Evening wildlife photography
Thu 25 July
4pm - 8.30pm
This workshop gives keen photographers a rare opportunity to enjoy WWT London Wetland Centre in a relaxed, secluded atmosphere when most of the other visitors have left. Experience the beautiful evening light from late afternoon until dusk, taking advantage of the changing conditions to capture images that aren’t possible during normal opening hours.
The evening starts with an introductory session looking at composition and technique and you will then head out onto the reserve to spend the majority of the session outside under the guidance of wildlife photography tutor, Iain Green.
This is a tutor-led session and participants must stay with the group at all times.
£39. Includes admission to the Centre after 3.30pm.
About Iain Green
At eight years old Iain wrote his first book ‘Attracting wildlife to your compost heap’; sadly it was never published! However, those early jottings were the start of a lifelong passion for wildlife and since 1997 he has worked as a professional wildlife photographer and author of three published books. Iain has spent ten years studying wild tigers in the Indian jungles, but now is most often found exploring the urban jungles on our doorstep.
Image: Vole - Iain Green