Creative red deer & stag imagery can be achieved not only during the magical “golden hour” but also, if the weather is kind, in the short time after the golden light period. In fact, this is probably the best time to do something really innovative with light & composition as evidenced here by Sean’s stunning, award winning images.
We have always maintained that strong images can be achieved at the end of the day as well as at the start of the day which is why holidays such as our Dalmatian Pelicans of Lake Kerkini offer late afternoon to sunset sessions (weather & light permitting) & we also offer afternoon to late evening Birds of Prey workshops. Sean’s beautiful images lend further credence to this belief.
The NaturesLens Red Deer in Rut Photography Workshop has been designed to take advantage of sunset & sunrise with the first session commencing late afternoon through to sunset. This is the perfect opportunity to try some evening photography & learn from Sean himself, before the more traditional early morning session.
The morning sessions have early starts, but the possibilities are endless if the light is good: a misty morning will lend atmosphere, rays of sunlight coming through the woods give rise to the feel of an enchanted forest, & Sean will be on hand to provide advice on composition, technique & even advice on deer & stag behaviour to enable you to achieve the best possible images.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO ATTEND OUR RED DEER & STAG PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP?
If you would like to photograph red deer & stag on a workshop lead by Sean, who captured the images shown above, then you can book the 2016 Red Deer in Rut Photography Workshop for £299 – the workshop includes one night’s accommodation on a dinner, bed & breakfast basis.
The trip is scheduled to run over the weekend of October 8 – 9, 2016.