British Owl Photography Workshop

 •  Location: Hampshire

 •  Full Day Price: £245

 •  Group Size: 6

 •  Tutor: Tom Way 

Based in Hampshire, Tom runs a one-day workshop where you will be able to photograph a number of British Owls and Birds of Prey. In this captive environment and in just a small group of 6 guests, this day gives the opportunity to really get to grips with your camera. Tom will be on hand to ensure that you have plenty of time to learn the best settings for wildlife photography, talk about composition, shutter speeds, apertures and ISO whilst the falconer positions the birds in the most aesthetic areas and natural environments.

During the workshop, we will aim to photograph between 4-5 different Owls/Bird Of Prey from Little Owls to Barns Owls and from Tawny Owls to Kestrels. In 2024, Tom will be running these workshops in September when the light is softer throughout the afternoon and into the early evening.

Full information about this workshop is available via PDF on request. If you have any questions at all  please do not hesitate to email Tom info@tomway.co.uk or phone 07876 333787. 

upcoming dates 2024:

September 2024
6th September 2024: FULLY BOOKED
9th September 2024: FULLY BOOKED
13th September 2024: FULLY BOOKED
20th September 2024: FULLY BOOKED
23rd September 2024: FULLY BOOKED

If there is not a date here to suit you, there is the possibility of organising a 1-1 workshop or a small group session if you have a number of people who are interested.

To be the first to know about new dates, subscribe to the quarterly newsletter and register your interest by emailing info@tomway.co.uk. Subscribers receive notification of new dates before we officially begin to advertise. 

Equipment & clothing

A lens anywhere between 300mm – 500mm are good focal lengths for this workshop. Lenses with larger apertures such as f2.8 – f5.6 can really useful at blurring the backgrounds but certainly not essential.

We personally find tripods quite cumbersome and slow and photographers have far greater flexibility without. Having said this, if you have a heavy prime lens and wish to bring a tripod or monopod, due to the small group size, there is plenty of room. Do make sure you have a spare battery and memory cards for the session.

If you would like to hire a lens specifically for this workshop, we can discuss lens choice with you and give recommendations based on our experience. We have teamed up with one of the UK’s most reliable and reputable companies, Lenses for Hire, to be able to offer you a 10% discount off kit rental for your workshop. 

You will be working outside for the day in open meadows and so suitable footwear is required if the ground is wet. The weather can be changeable so please dress appropriately with multiple layers. Throughout the day you will have the chance of lying on the grass to photograph the owls and so waterproof trousers may be useful is the ground is damp.

British Owl Photography Workshop

  • Location: Hampshire

  • Full Day Price: £245

  • Group Size: 6
  • Tutor: Tom Way

Based in Hampshire, Tom runs a one-day workshop where you will be able to photograph a number of British Owls and Birds of Prey. In this captive environment and in just a small group of 6 guests, this day gives the opportunity to really get to grips with your camera. Tom will be on hand to ensure that you have plenty of time to learn the best settings for wildlife photography, talk about composition, shutter speeds, apertures and ISO whilst the falconer positions the birds in the most aesthetic areas and natural environments.

During the workshop, we will aim to photograph between 4-5 different Owls/Bird Of Prey from Little Owls to Barns Owls and from Tawny Owls to Kestrels. In 2024, Tom will be running these workshops in September when the light is softer throughout the afternoon and into the early evening.

Full information about this workshop is available via PDF on request. If you have any questions at all  please do not hesitate to email Tom info@tomway.co.uk or phone 07876 333787. 

upcoming dates 2024:

If there is not a date here to suit you, there is the possibility of organising a 1-1 workshop or a small group session if you have a number of people who are interested.

To be the first to know about new dates, subscribe to the quarterly newsletter and register your interest by emailing info@tomway.co.uk. Subscribers receive notification of new dates before we officially begin to advertise. 

September 2024
6th September 2024: FULLY BOOKED
9th September 2024: FULLY BOOKED
13th September 2024: FULLY BOOKED
20th September 2024: FULLY BOOKED
23rd September 2024: FULLY BOOKED

EQUIPMENT & CLOTHING

A lens anywhere between 300mm – 500mm are good focal lengths for this workshop. Lenses with larger apertures such as f2.8 – f5.6 can really useful at blurring the backgrounds but certainly not essential.

We personally find tripods quite cumbersome and slow and photographers have far greater flexibility without. Having said this, if you have a heavy prime lens and wish to bring a tripod or monopod, due to the small group size, there is plenty of room. Do make sure you have a spare battery and memory cards for the session.

If you would like to hire a lens specifically for this workshop, we can discuss lens choice with you and give recommendations based on our experience. We have teamed up with one of the UK’s most reliable and reputable companies, Lenses for Hire, to be able to offer you a 10% discount off kit rental for your workshop. 

You will be working outside for the day in open meadows and so suitable footwear is required if the ground is wet. The weather can be changeable so please dress appropriately with multiple layers. Throughout the day you will have the chance of lying on the grass to photograph the owls and so waterproof trousers may be useful is the ground is damp.

British Owl Photography Workshop

  • Location: Hampshire
  • Full Day Price: £245
  • Group Size: 6
  • Tutor: Tom Way 

Based in Hampshire, Tom runs a one-day workshop where you will be able to photograph a number of British Owls and Birds of Prey. In this captive environment and in just a small group of 6 guests, this day gives the opportunity to really get to grips with your camera. Tom will be on hand to ensure that you have plenty of time to learn the best settings for wildlife photography, talk about composition, shutter speeds, apertures and ISO whilst the falconer positions the birds in the most aesthetic areas and natural environments.

During the workshop, we will aim to photograph between 4-5 different Owls/Bird Of Prey from Little Owls to Barns Owls and from Tawny Owls to Kestrels. In 2024, Tom will be running these workshops in September when the light is softer throughout the afternoon and into the early evening.

Full information about this workshop is available via PDF on request. If you have any questions at all  please do not hesitate to email Tom info@tomway.co.uk or phone 07876 333787. 

upcoming dates 2024:

September 2024

6th September 2024: FULLY BOOKED

9th September 2024: FULLY BOOKED

13th September 2024: FULLY BOOKED

20th September 2024: FULLY BOOKED

23rd September 2024: FULLY BOOKED

If there is not a date here to suit you, there is the possibility of organising a 1-1 workshop or a small group session if you have a number of people who are interested.

To be the first to know about new dates, subscribe to the quarterly newsletter and register your interest by emailing info@tomway.co.uk. Subscribers receive notification of new dates before we officially begin to advertise. 

Equipment & Clothing

A lens anywhere between 300mm – 500mm are good focal lengths for this workshop. Lenses with larger apertures such as f2.8 – f5.6 can really useful at blurring the backgrounds but certainly not essential.

We personally find tripods quite cumbersome and slow and photographers have far greater flexibility without. Having said this, if you have a heavy prime lens and wish to bring a tripod or monopod, due to the small group size, there is plenty of room. Do make sure you have a spare battery and memory cards for the session.

We have teamed up with one of the UK’s most reliable and reputable companies, Lenses for Hire, to be able to offer you a 10% discount off kit rental for your workshop. If you would like to hire a lens specifically for this workshop, we can discuss lens choice with you and give recommendations based on our experience.

You will be working outside for the day in open meadows and so suitable footwear is required if the ground is wet. The weather can be changeable so please dress appropriately with multiple layers. Throughout the day you will have the chance of lying on the grass to photograph the owls and so waterproof trousers may be useful is the ground is damp.

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