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Outdoor Photography Workshop

Outdoor Photography Workshop 2016

The world is a beautiful place and few know that better than the dedicated outdoor photographer. Capturing images of the diversity of landscapes and nature must rank as one of the most desirable pastimes. The UK, despite its relatively small size, is blessed with appealing photo opportunities. From stunning scenics to captivating wildlife and beautiful flowers, there’s no shortage of subjects to cover. And that’s just during the day. At night, the world is transformed and everyday scenes take on a completely different aspect. In this first edition of Outdoor Photography Workshops, we provide advice and inspiration to passionate outdoor photographers looking to take their best ever images whether during the day or at night. Our team of experts provide in-depth advice to photographing the most popular outdoor subjects, including wildlife, nature and landscapes. We trust Outdoor Photography Workshops helps you develop and broaden your photo skills and passion for photography and provides the inspiration you need to capture amazing outdoor images.

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United Kingdom
Lingua:
English
Editore:
Dennis Publishing UK
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“The world is a beautiful place and few know that better than the dedicated outdoor photographer. Capturing images of the diversity of landscapes and nature must rank as one of the most desirable pastimes. The UK, despite its relatively small size, is blessed with appealing photo opportunities. From stunning scenics to captivating wildlife and beautiful flowers, there’s no shortage of subjects to cover. And that’s just during the day. At night, the world is transformed and everyday scenes take on a completely different aspect. In this first edition of Outdoor Photography Workshops, we provide advice and inspiration to passionate outdoor photographers looking to take their best ever images whether during the day or at night. Our team of experts provide in-depth advice to photographing the most popular outdoor subjects, including…

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essential kit for wildlife

YOU COULD ARGUE that no other subject is as challenging or varied as wildlife. Getting within picture-taking range of wild animals can prove difficult enough, let alone taking photographs of them. With wildlife ranging from small to big, we’ve a separate section in this guide focused on all things small, for example: insects, reptiles and pondlife (see page 28) and the camera techniques to best suit. Here we tailor our advice for larger creatures, such as birds, deer and urban wildlife. Without a doubt, birds and mammals are the most appealing and popular wildlife subjects. There are just so many potential variants, from large, majestic deer stags, to colourful and busy songbirds found in your own back garden. Wherever you live, you are never far away from exciting quarry. In the…

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photograph wild birds

WHEREVER YOU ARE, there is never a shortage of feathered subjects nearby and they offer endless opportunities for capturing stunning wildlife shots. however, they are also one of the hardest subjects to master – know-how, good technique and quick responses are all key skills for budding bird photographers. There is such a wide variety of birds on the planet, that generalising about technique is always a hard thing to do. Birds can be large or tiny, fast or flightless, difficult to locate or breed together in vast numbers. your exact approach and the kit required will vary from subject to subject. however, regardless of species, there are certain rules you can always apply to your bird photography. Firstly, you ideally need a good range of focal lengths to help you cope…

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home in on garden birds

It is all too easy to think that great wildlife photographs can only be taken in far-flung, exotic locations. in reality, this couldn't be further from the truth. Back gardens can be a haven for wildlife and, with a good feeding station, can provide you with enough subject matter to keep you busy for months, even years! a telephoto or telezoom lens will be required for small birds, but with the use of a modest hide, or even shooting out of an open window, 300mm upwards should provide enough reach. small birds such as tits and finches have lightning fast reactions and don't hang around in the same spot for long, so make use of the high-speed drive mode on your camera. this will enable you to fire off a…

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stake out wild deer

RED DEER ARE the UK's largest land mammal and are a very impressive sight. Fallow deer should not be overlooked, however, as their variation in colour and markings make them particularly photogenic. Most deer that inhabit parks are accustomed to being around people, so it's not essential to use a monster lens. a focal length of around 300-400mm is usually plenty, and a teleconverter can be added to gain some extra reach. It's worth avoiding a 2x converter and opt for a more modest 1.4x, which only results in a light reduction of one stop. although new teleconverters on the market are a big improvement, the 1.4x will often give a noticeably sharper result than the 2x converter. The most productive time of day to photograph deer is early morning. Following…

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urban & park wildlife

AT FIRST SIGHT, our cities and towns may not seem to be the ideal places for nature photography, but with the ever increasing pressure on our countryside, urban areas are fast becoming important havens for wildlife. Peregrines have taken residence in many cities around the UK, and numbers are increasing every year. to attempt a Peregrine photo project you will need to put in plenty of ground work and be prepared to visit a number of times to establish the birds regular perching spots. Also note that the Peregrine falcon is a 'schedule 1' protected species so to photograph it at, or near the nest will require a licence from Natural England. Often, distant shots are more effective, however, as they show the environment and tell more of a story…

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