Date(s) - 07/02/2020
19:45 - 22:00
St Peter's Church Hall
On this special evening we are thrilled to welcome David Boag – wildlife photographer, author, lecturer. In David’s own words “I lecture regularly throughout the country to a wide variety of natural history, photographic and general interest audiences. On numerous occasions I have spoken at major conferences for organisations such as the National Trust, the RSPB, British Trust for Ornithology and the Royal Photographic Society.”
Tonight, David will talk to us about Classic Wild Landscapes.
“After photos of family and friends, more pictures are taken of landscapes than any other subject, but so often the results are disappointing; a beautiful landscape image is not an easy photograph to achieve. In this talk we will look at a variety of landscapes or habitat pictures, and whilst enjoying the scenery we will draw out of it various features that we can use to improve our photography. We can consider using our camera in a different way.”
There will be the opportunity for questions and discussion during the second half of the evening.
If you love to take landscapes but wonder why they’re often missing that ‘certain something’ you won’t want to miss David’s inspirational talk! Tickets will be available from mid-October onward, and bookings can be taken via our website.
Ticket prices – Club Members £3.00 per person, non-members/guests £5.00 per person.
Bookings are closed for this event. Members can access the meeting by clicking join zoom meeting on the main page.