Spider Webs & Mists Photo Workshop

Join me for a creative Photography Workshop capturing evocative images of Nature.

Autumn is arguably the best season for mist and fog, creating wonderful opportunities for atmospheric images. With my years of local knowledge in West Yorkshire we start early to take advantage of the conditions. This workshop has a flexible date (with a provisional date of 7th September) chosen upon suitable weather for early morning. We start before sunrise, allowing us to find the best compositions and prepare our cameras. Spider webs can regularly be found in these conditions and can be photographed both as part of wider landscapes and in close up.

“Very informative and help develop my skills in a range of techniques. Highly recommended!”

Tim Harness

We’ll look at the most suitable camera settings and pay particular attention to light and composition. A tripod is not a necessity but is highly advised; graduated filters are also a useful accessory. Groups are kept to a minimum of just 3 people allowing me to give a high level of personal tuition.

This Spider Webs & Mists Photography Course in Yorkshire can also be booked on a One to One basis or purchased as a Gift Voucher

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Dates & Booking

A deposit can be paid via Paypal below or cheque. You will need to complete the online Booking Form Please also read the Terms & Conditions.

Cost: £70 per person
Dates 2019: Provisional date 7th September (Date to be chosen upon the best weather conditions between 7th and 13th September) (3 Places Available)
Start Time: Approx half an hour before sunrise (Workshop lasts 3 hours)
Maximum number: 3
What’s included: tuition
Deposit: £30
Equipment: A range of lenses can be used from wide angle to macro. This workshop is suitable for all types of camera including DSLRs, bridge and mirrorless. A tripod is highly advised; useful extras include graduated filters and reflectors

 Email: paul@naturephotographycourses.co.uk

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Spider Webs & Mists September 2019





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