Join me photographing Upland Birds in Yorkshire’s Wild Landscape
Available Spring and August/September
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This Photography Workshop takes place in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales. Using the car as a mobile hide, we photograph upland birds in their natural habitat. Red Grouse will be our main target, providing close opportunities for photography amidst the heather and bilberry. Other birds include Lapwing, Curlew, Meadow Pipit, Wheatear and Oystercatcher. These workshops can be booked in Spring and late Summer. Spring time is exciting on the moors with much breeding activity and interaction. August is a special time as the heather moorland begins to flower creating a colourful purple backdrop for our images – this time of year is specifically for Red Grouse as most other birds have moved on.
“I was a bit nervous being basic amateurs but Paul was very patient, friendly and relaxed which put us both at ease. He explained things in a way we understood and ensured we got great shots.”
To achieve the best photographs we’ll look at how to expose correctly and how to use focusing modes and focus points to achieve sharp images. A digital SLR or mirrorless is advised with a minimum focal length of 400mm.
These Upland Birds Photography Courses in Yorkshire can also be purchased as a Gift Voucher via Paypal through the drop-down menu.
Total Cost: 1 Client: £200; 2 Clients £300
Dates: Spring & August/September. Contact me to arrange a date.
Time: Dependent on weather and season. Most start times are around sunrise. Length: 4 hours
What’s included: Photography tuition of wild birds in their upland habitat.
Equipment: You will need a lens equivalent to a 400mm or greater (based on 35mm measurements). An extender can be useful. A beanbag is advised but you will be provided with one if necessary. If you’re unsure about equipment, please just ask.