Photograph Red Deer in the autumn rut with wildlife photographer Paul Miguel and capture striking images of the U.K.s largest land mammal.
Wednesday 14th October 2020
The red deer photography workshop takes place in the magnificent grounds of Studley Royal in North Yorkshire. During October, the deep sound of roaring deer stags reverberates around the trees as the annual rut gets under way. During this time rival males compete for females, sometimes resulting in full blown batles with clashing antlers. This is one of nature’s most magnificent events – a display of true power and might! The surroundings of the deer park are very natural, and using the changing colours of the mature trees we will compose pleasing portraits of red, sika and fallow deer. We photograph mid-week to avoid the crowds.
We will photograph individual animals and herds: tuition will be given on exposure control, composition and focusing technique. We may also have the opportunity to try some creative action techniques. Whilst the Deer are used to people, we do need to treat them with respect and avoid causing them disturbance.
We will finish with lunch at Studley Royal’s cafe overlooking the beautiful lake where we can review and discuss our Deer images.
Please note: there is a National Trust Car Parking Fee of £5 for a full day
These Red Deer Photography Courses can also be booked on a One to One basis or purchased as a Gift Voucher.
“It’s now 5 fantastic photographic days with Paul. On each occasion he has put me in the right place at the right time, for me to capture the image…”
A deposit can be made via paypal or cheque. You will need to complete the online Booking Form Please also read the Terms & Conditions
Cost: £95 per person
Dates 2020: Wednesday 14th October
Time: 7.00am – 1.30pm (start time may vary slightly depending on weather)
Maximum number: 4
What’s included: tuition; lunch with refreshments
Equipment: Lenses from 300mm upwards; outdoor clothing but not full camouflage; optional equipment – tripod/monopod
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