NEW DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON FOR 2016

Forests are magical places where you can immerse yourself for hours trying to capture great images, but for many the forest is a difficult place to master. This can be for many reasons and can often be a source of frustration, but forest photography is one of my specialist areas and I’ve practised for over 30 years (so you’re in good hands).

In this workshop, I share with you the techniques I’ve devloped and introduce you to various methods for finding compositions and dealing with high contrast lighting. I also show you how to capture the best mood beneath the canopy and as a bonus, I show you clever techniques using your digital camera to capture high or low saturation picture styles.

The images below are typical of what we will capture (click on the thumbnails). Please note, these are not photoshopped images and I only show you how to capture these type of styles using your camera.

 

Forest photography courses are available throughout January-May – contact me or you can buy a voucher

Dates Availability Location Duration Price
Jan Fully booked Dollar & Crieff area 4 hours £260 weekdays (£340 weekends)
Feb Fully booked Dollar & Crieff area 4 hours £260 weekdays (£340 weekends)
Mar Fully booked Dollar & Crieff area 4 hours £260 weekdays (£340 weekends)
Apr Fully booked Dollar & Crieff area 4 hours £260 weekdays (£340 weekends)

 

EQUIPMENT REQUIRED?

ESSENTIAL

A digital (or film) camera and lens/lenses
Blank Digital Memory Cards 4-8GB and above recommended.
Film Stock if shooting in film (6-8 rolls)
Tripod
Sturdy/waterproof footwear. Wellies may be required.
Water/Windproof clothing.

RECOMMENDED
Remote release/remote trigger
Solid and graduated neutral density filters (ND Filters). I recommend Cokin Z, Hitech or Lee ND Grads. A selection of soft and hard grad filters is best.
ND 3,6 & 9 soft and hard grads recommended