Perhaps the most beautiful of the woodland plants – we aim to capture both portraits of single plants as well as capturing the stunning blue carpets. We then move to another local nature reserve to find early purple orchids.
Throughout the afternoon we shall also take images of many other beautiful woodland species such as lesser celandine, herb robert and any late wood anemones.
This half-day workshop is perfect for anyone who has just completed any of the ‘beginner’s’ workshops as our subject is static allowing us plenty of time to master our exposure and composition. Equally this workshop will appeal to the experienced photographer.
Small Dole, West Sussex
A lens of up to around 200 or 300mm or a macro is ideal. A low level tripod and/or bean-bag is also useful.