Nature Photography


Are you new to the world of photography and looking for a kickstart along your journey? If so, then this intensive practical Nature photography workshop in the grounds of the wonderful Gregynog Hall here in Mid Wales is for you.
Join me, Brad Carr, for a full day of adventure and exploration around The Great Wood; land of some legendary ancient oak trees, as we dive deep into the fundamentals of the art of photography.
During this intensive day, we will look to familiarise you with your camera and its' settings, so that it can become an extension of you and bridge the gap between your inner world and the outer world. You will then be free to let your inspiration and intuition lead the way, allowing you to express yourself to your hearts content, and explore this world with curiosity and child-like wonder.
We will spend the first part of the day indoors, where I will deliver a short talk and presentation, and deliver some important theoretical information that we will then put into practice during the practical session in The Great Wood, which will take up 7.5 hours of our day.
As well as familiarising yourself with the camera, you will also be encouraged to explore your connection with Mother Nature through conversation as we look to further develop your knowledge of the camera, and understand how it can help to deepen this connection and provide you with a further sense of belonging here on the earth.
Teas and coffee will be provided during the morning session, and we will take a break for lunch that will also be provided by Gregynog Hall.

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Introduction to Nature Photography with Brad Carr

Type:Wildlife & Nature Event

Gregynog Hall, Newtown, Powys, SY16 3PL

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Event (25 May 2024)
Saturday09:00 - 18:00

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