Wildlife Photography: Back to Basics
Sat 25 March
This is an opportunity to go back to the foundations in photography.
Photographer Jackie Rado will guide you through a practical and hands on photography workshop exploring key controls and settings on the camera, as well as the elements that manage the exposure and light in wildlife photography.
This course covers the details of how to achieve an ideal exposure for your subject; selecting an appropriate shutter speed, metering the light, and managing various manual controls and settings which control the exposure. Accurate focus is key in wildlife photography and we take a closer look at the details and find appropriate settings for a variety of subjects around the reserve.
This workshop is ideal for all levels of photography – as an introductory or a refresher course on the foundations in camera exposure. The day is a mixture of classroom learning with outdoor hands-on practice and plenty of time for 1-2-1 tuition. Content details will be tailored to the specific interests and experience of the course attendees on the day.
Please bring your camera with fully charged batteries and formatted memory cards. A standard mid-range zoom lens is perfect and bring a longer lens if you have one. Dress warm and bring waterproofs for winter weather..
Time: From 10 am to 4 pm (Duration 6 hrs)
Meeting Point: Courtyard Pagoda
Price: £65 per person, plus paid admission to the Centre. Booking Essential
Please be aware that normal admission charges apply - if you are NOT a WWT member you will need to purchase an online entrance ticket in addition to your event.
WWT London Wetland Centre, Queen Elizabeth Walk, Barnes SW13 9WT
Sat 25 March