The UK is home to some of the most extraordinary and charismatic wildlife species in the world, yet it is often highly underrated and unappreciated. Working as either a professional wildlife photographer or a hobby photographer can often give you a unique opportunity to both observe and photograph many of the spectacles of the natural world; however it is not without its own challenges.
Without any control of your lighting, subject placement and the behaviour of the animal, perseverance and patience is key, along with an in-depth understanding of both field craft and knowledge of your subjects key behaviours and habitats. It’s not uncommon to fail many more times than you succeed, however when everything falls into place every failed trip becomes worthwhile.
This Masterclass talk highlights some of the key challenges you will face in your journey towards becoming a wildlife photographer, along with highlighting some of the ways to overcome these challenges in order to become a better photographer. The potential ethical implications of working with wildlife in photography will also be covered, discussing how your work can have a positive impact on our British wildlife species.
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All bookings are final. We reserve the right to change speakers and exhibitors without notice.
Five reasons to attend this class:
1. To be inspired to get out and take photographs of the natural world
2. To find out more about a wildlife photographers experience moving from dSLRs to a Micro 4/3rds camera
3. For an insight on working with our British wildlife
4. Hear about the transition from hobby to full time wildlife photography
5. For the opportunity to ask questions about any aspects of wildlife photography and working full time
The Societies of Photographers Convention and Trade Show at The Hilton London Metropole Hotel ...
You have 27 days until The Societies of Photographers Convention starting on Wednesday 10th January 2018
Convention testimonials This year's Convention will have a very positive impact on my business and I just know that I will be ready for more next year. I'm on a journey to a very nice place, it will take a while to get there and the hills are very steep. Get there I will and your input will have played a big part in the successes that lie ahead. Graham Martin
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