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Workshop Wows!

I would like to say a big thanks to everyone who came to the Wildlife photographic workshop last weekend, it was a fantastic couple of days and we had such a super bunch of people attend.       I would also like to thank Adam and Gretchen for their valued support and our Anna Bunney for helping arrange the workshop as part of our new ‘Museum Meets’ Programme.
It was real pleasure for me to be apart of the workshop and I would sincerely like to thanks Chris Mattison for making the weekend a huge success by sharing his professional expertise and doing such a fantastic job in making sure there was always something new for everyone to learn.
Apart from learning new techniques from Chris, everyone also got to photograph an amazing array of rare species from our Vivarium – which when viewed through the lens certainly provided the Wow factor! Many of our participants have kindly been in touch this week to express their thanks and to also share some of the great photos they took. Here is a selection of just a few of them:

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3 Responses

  1. Course was excellent, particularly the enthusiasm of Chris and Andrew.
    I learnt a lot in two days, and took some fantastic pictures. (Still don’t like frogs though!)

    Best wishes

    Terry Hewitt

  2. Thanks for a brilliant two days ! The course was perfect in terms of the balance between theory and practical sessions and the enthusiasm and knowledge of Chris and Andrew and the other museum staff made it a really rewarding experience.
    Great frogs !!

    Alan Bennett

  3. If your interest is photography, frogs or both, this is a course you must attend. Thank you to all involved in organising. Excellent.

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