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A mountain hare photographed in the Cairngorms by Karen

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Leaping red squirrel photographed by Mike in Perthshire

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A tawny owl photographed by Mike in Lincolnshire

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Novice bird of prey photography workshop


Novice bird of prey photography workshop. In association with a local professional falconer we are able to offer an introduction to bird of prey photography. These sessions are ideal for those wishing to improve their skills and techniques and start to take exciting photos of birds of prey up close. You will have the opportunity for portrait, environmental, and flight shots under expert guidance. We will help you with your settings, focus points, the technique to ensure you go away having had a great time, learned something, and more importantly having the memories to look back upon.

The day will be broken down as follows and you will learn some new techniques and how to get the very best out of your camera.

This is suitable for anyone with a bridge-type camera or a digital SLR. You will need to have a camera on which you can change the shutter speed and aperture as a minimum. If you are in doubt, just ask and we will advise you.


Meet the birds and Falconer(s)

Settings and lenses

Perched shots


Review shots on camera and help with settings

Continue with perched shots

Settings for action shots

Birds in flight shots

Review images

End of session.


Run in association with Joe’s Bows – Joe’s Bows

For those looking for a little more in-depth experience then consider: Bird of Prey Photography days

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