Deer Photography Workshop

Tuesday 20th October

A fantastic opportunity to perfect the art of photography this autumn, capturing our resident herd of Fallow Deer. Join local photographer Andy Langley on a full-day workshop out in the picturesque parkland, focusing on the impressive herd. As the season changes and autumn comes into full force, Holkham park transforms into a riot of oranges and reds, complementing the free-roaming deer and offering that ideal composition for your photography.

Your day will begin with a short introductory session with Andy, where he can gauge your level of photography and tailor his tuition to suit. Together as a group, you’ll explore the best tips and techniques you’ll need to get that perfect shot before heading out into the park to do just that!

Refreshments, a buffet lunch and parking are included.

Let’s Protect Each Other
With the phased and cautious re-opening of our visitor businesses, it is so important we help to protect each other. Full risk assessments will be carried out as part of our Good to Go industry standard. Please maintain social distances of 2m from other households at all times and use the hand sanitiser provided before, during and after the event. Any equipment used will be thoroughly cleaned before and after the event and no equipment will be shared between households. To ensure the safety of all visitors, if you or anyone in your party has shown any symptoms of Covid-19 in the last 14 days, or been in contact with anyone who has tested positive in the last 14 days, please do not visit us. Click here for more details of the actions we are taking to help protect our staff, visitors and local community. Your booking details will be held and made available to NHS Test and Trace if requested.

Tickets: £60.To book click on the button below or telephone our ticket office on 01328 713111.

Individuals will ideally need a DSLR camera, or any camera with the ability to adjust settings, with a minimum of a 300mm lens – a 200mm lens on a CROP sensor can work for some shots. A monopod is useful, but not essential, the course involves walking so a tripod is not recommended. Some good walking boots and clothing to account for any weather. A waterproof sleeve is handy to protect your camera and lens in case of a shower.

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​Photo: Jonathan Casey