24th August 2010
Here’s a refreshing Sunday activity: relaxing in beautiful surroundings and brushing up your photographic skills with a real expert. On 5th September renowned wildlife photographer Richard Austin will be leading the Photography Day at Totnes Rare Breeds Farm. Between 12pm and 5pm he will be offering tips and advice on how to capture that special image.
Richard Austin is wildlife photographer for the Western Morning News, and author of two best-selling books, Animal Magic and More Animal Magic. He has acted as official photographer for numerous premier league football clubs, and has snapped portraits of Princess Diana.
But on the 5th he will definitely have his wildlife cap on, and will award a £50 first prize to whoever takes the best photo of the day. At no extra charge for entry, it’s well worth a go.
The day is aimed at photographers of all abilities and ages. All the animals are guaranteed to be looking extra-photogenic.
Usual farm entrance charges will apply (£4.75 adults, £3.50 children, £4.25 senior citizens, £15 family).