On Sunday 11th November, I’ll be giving a digital presentation on my photography as part of the Wetland and Wildfowl Trust’s Photography Weekend at Arundel, West Sussex. I’m on at 12 and if you do happen to be in the audience, do come up and say hello. Click HERE to take you to their page.
There are a couple of places remaining on the Photographing Nature workshop at Arundel WWT centre in West Sussex, next Thursday 14th June. The day will be a mix of classroom presentations and in-the-field photography. The price of £89 includes admission and welcome tea and coffee. During the day I will discuss those camera settings I use as a professional photographer and the techniques I employ when shooting close-ups, landscapes and wildlife. Stalking and hide techniques are also covered.
For more information and to book a place, click HERE
Should you have any questions, please feel free to get in touch with me.
Tel: 07939 117570 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Arundel is a wonderful place to practise and learn many of the skills which we will cover as there is a wealth of “tame” bird life as well as flowers and insects. The group size, as with all my workshops, has been kept small to a maximum of just 8 participants enabling me to spend as much time as you need or would like. No specialised camera equipment is required though a vague understanding of exposure, shutter speeds and apertures will be necessary.
Just a few spaces remain on my Winter Wildfowl photography workshop at Arundel WWT (Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust) Centre in West Sussex, on Monday 21st January. Arundel is a wonderful place to home your techniques as the birds come very close to you so no need for cold waits in hides! Although mainly a bird photography workshop, other aspects of wildlife photography are covered, too, including stalking, setting up a bird winter feeding station and Lightroom and Photoshop techniques. So, you could say, it’s a rather full day!
For more details regarding the day and how to book, please visit the centre’s website, HERE.
The Following is a testimonial I received from a previous workshop. No money exchanged hands!
“Robert, can I thank you for a great day yesterday. You answered all my questions and a lot more, giving me a confidence boost in progressing with my photography aspirations. You have given me lots of ideas and I feel now that birds and wild life will be my main focus for some time to come. I thought your workshop was excellent and pitched at the right level and which was echoed by the other guy’s in the group.”
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Robert Canis is a professional photographer specialising in the natural world.
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