RSPB Photography Courses: Fairburn Ings

Half day nature photography courses at RSPB Fairburn Ings Reserve in West Yorkshire with Paul Miguel. Ideal for budding photographers keen on Nature.

“Many thanks for today I learnt a lot and will be taking a lot more action shots of animals now that I know how!”

Jeanette Richardson

Dates 2017:

Please book via Paypal (below) or cheque. Please also complete the Online Booking Form

Saturday 17th June; 12.30pm – 4.30pm


RSPB Fairburn Ings 17th June



Saturday 14th October; 11.00am – 3.00pm


RSPB Fairburn Ings 14th October



What’s included: tea/coffee; tuition; feedback on images
Maximum number: 8
Equipment: Any cameras apart from disposable. Zoom lenses and interchangeable lenses are particularly useful; optional equipment – tripod/monopod, flash-gun; filters – Bring what you have – I’ll show you how to use it!

Photography courses are half days, running for 4 hours. These courses are aimed at beginners, although all levels are welcome.

After a thorough introduction, using digital media, we set out onto the RSPB reserve to shoot a range of photographs. Plants and flowers make ideal subjects; even during winter we can always find berries and natural patterns to photograph. Spring and summer bring buzzing bees, floating butterflies and darting dragonflies – all fantastic for close up photography. The hides and feeding stations also provide close views of tits, finches and tree sparrows.

Groups are generally kept to a maximum of 8 people allowing plenty of individual attention. The courses are not suitable for young children but teenagers are welcome to attend. Please note: the full cost is payable upon booking.

Workshops are also listed on the RSPB Events Page

If you have any queries Email Me:  paul@naturephotographycourses.co.uk or ring on 07759485791

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  1. I am trying to find a suitable half day nature/bird photography course suitable for a seventeen year old in or around Gloucestershir/Wilshire area, and would be grateful for your help. Many thanks.

    Anne knight

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