Whether you want to improve your photography, find more inspiration or reconnect with the outdoors. Walking Photography offers a diverse range of activities and workshops that will leave you feeling inspired and engaged.
Rich is a really good teacher. He listens to what you want to achieve and tailors the day to what you want to understand and learn. You never feel he is taking a formulaic approach, rather he engages with the questions you raise and offers his considered view and considerable technical competence to address the issues.
Great follow up notes tailored specifically to what you covered and the questions you raised.
I had an enjoyable day on the hills, learnt a great deal and enjoyed Rich’s company. A great investment in my photography, and a thoroughly enjoyable day too. Thank you.Jason Wright
What a great evening wandering and learning about low light night settings. The weather certainly didn’t dampen our enthusiasm and Rich was a very attentive and patient teacher. Nice to spend the evening with other photographers. Thank you and see you again soon!Cecilia
Despite the fact we were on public rights of way, Rich's route took us through quiet open meadows, woodland, farmland and alongside established hedgerows. His ability to spot and then share wildlife in each habitat was exceptional.
In preparation for owl spotting, Rich discussed in-depth the fragility of the ecosystem that supports each species and how this is influenced by human practices. Legal expectations when watching owls were explained, together with the underlying reasons. As a result, we were able to stand and watch a little owl for quite some time until it chose to take flight and admire a barn owl quartering a meadow; the bird swooping and dipping before us prior to leaving, oblivious to our presence, with its kill.
Overall, an exceptional evening spent in good company...and some great photographs to boot!Michael Latham