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Upload date: 2016-11-22 Caption: Wood grains, Copyright notice: © Paul Stillman
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|Instructors:||Paul Stillman LRPS |
With a history in medical photography and many years of experience in studio, landscape and wildlife, Paul is an exceptional all-round photographer. His detailed knowledge of cameras and woodland birds combined with his natural ability to impart knowledge make him the ideal teacher on this workshop. Paul is President of the Brighton and Hove Camera Club.
|Start time:||This is a half day workshop session usually starts at 9.30am. We will email exact details a few days before the date of your booking.|
|Meeting point and times:||We usually meet at the High Beeches Cafe , High Beeches Lane, Handcross, RH17 6HQ.|
|Cancellation policy:||You may cancel at any time up to 48 hours before the course starts with a full refund or a half refund within 48 hours. If we have to cancel the course because of rain or any other unforeseen problem we will let you know as soon as possible by email or text message and you will receive a full refund or priority booking on another date. If you travel to a workshop that is cancelled we cannot be held liable for your travel costs or any other expenses you incur as a result of the workshop being cancelled by us.|
|What you need to bring:||Warm clothes. Bring your camera and a fully charged battery (preferably two batteries), memory card and lens. We recommend a minimum 300mm lens. You may also find a remote shutter trigger helpful. All of this is available to hire for a small fee. You can order this at the same time as making your booking.|
|Memory Cards:||If you hire your equipment from us we will supply your camera with a memory card in it but you will not be able to take this away with you. You are welcome to use your own card in the camera. We will tell you what card type you need. You will be able to buy an array of basic memory cards from your instr|