On Monday 4th November Driffield Photographic society is hosting a special event. Loughborough based photographer Danny Green is presenting “The Wild Taiga”, a show of his superb wildlife images taken in this seemingly desolate wilderness. This well known wildlife photographer is not to be missed. Please invite your family and friends along for a spectacular evening of wonderful photographs.
The DPS website now has details of the Cuppa and Capture events for the next season. If you go to the relevant page you will find the date, location and theme to go and grab some images and beverages. What’s not to enjoy?
You don’t have to be a dedicated wildlife photographer to appreciate a great National History image. Beverley Art Gallery in the Treasure House will host the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition from Saturday, 22 June – Saturday, 14 September, making it an ideal day out for the summer holidays this year. Details at http://woldsweekly.co.uk/2019/06/wildlife-photographer-of-the-year-exhibition-returns-to-beverley-2/ And it’s free!
For this outing consider taking a 70-200 mm lens or longer to capture the action on the track. if you have a wide angle lens this may be useful in case you get really close to the action or for walking round the pit area, where the telephoto lens may be too long.