In 2018 I am running a number of photographic workshops at Wat Tyler Country Park and Norsey Wood in Essex. See below for some details on the workshops I am running.

 

 

Photographing Dragonfly Nymphs and Pond Creatures at Wat Tyler CP
22nd September 2018

Over the last 7 years I have been working on ways to photograph the creatures that live in and on our ponds, such as pond skaters, water boatman and dragonfly nymphs.  The workshop will start with a presentation running through the techniques I use to get the photos, followed by a very short walk to the ponds to catch some subjects.  Then we will spend the majority of the time using the photographic aquariums to get shots of the dragonfly and damselfly nymphs and other interesting species found in ponds.

No. participants: min 3, max 8

Price: £26.25 per person

Time: 10am to 1.30pm

To book please email neil.phillips@basildon.gov.uk

Photographing Autumn Fungi at Norsey Wood
3rd November 2018

Autumn is a wonderful time for photography, especially in woodland like Norsey Woods.

This workshop will focus on photographing fungi and the best approaches and techniques when doing this, but we may also be looking at other subjects too.

The workshop will start with a presentation on what I have found to be the best techniques and compositions when photographing fungi and other subjects, followed by a walk around the woods try them out on the subjects there.

No. participants: min 3, max 8

Price: £26.25 per person

Time: 10am to 1.30pm

 

To book please email neil.phillips@basildon.gov.uk

 

Coming 2019

Photographing Garden birds – at Wat Tyler Country Park Date TBC
Photographing Woodland Wildflowers and invertebrates – at Norsey Woods –  Date TBC
Photographing Dragonflies, butterflies and other invertebrates – at Wat Tyler Country Park – Date TBC

9 Comments

  1. Dear Neil

    I was directed to your instagram page by Louise Cook and I have to say you have wonderful images. Fantastic photographs.

    Are you hosting any more photo courses this year or next? Would love to see what you see.
    Thanks

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