This is a strictly 1-to-1 off-road photographic safari from a 4×4. We shall focus mainly on fallow and red deer, but roe will also be a possibility.
The Knepp Wildland at 3,500 acres, is the largest privately owned re-wilding project in lowland Europe and the wildlife is nothing short of incredible. It has the added advantage of being slap bang in the middle of south-east England. We shall have exclusive access to this area.
An interesting point is that that the fallow deer on the Knepp Wildland project have prize-winning antlers, considered some of the largest in the world?
Full photographic tuition is given throughout, as well as fieldcraft, and deer natural history.
A minimum focal length lens of 300mm is required for this course but a longer focal length is even better.
Animal behaviour may vary based on local conditions and weather and no guarantees are possible for shots you may wish.
Booking: email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 07957 484 737 or 01273 494 753 to book your place.