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You are making an enquiry for the Spring Birds of Prey photography workshop, which is scheduled for the dates of 9th - 10th May 2020 & costs .
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Before booking, it is important that you read the relevant photography workshop event page & our Booking Terms & Conditions. If you have any doubts regarding your suitability for this photography workshop, please contact us.
To book, simply click the relevant link from the event page on our website. You will then be sent a booking form & a copy of our terms & conditions. In order to secure your place on the selected photography workshop, simply complete the booking form with details of all persons travelling & holiday indemnity, in relevant cases, & return to us (either by email or by post) with confirmation that the deposit has been paid. Payments should be made via bank transfer.
Recommended Camera Equipment
For this photography workshop, we would recommend that you have available, an array of lenses up to 400mm. An intermediate telephoto lens such as the 100-400mm would be perfect as it is extremely versatile. A wide angle would also be useful if you fancy capturing some birds in the environment shots.
If you own a lens with an aperture of f/2.8 within the recommended focal length, bring it! These will allow you to focus on your subject faster & will also be useful in low light conditions.
You should also pack a tripod to help steady your lens, especially when you are out photographing in the woods.
The UK weather can be changeable so for this photography workshop, we recommending bringing layers since you can remove items of clothing as you start to warm up. You should also bring a waterproof jacket, waterproof trousers & good strong waterproof walking boots so you are covered for all eventualities.
The photography workshop itinerary is subject to change & is to be considered provisional.
NaturesLens photography workshops require a minimum number of participants in order to be viable. If this minimum number is not met, the photography workshop may not go ahead. This photography workshop has a minimum participant level of 5 plus NaturesLens guide(s).
In the event that the minimum number for a photography workshop to go ahead is not reached, NaturesLens reserves the right to cancel any given photography workshop. In that event 100% of monies received will be returned. However, NaturesLens is not responsible for expenses incurred by its customers.
Not all mentioned wildlife can be observed & photographed at all times of the year, thus some activities may be considered seasonal & not available.
NaturesLens reserves the right to accept or decline any person as a member of any photography workshop.
Payment of deposit by photography workshop participants or their representative constitutes their acceptance of all conditions contained herein.
All bookings are made subject to our terms & conditions
. Travel Insurance Requirements
It is a condition of booking that you are insured against medical & personal accident risks. This must include cover for the activities to be undertaken during the photography holiday. We also strongly recommend you take out cover for cancellation & curtailment & baggage cover.
We have made use of the services of Campbell Irvine Insurance in the past, Campbell Irvine has policies which are specially designed for adventure holidays & are underwritten by AXA Insurance. As an alternative, check your standard travel insurance, many bank accounts include suitable insurance as part of a packaged deal.
Personal Travel Insurance can be arranged directly at Campbell Irvine.
For photographic insurance, we highly recommend the services of Glover & Howe. We have made use of their policies for a number of years now, adjustments, policy maintenance & claims are handled in an easy & professional manner by them.