Fear not if you are an absolute beginner and as yet have no real grasp on the aforementioned. I have extensive experience in dealing with those of all levels and it is for this reason that I have kept the group size small.
After a while we will move on and stop at intervals to photograph. As well as bluebells there are many other species which I am sure will catch our eye, including red campion, violets and the vibrant yellow archangel not to mention bumble bees and butterflies.
Those attending are also welcome to bring along a few prints which I am very happy to critique.
Numbers will be limited to a maximum of just 6 participants to enable me to spend quality time with each, something impossible to do with much larger groups.
Price = £35
Price includes: Tuition and email review of images.
Price does not include: Refreshments.
As bluebells are quite large flowers, no specialised close-up equipment is required. A Bridge or SLR with wide-angle and medium telephoto zoom will be sufficient. However, should you have close-up filters, extension tubes and/or a macro lens, these will be useful though not essential. A full list of what to bring will be supplied upon receipt of booking.
Low. Level walking. Total distance of about 1 mile.
How to book
To receive a booking form please contact Robert here or alternatively click here to download one. To book your place Robert requires a £10 deposit which can be payable either by cheque or paypal. Please contact Robert in the first instance to check there are places available.
Remaining balance can either be paid on the day or through paypal. If paying by paypal this will need to be settled at least 7 days before the workshop date. Robert will confirm receipt of this by email.
Once the booking form is received, Robert will email details to you regarding suggested equipment and meeting place.
Once again, thank you so much for your excellent tuition and sharing your knowledge with us. It was a lovely afternoon and I learned a lot.
Chris (Strood, Kent)
I cannot stop taking bluebell and flower images, you have really planted the seed, if you will excuse the pun!
Gary (Folkestone, Kent)