The low light benefits of Nikon?s flagship D3 digital SLR (pictured) will be highlighted at this summer?s photography workshops to be hosted by Heather Angel.
Organised by Nikon dealer Grays of Westminster, the wildlife and natural history workshops take place on 26 and 27 July at Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead in West Sussex.
Each day will be split into two parts. ?In the first Heather will demonstrate how it was possible to create a series of images that were taken in India and the UK as a direct result of using the Nikon D3 ? high-speed action in poor light with increased ISO,? said a spokesman for Grays.
Later, Heather will present images and stories from her recent project in China. Participants will also be given the chance to photograph birds of prey in flight and enjoy afternoon tea and dinner on the terrace of the venue (lunch will also be provided).
Heather will also present a still-life macro demonstration, while experts from Nikon Professional and Grays of Westminster will be on hand to give advice on using the latest Nikon gear which participants can try out.
The workshops will run from 9.15am-5pm and include a session on Photoshop techniques.
Tickets cost £195 for the day. For full details visit www.graysofwestminster.com or call 020 7828 4925.