I have just returned from a great wildlife photography course taken by Kevin Hacker in conjunction with the Scottish Wildlife Trust at the Loch of the Lowes Reserve.
Kevin took us through the basic of the camera as a light recording instrument, learning what each setting means and how each alters the image recorded. Lenses for different applications were discussed. During the session many tips were given as to the most practical way to obtain decent photographs in the field.
If the Trust and Kevin offer courses again they are well worth attending – either as a comparative novice trying to find your way round your camera; or as someone with a bit more experience wishing to enhance their skills.
See my gallery for photographs.