Wildlife Photography Workshops

Regular price £35.00
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Improve your wildlife Photos with specialist workshops. Small groups on practical and insightful workshops under expert guidance, delivered in a friendly and easy to follow.

Want to get better photos of wildlife and nature?

Join Rich Bunce Walking Photographer (British Wildlife Photographer of the Year Winner ) for an inspiring introduction to Wildlife Photography. Relevant for people of all experiences and abilities with a maximum group of 5 ensures you'll get personalised guidance and advice. 

2023 Dates

28th Jan, 8.30am - 12pm: RSPB Leighton Moss £35 (5 max)

14th May, 10.30am - 1pm: Beginners Macro Photography £35 (5 max)

30th Aug, 8.30am - 3pm: Photographing Kingfishers £70 (3 max) 

15th Sep, 1pm - 5pm: Red Squirrels, Yorkshire Dales £70 (3 max - includes travel from LS29)

You might also want to checkout:

Wildlife Photography at Malham (18th Jun) - Which is timed for peak Peregrines and migrant birds like Redstarts, Northern Wheatear, Flycatchers and more! 

Get a Grip Wildlife Photography Course (19th April) - Intro to the best wildlife settings and more

Bempton Cliffs (Various Dates) - Wildlife spectacular with around half a million nesting birds, including puffins!

All workshops offer the opportunity to learn practical camera skills in an environment full of wildlife and inspiration. Attendees also get a free illustrated digital guide that highlights key skills covered. 

 

Leighton Moss Photo Walk

 

Skill Level: Beginners to Advanced 
Duration: Varied
Locations: Various, Yorkshire and beyond
Terrain: Generally pretty good access with some slopes and potentially muddy paths
Other Info: Group Maximum of 5 ensures detailed and specialised tuition
Next Date: Various - Get in touch to find a workshop to suit you.

 

 

Golden Acre Park, Leeds

Next workshop:  Get in touch 

This workshop explores Golden Acre Park as well as neighbouring Adel Dam Nature Reserve (a location of special scientific interest). It is a fantastic spot for wildlife photography. The park and reserve boundaries offer a diverse habitat with great opportunities for close-up wildlife experiences. It's the perfect location to hone your wildlife photography skills!

Common sightings include Nuthatch, Kingfisher, Great Spotted Woodpecker, Red Kite, Sparrow Hawk, Kestrel, Siskin, Goosander, Heron, great array of Fughi, mandarin duck, Tufted Duck, Jay, Wren, Blackcap, Teal, Bullfinch, Brambling, Tree Creeper, Goldcrest and Common Toad.

Less common sightings include Water Rail, Bank & Water Vole, Little Grebe, Roe Deer, Lesser Spotted Woodpecker, Shelduck, Tawny Owl, Little Owl and Fox. Recently Otter have also been spotted by Adel Dam.

One-to-One Wildlife Photography Lessons (3 hours) 

Whether it's better photos of wildlife visiting your garden or a specific species you want to locate and photograph, Rich's experience, knowledge and connections can help you achieve better photos of your favourite creatures! 

Call 07828117810 for more information. 

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Can I bring children?

From an early age, photography has played such a key role in my life. As part of my desire to champion photography to young people I offer free places for under 16s when accompanied by a paying adult

What if the weather forecast is bad?

You may be surprised just how many bad forecasts result in beautiful days - it happens a lot!

Walking Photography will always try and proceed with a planned photo walk. If extreme weather conditions or severe accessibility issues arise, then the walk date will rearranged for a convenient date. 

What if the weather is bad? 

It is surprisingly rare to have an event that is completely marred by the weather. With a deep to commitment to offering fun and enjoyable photo walks and workshops, if the event is judged to have been ruined by the weather participants will be given a 50% discount voucher off a future Photo Walk workshop up to the same value. 

Can I bring my camera phone or tablet?

Yes! We welcome camera phone and tablet walkers on most photo walks. There are some events like Get a Grip Course and the Night Photo Walks where you require manual functions on your camera. Such events are clearly noted in the descriptions.

What is the accessibility like? 

Accessibility varies widely from event to event. Please get in touch with any accessibility questions.

Walking Photography also offers Private Leisure Tours at a fixed rate that can be tailored to address any accessibility needs.