This is a really wonderful opportunity to take some stunning shots of a range raptors from kestrels, to hawks, eagles, vultures and a selection of beautiful... Read more
Date04 Sep - 04 Sep 2020
Workshop contentWildlife photography
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This is a really wonderful opportunity to take some stunning shots of a range raptors from kestrels, to hawks, eagles, vultures and a selection of beautiful owls. Expert falconers position the birds in natural surroundings, so you can take photos without glass or wire fences getting in the way.
Lindsey will start the day with a short tutorial on photography, sharing techniques for wildlife photography and offering guidance with the key settings for capturing a good image.
Throughout the course of the day the group will join 2 or 3 public flying demonstrations to photograph birds on the wing. The bird’s short flights are repeated several times giving you a chance to practice this tricky subject!
Lindsey will offer photographic support throughout the day both in group sessions and one-to-one tuition. The experienced falconers are also very happy to share their knowledge of the birds if you’re curious to find out more about them.
This is special and fun day out for beginners and more experienced photographers alike.
(You may also like to join Lindsey on Sat 05 September for photography workshops in Woodbridge – part of the Suffolk Sketchfest events.)
£99 including VAT
Price includes: Photographic tuition, entrance and private photography session at Suffolk Owl Sanctuary
Price excludes: Lunch is not included – please bring a picnic, or money to purchase a café lunch.
Places must be pre-booked using the form below or by calling us on 01394 382235
The Suffolk Owl Sanctuary
Stonham Barns, Pettaugh Road, Stonham Aspal
Tel: 03456 807 897
The Suffolk Owl Sanctuary is situated on the A1120, two miles east of the A140 on main Ipswich to Norwich Road. Follow the A1120 through the village of Stonham Aspal and Stoneham Barnes and the Sanctuary is on your right. There are brown signs for the Suffolk Owl Sanctuary on the A14, A12 and A140.