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Wildlife Photography Course: Chris Mattison, Andrew Gray
Through a mixture of classroom theory and practical sessions using live animals and museum specimens, learn how to photograph natural history subjects. With Chris Mattison, wildlife photographer and author and Andrew Gray, Curator of Herpetology at the Museum.
The course is aimed at people who already have a digital single lens reflex camera (DSLR) or similar and have some knowledge of how to use it. Point and shoot compact cameras are not suitable for this course. Each workshop will have a maximum of 12 participants. The course is part of Museum Meets, The Manchester Museum’s new year-round programme for adults, which includes After Hours, Urban Naturalist, Courses and Talks.
EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: You must provide your own equipment. Although the course is designed to be suitable for a variety of camera makes and models, you should know how your camera works and how the various settings can be changed: we will be dealing in general principles and there will not be time to teach people how to operate their own cameras, so please familiarise yourself with the instruction manual before attending the course! If you have a separate flashgun that is compatible with the camera, please bring this, along with any interchangeable lenses you may own, especially if you have any close-up equipment. However, it is not recommended that you go out and buy equipment especially for the course: you will be in a better position to choose your purchases, if needed, after the course. If you have a tripod, please bring this but, again, it is not essential that everybody has one.
A wildlife photographer and author whose main field of expertise is reptiles and amphibians.
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Venue: The Manchester Museum
Enquiries: 0161 275 2634
→ Oxford Road 11 min walk
→ Manchester Piccadilly 12 min walk