Introductory or Macro Photography Day Class for £29 at Norfolk Wildlife Photography (Up to 59% Off)
- Professional wildlife photographer
- Rural Norfolk location
- Range of classes
- Choice of introductory class or specialist macro tutorial
- Six hour session based in a nature reserve
- Participants may use their own SLR, bridge, or compact camera
- Includes indoor, studio and outdoor tutorials
- Father's Day gift idea
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required online via http://grouponbookings.co.uk/norfolk-wildlife-photography from 28 May 2012 at 2pm. 7 day cancellation policy. Classes run from 10am-4pm. Must be 18 or older. Max. class size 10 people. Excludes lunch. Clients must bring their own SLR, bridge, or compact camera with manual editor modes. Macro lens or equivalent is strongly recommended, Canon macro can be hired for a £15 surcharge. Customers must contact partner beforehand to reserve this. Valid on option purchased only. Original value based on most expensive option. Original value verified 11 May 2012 at 2.36pm.
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Snakes often stick their tongues out, which tends to ruin their family portraits. Go wild behind the camera with today’s Groupon with Norfolk Wildlife Photography. Choose from the following options:
• £29 for an introductory photography course (Up to 59% off)
• £29 for a macro photography course (Up to 59% off)
Snapping fuzzy creatures in crisp clarity, wildlife photographer Jonathan Lewis imparts his critter-framing wisdom with a lively array of outdoorsy classes. The Norfolk Wildlife Photography tutorials range from beginners’ run-throughs to nocturnal badger set sessions, and also include excursions to Tanzania and the Amazon. When not coaching up clients, the skilful Mr. Lewis focusses on work for various periodicals and sells limited prints of his best pieces.
Assembling in groups of up to ten, aspiring snappers can ready their SLR, bridge, or compact cameras for a six hour session combining indoor and location work. Those opting for an introductory class may develop their knowledge of ISO, shutter speed, and other features as they capture images on a working Norfolk farm. Alternatively, a specialist macro tutorial will bring clients up close to insects and foliage as they learn how to hone stacking skills and other advanced techniques, with the added opportunity to photograph praying mantises from around the world.
Introductory class (29 June 2012, 10am-4pm)
Introductory class (28 July 2012, 10am-4pm)
Introductory class (3 August 2012, 10am-4pm)
Macro class (4 August 2012, 10am-4pm)
Macro class (17 August 2012, 10am-4pm)
Introductory class (25 August 2012, 10am-4pm)
Additional dates may be added, subject to demand.