Saturday morning we had our second photography walkshop at Hilsea Lines and Foxes Forest (and our 16th in total), a great place to experience nature’s first sights, sounds and smells of springtime, and we even had a little sunshine too. We started off at one of the freshwater moats/lakes with a friendly pair of swans and the first of this spring’s bluebells. We looked at different focusing techniques and the advantages of switching between auto and manual. With the snowdrops and bluebells we also looked at macro settings too. We walked down to Foxes Forest and looked at different perspectives and how to creative narrative within images using a variety of composition techniques and tips. We made our way down to the bastion tunnel and then back to the moat lake water before ending up by the railway bridge and reed beds. A huge thank you to everyone who came along to this sell out walkshop!
The first of the spring & early summer photo walkshops is this Saturday, exploring the western edge of Southsea Beach including Clarence Pier. From there we get to have an exclusive explore of the Southsea Rowing Club boathouse on Southsea Beach. You can book this walkshop online HERE.
You can see photos from Saturday’s walk below, to find out more about our photography walkshops visit: