Coffee, Cakes and Cameras - Wildlife Photography - George Turner

Nikon School are delighted to be hosting another coffee, cakes and cameras morning with wildlife photographer and influencer George Turner (a.k.a George The Explorer). This event is an informal gathering for all levels of photographers who are interested in wildlife photography with the added benefit of being able to try out the latest Nikon cameras, lenses and speedlights if you want. There will be the opportunity afterwards to ask questions and talk about photography tips and techniques.

OVERVIEW OF COURSE CONTENTS:

Join wildlife photographer George Turner as he takes us through tales of 'Life Under The Canopy'. Primarily focusing on chimpanzees and western lowland gorillas, George will discuss the challenges of shooting in central Africa's jungles, capturing 'the different', and how to tell a story with your lens.


• Try Nikon cameras & Lenses

• Meet and chat with other photographers

• Talk with a Professional Photographer

• Get advice on equipment and images

• Coffee (Tea & Hot chocolate are available)

• Cake

BOOK THIS COURSE

07 FEB, 2019
LONDON

( 10:30 - 13:30 )

TRAINER: GEORGE TURNER

£20.00 per attendee

ATTENDEES:

COURSE REQUIREMENTS:

TECHNICAL
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  • Attendees do not need to bring anything with them but everyone is more than welcome to bring in any cameras, equipment or Images that they would like advice on.

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  • None
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KNOWLEDGE OF:

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ACTIVITY / FITNESS
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Low LEVEL

REVIEWS:

Average customer rating for this course:

5 STARS of 5

Recent reviews:

Fun and Informative

REVIEWER: James P.

DATE: FEBRUARY 2019

RATING: 5 of 5

"The course was very interesting and informative and gave us an idea into the practices of a published wildlife photographer, I would recommend to anyone who shares an interest of wildlife photography and enjoys cake "

Interesting and Engaging

REVIEWER: Alison T.

DATE: FEBRUARY 2019

RATING: 5 of 5

"An interesting session hearing about the time and effort taken to get a handful of great pictures of creatures in the wild. Useful to hear discussion about both the composition thinking and settings for the images and how these aspects interacted."

The difficulties being a wildlife photographer

REVIEWER: Jeanette T.

DATE: FEBRUARY 2019

RATING: 5 of 5

"Having seen George's presentation before it was interesting this time to hear him tell us about how difficult it can be doing wildlife photography! Spending seven days having to photograph gorillas etc trying to track them down especially carrying equipment in difficult jungle conditions. "

Informative and Enjoyable

REVIEWER: Alison T.

DATE: FEBRUARY 2019

RATING: 5 of 5

"This was a great way to spend a morning. George was a great raconteur and was willing to share his adventures, techniques and photographs (good and bad) with us. This gave us an insight into how he set up his shots, changed his angles/position to capture the Chimpanzees and Gorillas without disturbing them."

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LOCATION:

Centre of Excellence, 63-64 Margaret Street, London, London, W1W 8SW

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