Get ahead of the Competition!

16 April 2016

Region: London

In his April Blog Robert Canis talks about Spring and the opportunities which it offers for watching the behaviour of birds and mammals. Robert advises us that “concentrating on behaviour as opposed to portraits invariably produces the most exciting images and it pays to sit and observe, beside a lake for example, for a while to see who is doing what. Coots are notoriously feisty and great-crested grebes perform the most intimate and mesmerising courtship display”.

So, why not take the opportunity to join Robert for an evening photoshoot on Thursday 21st April, improve your nature photography and maybe capture the winning image for Section 1 of our April Competition “Spring Energises Birds and Animals” –details on Facebook here (scroll down to the item entitled “Two Competitions for the Price of One”)

SEE TOMORROW'S BLOG FOR SECTION TWO OF THE APRIL COMPETITION!

Get in touch with greenlondon@rps.org if you have any questions.

 

Image © Robert Canis