Bempton Cliffs Photography Workshop
- RSPB Bempton Cliffs, East Yorkshire
- from £195.00 (see pricing table below)
Bempton Cliffs is home to over 200,000 seabirds from March to August. This is a very exciting place for wildlife photography, with many great opportunities to capture all the species close up, from the birds on the cliff-face to those in flight.
Key Species: - Puffin, Gannet, Kittiwake, Fulmar, Guillemot, Razorbill, Herring Gull and Shag.
This 1 to 1 photography workshop will be tailored towards beginners, enthusiasts and photographers who want to learn more about the different aspects of wildlife photography. We will start with a look at the techniques and equipment needed with advice and tips on how to capture that perfect wildlife image.
You will learn about correct exposure, how to deal with tricky lighting conditions such as harsh sunlight or low light levels, depth of field techniques, apertures, ISO, autofocus, shutter speeds and composition. Advice will be given regarding the different species of seabirds and the incredible seabird colony in which they raise their young.
Facilities: The newly built Seabird Centre includes an interpretation area, shop, toilets, picnic area and five cliff-top viewpoints.
Please note: If you would like to attend on a particular date listed below, but would prefer a different type of workshop, e.g. half day, 2 to1, group session etc, please contact us and we may be able to accommodate you.
Steve Race is our lead photographer at Yorkshire Coast Nature. From his start with a film camera in the early eighties right up to the digital era of today, Steve has acquired a great eye for wildlife photography. His passion for the natural world shines through on his workshops and tours with YCN. In 2013... Read More