We are pleased to announce an intensive Great Grey Owl photography workshop on the evening prior to our main September Welsh Birds of Prey Photography Workshop, on 27th September 2015. It is our intention for this workshop to focus on an extended session with a beautiful Great Grey Owl, an owl which is always a favourite subject on our owl workshops. The emphasis will be on pushing the boundaries of what is possible with this stunning bird. The Great Grey Owl or Great Gray Owl is a very large owl, documented as the world’s largest species of owl by length. It is distributed across the Northern Hemisphere. Continue reading
The NaturesLens Spring Welsh Owls Workshop is timed to, hopefully, allow for the photography of the owls in bluebell woods. Accompanied by a dedicated falconer, this is a fantastic opportunity for photographers of all levels of ability to get up close & personal with some amazing & charismatic owls.
[su_promotional_box promo_link_text=”Book Now” promo_link=”https://natureslens.co.uk/event/welsh-owls-photography-workshop/” promo_content=”Reserve a place on the NaturesLens Spring Welsh Owls Photography Workshop, with a deposit of only £50, your balance will be due April 2015.”] There will be the usual mix of flying & static shots. As with all our workshops, NaturesLens tutors will be on hand to provide as much tuition as is required. We will endeavour to make use of the following species Tawny Owl, Little Owl, Barn Owl, Long Eared Owl & a brief session with the Short Eared Owl. At the end of the day we have allowed time for photography of the Great Grey Owl – for this magnificent bird, you will have the opportunity for both perched & in-flight shots. Continue reading
We are pleased to announce an intensive British Owl photography workshop on the evening prior to our main May Welsh Owls Photography Workshop, on 9th May 2015. It is our intention for this workshop to focus on an extended session with a beautiful Long Eared Owl, without doubt a stunning subject. The Long-eared Owl is a medium sized owl, it has erect blackish ear-tufts, which are positioned in the center of the head. The ear-tufts are used to make the owl appear larger to other owls while perched.
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If you fancy improving your nature photography skills or the opportunity to capture some amazing images of foxes, wildcats, otters, pine marten, polecat, harvest mice & many more, then join us on our British Mammals Photography workshop.
To make the most of this weekend of photography, we are adding an afternoon Birds of Prey photo shoot. This will take place on the Saturday afternoon, with the mammal photography starting on the Sunday morning. There is such a wide range of species to photograph at the centre that the only way to do it justice is to spend two & a half days there. Continue reading