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Wildlife Photography (Autumn)

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Taking photos of deer

Saturday 4 November and Sunday 5 November 10 am - 4 pm

and Saturday 11 November 10 am - 1 pm

Indicative maximum class size: 10

This course is aimed at anyone who is enthusiastic about photography and the outdoors who isn’t afraid to get up close and personal with wildlife.


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Course Dates

4th November 2017 – 11th November 2017

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Course Description

The theme of this course is Autumn. Your sessions in the classroom on the two Saturdays will be accompanied by a Sunday on location in a Nottinghamshire park where you will photograph the rutting deer, the changing colour of the leaves and the ornamental fungi that has begun to pop up.

There will be plenty of opportunities to capture some amazing moments with your camera. There will plenty of mistakes and missed opportunities, but all part of what will be a fun and valuable experience of real wildlife photography.

On this course you will:

  • learn a range of natural history photography techniques so that you can master the perfect shot
  • be involved in practical workshops and interactive lectures
  • undertake group critiques of your work.

What will you gain?

By the end of the course you will have a unique understanding of wildlife photography and its demands as well as rewards.

This course is ideal if you are building a portfolio for future employment or studies in photography, or else it is perfect for amateurs and professionals who simply want to immerse themselves in the subject.

“Jack was a really good instructor, he was very approachable and personable. He gave everyone lots of useful tips on how to make shots happen - I can’t say enough how much I enjoyed it.” AA (Autumn 2016)

“Jack is a brilliant tutor. I would do this course full time!” CH (Autumn 2016)

“Excellent and most enjoyable.” CR (Autumn 2016)

Tutor Profile: Jack Perks is Nottingham born and bred and from an early age was always fascinated with its wildlife. After completing his BA (Hons) Marine and Natural History Photography in Cornwall he went on to work with the BBC as a camera assistant. He has featured in over a dozen magazines including BBC Wildlife, Countryman and Diver. As a working wildlife photographer he spend much of his time helping others discover his passion.

Any questions?

Email: creativeshortcourses@ntu.ac.uk

Telephone: +44 (0)115 848 2813