For those of you that enjoy the world of macro photography, the peak autumn season reveals an array of fascinating subjects to photograph in the world of fungi. That said they are not always easy to find, and are sometimes pretty awkward to photograph as well. This workshop will be based in West Sussex at what we consider to be one of the best sites in the country in terms of quantity, quality and variety of fungi to work with, and we’ll look to introduce you to some of our preferred techniques for photographing these surprisingly picturesque subjects looking to take best advantage of what natural light is available and optimising the settings the subjects can be found in.
In essence this is a full day in the field workshop, and those of you who know our particular attention to detail will know that we’ll have made sure there’s plenty for us to work with on the day: it’s a site we’ve been visiting at this time of year for over 20 years now and it has always delivered some new surprises as well as old favourites in terms of species and settings.
There will be a maximum of 7 attendees so that I can spend as much time with each of you as you’d like or want.
Date 19th October 2017
Workshop leader(s) Mark Sisson
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