to dress warm and bring waterproofs for the winter weather!
Time: From 10 am to 4 pm (Duration 6 hrs)
Price: £60 per person, plus paid admission to the Centre. Booking Essential
WWT London Wetland Centre, Queen Elizabeth Walk, Barnes SW13 9WT
Thu 27 January