Kevin Sawford image of rabbits

courtesy Kevin Sawford image of rabbits

Beginner's photography course - online webinar

Location: Online event, Zoom webinar
An introduction to wildlife photography course with instruction and personal critique, delivered online via Zoom. ONE PLACE LEFT

Event details

Date

Time
10:00am - 3:00pm
A static map of Beginner's photography course - online webinar

About the event

Kevin Sawford, the award-winning photographer, will lead this our first online photography course for beginners. An experienced tutor of our in-person courses, Kevin will lead a fascinating morning of photography fundamentals and best practice for anyone interested in capturing the county's beautiful wildlife on camera. He will demonstrate the various photographic equipment to take with you on your wildlife photography outings and what practices to employ with your own cameras in order to create the best possible images.

Following the morning's tuition, there will be a short break for lunch and then you will have the opportunity to share your own photographs for Kevin to critique with advice and comments that will help you make the most of your budding camera skills. You can send your electronic photographs into us ahead of time; share your screen on the day; or hold your hard copy photographs up to your computer camera on the day. Numbers are limited for this special online event so that everyone will have the opportunity to discuss and share their photographs during the afternoon's live interactive session.

This live online course will use the Suffolk Wildlife Trust Zoom platform and when you book, you will receive simple instructions on how to join the event from the comfort of your own home. When booking, please do input the email you will be using on the day.

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Contact us

Contact number: 01473 890 089

Future Webinars taking place with Suffolk Wildlife Trust