Join Victoria Hillman and delve into the world of macro photography in the field. From where to look for and how to find subjects through to how to photograph them in their natural habitat causing minimal disturbance. We will look at different ideas and techniques from close-ups to in habitat images and how and when to use additional light without using flash. We’ll be on the lookout for plants, invertebrates and even frogs and toads to photograph. Find out more at https://rspbhamwall.eventbrite.co.uk
£100 per RSPB Member Ticket
£120 per Non-RSPB Member Ticket
Booking essential. Spaces are limited. Please note that booking fees apply.
Find out more at https://rspbhamwall.eventbrite.co.uk
£100 – £120How to get involved Equipment required: Camera, Macro lens if you have one, close up filters also work and extension tubes if you have them, but these are not essential, Tripod or monopod, Extra camera batteries and memory cards, Lens cleaning cloth, Waterproof shoes, jacket and trousers for the early morning especially. We will be lying on the ground at times and you will get very wet without waterproof layers. Warm clothing - layers work well as the day heats up. Accessibility Suitable for ages 16+ Please note that the workshop will be taking place on some rough terrain and will be walking approximately 2 to 3 miles. There will be some standing, sitting or lying in one place for long periods of time. Where
Ham Wall reserve
Glastonbury, BA6 9SX United Kingdom