Our Birds of Prey Photography Workshops for 2017.

Our Spring & Autumn Birds of Prey Photography Workshops are run in Wales at a venue that we have used for the last 5 years using a professional falconer & his birds, we have access to vast areas of farmland which enable us to take advantage of some fantastic photographic opportunities. In addition to these, on demand & subject to a minimum number of participants, we are able to arrange Bird of Prey Workshops in East Sussex, if you would like to arrange such a workshop, please contact us.

SPRING 2017 BIRDS OF PREY PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP – 22ND & 23RD APRIL 2017.

The fresh spring air & green foliage make the setting hugely attractive for photographers, & if we’re lucky, there may even be a bluebell or two. Both Pui Hang & David will be on hand to assist you in honing in your composition & motion photography skills so that you obtain editorial-quality images to cherish for years to come. Over the Saturday afternoon & full day on Sunday you will have abundant opportunity to use the varied lighting conditions & different locations at your disposal.

Bookings are open now!

The Wonderful Little Owl Inspects The Outside World From A Broken Barn Door Photographed On The NaturesLens Welsh Birds Of Prey Photography Workshop

AUTUMN 2017 BIRDS OF PREY PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP – 21ST & 22ND OCTOBER 2017.

NaturesLens invites you on a 1.5 day photography workshop, based near to Welshpool, capturing impressive images of birds of prey using the varied backdrops which the locality has to offer; including disused quarries, barn & farm areas & expanses of woodland. Our guides will offer advice to ensure that you obtain magnificent photographs of these bird species both posed & in-flight.

Autumn brings rich textures & colours to rural areas, as the leaves turn to red, gold & brown, & begin to form a soft blanket which covers the ground. This provides a stunning backdrop for nature photography, & the soft light & warm colours will allow you to capture breathtaking images of bird species.

Bookings are open now!

A Portrait Of A Barn Owl Which Is Perched On A Wooden Farm Wheel Photographed On The NaturesLens Welsh Birds Of Prey Photography Workshop