Red Grouse Workshop

Dates: All Year. Prime time for pink heather 25th July – 11th August

The Red Grouse is an iconic game bird found on moorland, they are a shy bird so at times not easy to photograph.

I have a wealth of experience photographing Red Grouse so will take you to a great location in the Yorkshire Dales to photograph them.

Itinerary

Start Time: 6am (earliest)

An early start is best to catch the Red Grouse when they are just waking and hopefully we will have some nice soft light, weather permitting. I suggest a 6am start, but appreciate that this may be a little early for some people so I am happy to work this around you.

We will spend approximately 4 hours photographing the Red Grouse.

Workshop Dates

All Year but prime time is 25th July until 11th August as the heather is at its best in full bloom.

Location

North Yorkshire

Individuals and Groups welcome

One to a maximum of 3 per workshop.

Workshop In Brief

Photography

Birds

Dates

All Year. Prime time for pink heather 25th July – 11th August

Cost

£100 Per Person

Group Size

3 Maximum

Accommodation

None

Fitness Level Required

Low.

Included

Transport during workshop

Experienced or Beginners

I welcome all levels of experienced photographers and I will be on hand to provide you with the best possible advice on settings and composition.

Equipment Required

  • 300 – 500mm lens size is best.
  • Beanbag.
  • Spare batteries and memory cards.

Fitness

Some walking, so low fitness levels required.

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