Learn how to capture nature and wildlife on camera

Free PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS


Explore the wonders of photography and nature in Bristol Parks. Our workshops are open to all, and led by renowned photographers from Bristol who will teach you the skills and techniques you need!


WORKSHOPS Details


Join us for a fun and informative experience of photography, nature, and wildlife. Whether you are a beginner or a pro, you will find something new and exciting to learn from our expert instructors. You will learn the key aspects of photography, such as camera settings, composition, and lighting, and how to apply them in different situations and environments. Our workshops take place in various Bristol parks, where you can enjoy the beauty and diversity of nature and wildlife. You will have the opportunity to practice your skills, get feedback from other photographers and get inspired by their creativity and vision.


Our workshops are 2 hours long and are open to everyone. Children and young people are welcome to attend, but they must be accompanied by an adult. The workshops are suitable for all levels of photographers, from beginners to advanced. The sole requirement for this task is to have either a camera or a smartphone that has a camera function, along with a positive attitude and readiness to participate. The workshops are free of charge, but you need to register in advance to secure your spot. To register, please contact us by email or use the link: www.eventbrite.co.uk. We look forward to seeing you at our next workshop!


WORKSHOPS Dates

Arnos Court Park

Workshop held by Boys in Bristol Photography with Greater Brislington Together


When: 28th January 2024

Time: 2 pm - 4 pm

Where: Arnos Court Park (main entrance)

Brislington Brook - Nightingale Valley

Workshop held by Boys in Bristol Photography with Greater Brislington Together


When: 25th February 2024

TIME: 2 PM - 4 PM

WHERE: HILL LAWN BRISLINGTON BS4

Eastwood Farm

Workshop held by Boys in Bristol Photography with Greater Brislington Together


When: 24TH March 2024


Photo Gallery

Photos from previous nature walks taken by participants