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Venture into our ancient woodlands for a two-hour guided Woodland Photography Workshop hosted by award-winning journalist, author and photographer William Gray.
William has 30 years’ experience writing and taking pictures for magazine publishers, conservation organisations and as a widely-published freelancer. A zoologist, conservationist and passionate advocate of responsible tourism, he is a former British Guild of Travel Writers ‘Travel Photographer of the Year’. He leads photography workshops in the Cotswolds, Cornwall and Lake District and is a contributing editor for Wanderlust.
6 people per workshop.
You need to bring your own camera to take part (Digital SLR, mirrorless or compact models).
Tripods welcome, but not essential.
Please make sure you bring spare batteries.
This workshop will take place come rain or shine.
To get the most out of this workshop a basic working knowledge of your camera’s main controls will be helpful, though all abilities are welcome.
Please note all extra experiences are non-refundable and non-exchangeable.
If you’ve booked in advance, please bring a copy of the lead booker’s I.D. and your confirmation email (printed or screenshotted on your phone) to check in. Group bookings must arrive together to check in.