If you’ve ever fancied yourself as a nature photographer or feel that you’re just not getting the best
out of your camera, then this might just be the experience for you!
Two days of photography training with Derbyshire based nature photographer Guy Badham.
Guy is a partner photographer for Marketing Peak District & Derbyshire and is used extensively by
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust.
The idea of the training is to make you feel more confident when using your equipment in an outdoor
situation, giving you tips and hints on how to improve your work and turning your ‘snaps’ into ‘art’.
Mount Cook Adventure Centre is a great place for nature photography, being surrounded by beautiful
and varied countryside, including the dramatic Black Rocks, Tranquil Cromford Canal and historic
Middleton Top. There is potential for a wide range of nature photography, from birds and animals, landscape and
flowers..so lots to suit many people’s interests.
Bring what equipment you have and want to make better use of.
Your camera...it doesn't need to be an SLR, a bridge or compact camera is fine if that's what you have.
Lenses, if you have a range of lenses, bring them out to play!
A Tripod or monopod may be useful.
Any filters you may have,
Suitable clothing for being active in the great outdoors.
You will need to be relatively fit and be able to carry your equipment over rough terrain, bearing in mind that we will be outdoors for extended periods of time.
Price: £250 per person
The course runs from Friday evening - Sunday afternoon, with catering provided throughout the weekend. This includes 2 x cooked and continental breakfast buffets, 2 x packed lunches and 2 x evening meals. We cater for all dietary requirements, including gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan. Just let us know! A licensed bar will be available in the evening, which offers a selection of local bottled beers, wines and spirits.
All participants will have sole occupancy of a comfortable, en suite bedroom. Lockers are provided in each bedroom to keep your belonging safe whilst you're out and about.
Under 18's need to attend with a Parent/Guardian.