John Fairclough & Ron Thomas - Nature and Wildlife Photographic Training
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The Society of International Nature and Wildlife Photographers have announced a new photography workshop. Attendees will learn about the nature photographers’ code of practice, the secrets of photographing birds of prey, close-up and macro shooting in the field, getting exposure and composition right with fast-moving subjects, and more. Hosted by John Fairclough and Ron Thomas, the seminar will be taking place on 29th May in Wirral Country Park, Station Road, Thurstaston, Wirral Merseyside. The cost of attendance is £80 for Society members and £120 for non-members. For more information visit the website below.
Society of International Nature and Wildlife Photographers Press Release
Nature and Wildlife Photographic Training
Join John Fairclough and Ron Thomas in the beautiful Wirral Country Park for an informative and practical photography workshop.
The Society of International Nature and Wildlife Photographers have been working closely with John Fairclough and Ron Thomas to bring a new dynamic photography workshop for nature and wildlife lovers.
The workshop with the exception of a warm welcome and brief introduction, will be a practical hands-on workshop where you’ll be given the opportunity to capture some superb and evocative wildlife images.
Nature Photographers Code of Practice
Photographing birds of prey
Camera angles/composition/exposure in a practical and fast moving wild situation.
Phil Jones, The Societies CEO says, “We are thrilled to be launching this new full-day seminar for nature and wildlife photographers. We are confident all attendees will leave with a number of top quality images, memorable experience of how they were obtained and the knowledge passed on by John and Ron”
For full details on the workshop, please check out the website: http://www.swpp.co.uk/seminar_files/fairclough_thomas_members_training_days.htm