One-to-one Zoom workshops – Introduction to DSLR Camera Trapping

Booking – please use the contact form at the bottom of the page, and we can agree upon a date and time for your one-to-one Zoom workshop.

DSLR camera trapping is one of the best ways to take your wildlife photography to the next level. Traditional, long-lens wildlife photography has seen an explosion in popularity in recent years, and as a result, frame-filling animal portraits are starting to lose some of their impact. DSLR camera trapping allows you to achieve unique, wide-angle images of wildlife amongst its environment, and helps you stand out from the crowd as a photographer.

However, it can be a frustrating and demanding style of photography. If you are just starting out in camera trapping, or would like to give it a try, these Zoom workshops are an ideal introduction.

I run camera traps almost every day of the year near to my home in the Scottish Highlands. My camera trapping images have won major national awards, such as the Land Animals category in The British Photography Awards, and Runner Up in the camera traps category of Nature TTL Photographer of the Year.

Topics covered
– What is DSLR camera trapping?
– What are the advantages and challenges of camera trapping?
– Equipment
– Getting started – setting your first camera trap
– Camera settings for different situations
– Basic flash setups and settings
– PIR sensor settings
– Practical tips

Essential information
– Cost – £30.
– Duration – approximately 1 to 1.5 hours.
– Dates and times – please use the contact form below, and we will agree upon a suitable date and time for your workshop.
– Equipment requirements – you do not need to own any DSLR camera trapping equipment to attend the Zoom workshop.

Booking – please use the contact form below.