Grey Seal Photography Workshops
10th September 2017

Grey Seal Workshop on the North Yorkshire Coast (6 hours)
"All Year Round"
The Workshops are run by wildlife Photographers Gez Robinson & Lee Myers
Group sizes to a maximum of 4 to ensure everyone receives 1-2-1 support and tuition throughout the day. Larger group sizes are possible on request.

All year round in this area there are several hundred seals, meaning you have a good chance of getting photos of these amazing animals in there natural enviroment, and between November and December you may be lucky enough to photograph some of the pups as the females come ashore to have their young.

These workshops are tailored for complete beginners to seasoned professionals. Whether it’s camera settings, composition, fieldcraft or even post processing, We are on hand throughout the day to provide this support.

We will make sure you get the right photos you want for your portfolio

What you will need

• Camera.DSLR Or Bridge Camera with Telephoto lens
• Lenses – 200-500mm or equivalent + teleconverter recommended.
• Spare, charged batteries & memory cards
• Tripod essential.
• Walking Boots or waders recommended.
• Waterproof, warm clothing.
• Mat to lie on would be advantageous.

Moderate walking difficulty on flat and a cliff decent down steps and uneven rocky terrain. roughly from car park 2 miles walking.

Cost for this workshop is individual £80
For group prices contact us
Contact us for more details and available dates
"We can also accomodate Camera Clubs please contact us for further details"
National Geographic Traveller UK Wildlife 1st place
10th May 2013
My portrait of a Swan won the National Geo Traveller UK Wildlife catergory photo competition 2013. To capture this unusual image which was taken at Kingsmill reservouir in Nottinghamshire I had to sit with the swans for about 30 minutes to gain their trust which at times was very unerving for me but the reward when getting the shot was well worth it.
BWPA Highly commended
04th October 2012
Another image that was highly commended in the BWPA wildlife photographer of the year competition this image was featured in their book