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The Art Of Wildlife Photography Part II

Tom Way

Following the hugely popular and informative series opener, Tom presents the second part of the 'The Art Of Wildlife Photography'. With more detail and more emphasis on the technical side of image-making, this builds on the presentation "Welcome to the Mindset" and the first part of this series.

This talk is the second in the series titled 'The Art Of Wildlife Photography'. Tom speaks about a number of technical aspects involved in creating his photographs including his use of various shutters speeds, creative use of aperture and his thoughts on ISO. He will discuss various composition techniques in relation to both taking wildlife portraits to incorporating the wider scene and the various tools and equipment he uses in the field to create his photographs. Following this live event there will be an extended Q+A session in which you can put your questions directly to Tom. Photography Experts bring you the very best photographers who excel at their craft but also deliver a top-quality Web presentation that is as entertaining as it is informative. In each presentation the Expert not only shares their stunning imagery with you but the detail of where and how the image was taken, they will give you their own personal insights on composition and settings not available anywhere else in this format. We seriously recommend registration and participation in the live event for the chance to ask questions directly yourself or listen to the answers they give to other participants. Only registrants to the live event will have access to the Q&A content as well as being given a 72 hour post event streaming of the event, so even if for some reason you are unable to attend you still get to see the full event. Recordings are made available at a future date but without the premium content.

30 July 2020 at 18:30:00


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Start time 19.30 BST (20.30 CET) -Presented on Zoom all event links and details, as well as complimentary reminders, are sent on booking. Please always check your spam mailbox for event links.

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