Deer Photography Safari in Richmond Park, London, led by Adriaan van Heerden.
On this half day (five hour) photography experience you will learn how to take some great pictures of deer in the wonderful setting of Richmond Park in south west London.
We will start at 7.00 am and aim to finish at around 12 pm.
There will be ample time to ask questions and you will also have the opportunity to share your experiences and results with your fellow photographers via Adriaan’s Facebook page.
Full joining instructions will be given upon booking.
In terms of equipment having the ability to get to a focal length of at least 300mm will be an advantage (500 mm would be great). This could be a 70-200mm lens on a cropped sensor DSLR, the same lens with a 1.4x teleconverter on a full frame sensor, or a 100-400 mm lens etc. You will need to be able to carry all your equipment with you from the meeting point. Please bring plenty of memory cards as they fill up quickly with wildlife shooting. Also please bring wet weather gear for yourself and your camera as the workshop will go ahead whatever the elements throw at us.
Places are limited to six so please book early. A minimum of three participants is required for the experience to go ahead; in the event that the experience has to be cancelled all monies paid will be refunded.
Please contact Adriaan on 07813 306 434 or email@example.com if you have any questions.
Here’s what some previous participants have said:
- “A great experience and we got really good shoots. Adriaan knew the good spots to capture some great photos. I highly recommend this workshop! Many thanks Adriaan.” Raquel Carro-Lopez, London
- “I have found Adriaan very personable and admirable, such a wonderful workshop that me and my son attended in Richmond Park. Many thanks!” Sam Huxter, London
- “The workshop was most definitely an amazing and unique experience. Some amazing action and atmospheric shots. Thanks for a fantastic day. I can heartily recommend this workshop experience.” Simon Wellsted, London
- “Adriaan certainly knows his stuff. He is very patient and knowledgeable. It was good to be with someone who knows the area and wildlife habits. A great morning, well worth it, got some lovely images. Recommended :)” Heather Buckley (RHS Photographer of the Year 2013), Brighton