Start Date15th Jan 2022 End Date15th Jan 2022
Wildlife Photography for Teenagers
The Wildlife Photography for Teenagers workshop is a photography experience for children, aged 11-16 years. This photography workshop offers the children and their guardian to learn different aspects of photography; starting with technical features like exposure and focus settings as well as composition of images plus how to approach taking photos of wildlife in captivity and in natural habitat areas.
In particular children, who have taken up GCSE-Photography, thinking about choosing a photography career or who have a keen interest in photography, will benefit from the Online Photography Tuition session, which is offered before the workshop as part of the package. The tuition session is individually tailored to each child’s experience level and needs. We can go over technical aspects of photography as well as photography projects, the children might work on and would like to add to with the photos, they intend to take as part of the Wildlife Photography for Teenagers workshop. Please just let us know what you would like to learn and get out of the photography workshop.
On the actual photography workshop day, professional wildlife photographer Barbara Meyer will help the children with setting up their cameras and teach them how to approach wildlife photography. Advice on any photographic aspects and how to capture the animal action will be available to the children (and their guardians) throughout the photography workshop.
The Wildlife Photography for Teenagers workshop will start at 9:30am and will finish at 3:30pm. As with all our photography workshops we limit the number of participants; in this case to 2 children and one guardian each. This benefits our teenaged customers and their guardians as they will have more easily access to good positions around the enclosures and to one-to-one support when required.
Big Cat & Nature Photography terms and conditions apply to all photography workshop bookings.