Amanda shared some images taken during our Autumn Birds of Prey Workshop

The long eared owl, perched on a twisted tree, photographed on the NaturesLens Autumn Birds of Prey Workshop

Amanda joined our Autumn Birds of Prey workshop as part of her birthday treat. It was her first time attending a photography workshop, but as you can see, Amanda has a real talent!

By spot metering on the owl’s chest, she was able to achieve a studio-like image of the barn owl.
The wonderful barn owl, perched on a vintage water pump, photographed on the NaturesLens Autumn Birds of Prey Workshop

The long eared owl, perched on a twisted tree, photographed on the NaturesLens Autumn Birds of Prey Workshop

Our birds of prey workshops are suitable for beginners & experienced photographers alike. As well as honing composition skills, it is also an excellent opportunity to experiment with light & obtain some stunning portrait shots of iconic raptors & owls.

The buzzard was the star of the show for many of our guests. Amanda was able to achieve this shot by getting down low in the grass.
The buzzard, photographed on the NaturesLens Autumn Birds of Prey Workshop

My personal favourite, however, is this gorgeous portrait of Lily the Barn Owl.
The wonderful barn owl, perched on dilapidated barn door, photographed on the NaturesLens Autumn Birds of Prey Workshop

Amanda said “This was my first time taking part in a photography workshop, & I learned so much about my camera, which I have only had for a short time. I would do it all again in a heartbeat!”

The wonderful long eared owl, perched on a twisted tree, photographed on the NaturesLens Autumn Birds of Prey Workshop

It’s always great to see clients coming out of their comfort zone & experimenting with monochrome. I think the little owl is especially effective.

The little owl peers from behind a vintage wooden wheel, photographed on the NaturesLens Autumn Birds of Prey Workshop

Thanks to Amanda for allowing us to share some of her beautiful images from the weekend. We hope to see you again soon!
The buzzard feeds on rabbit, photographed on the NaturesLens Autumn Birds of Prey Workshop

Join the Spring Birds of Prey Workshop

To photograph these birds & many others for yourself, join Sean Weekly, one of the most active members of the NaturesLens guiding team, in Wales, during May 2018 for a workshop spread over a weekend; this photography workshop will offer you the opportunity to capture images of the various birds of prey that our falconer has available; the NaturesLens Spring Birds of Prey Workshop costs £225 per participant.

All the details of the Spring Birds of Prey Workshop are available on the dedicated event page.

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