Harvest mice Workshop masterclass - Dean Bricknell

                                                                   Harvest mice workshops




                                    Harvest Mice workshops now open for bookings

£50 per slot 1-2-1  only 

times to suit 1 hour photography with tuition private location 

£20 deposit at point of booking which is non refundable if you cancel or do not turn up, £30 payable on arrival

Location 

Bathgate, West Lothian, Scotland 

Contact : Email deanbricknell@btinternet.com 

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PLEASE NOTE COMING SOON new workshop

This workshop at the Scottish owl centre, DTBA  will allow for more then one photographer to take part, it will be held between 3.30pm and 6pm each day summer and winter 1pm till  3.30pm,   Dec & Jan  12pm till 2.30pm  this will be when the centre is closed to public more info will be available soon . You will start of by photographing 2 very small owls Tengmalms owl and a Tropical screech owl, then we will move over to the Harvest mice for the last 45 minutes,   

£90pp at the owl centre   dates to be arranges    

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As Britain’s smallest rodent, harvest mice love to climb plants and bushes 

The harvest mouse is the only British mammal to have a prehensile tail 


The workshops are held outside using natural lighting, and different props. 

The one  hour workshop will cover looking at right camera setting, getting your props ready and you will only need about 45 mins in taking your images and remember the welfare of the mice comes first at all times,

Natural props are  dependent on time of year, you are free to bring your own props if you have an image in mind.     

Equipment

You can use macro lense (LONGER THE BETTER) but for a more natural looking image  70-200mm OR 100-400mm  work very well and your not too close to the mice, LED lighting will be on hand in very low lighting conditions, no flashes will be used at any point of your workshop,

props are of natural or artificial depending on time of year, 

the workshops are weather dependent, if you have booked your workshop and its forecast to rain then i will contact you one or two days before your workshop date where an alternative date will be given 

please bring  suitable  clothing some images will require you getting low on the ground (grass)           



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