RSPB Photography Courses: Fairburn Ings


Summer Workshop at 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 (**Fully Booked**)

Saturday 14th October; 11.00am – 3.00pm (7 Places Available)

RSPB Fairburn Ings 14th October

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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: 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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