Nature Photography with Rich Bunce
Seize this chance to capture the scenic wonders of Broughton Sanctuary as you embark on a captivating journey with acclaimed professional photographer Rich Bunce.
This workshop is part of our programme of free community events supported by grant funding from White Rose Forest. Tickets are complimentary but with only 20 spaces available you will need to book now to secure your place.
Reconnect with the natural world, reimagine your surroundings, and relish the rejuvenating scenes at Broughton Sanctuary. Join Rich Bunce, the Walking Photographer, on a leisurely and creative stroll, immersing yourself in the serene and ever-evolving landscapes of the Sanctuary, where nature is returning in abundance as the land grows wilder.
Whether you are wielding a camera phone or the latest cutting-edge equipment, whether you are a novice or an expert, all are invited to partake in a photographic exploration at the pace of a seasoned photographer. Rich will share his wealth of knowledge and extensive experience, offering practical tips for the entire group and personalised guidance for individuals along the way.
Seize this extraordinary opportunity to explore, absorb, and learn in the distinctive setting of Broughton Sanctuary.
About Rich Bunce:
With over 15 years of commercial photography experience, Rich Bunce is a seasoned professional. His recent endeavors include conservation assignments, contributing to projects such as the Natural History GCSE.
Fueling his passion since the age of 6, Rich earned a BA (hons) in Photography and has been recognised with prestigious awards, including a category win in the British Wildlife Photography Awards.
Dedicated to education and sharing the joy of outdoor photography, Rich has been leading workshops since his graduation. In 2013, he founded Walking Photography, offering Photo Walks and Photography workshops inspired by nature.
Full details of how and where to meet will be sent via email beforehand. In the meantime, to see more of Rich’s work visit walkingphotographer.co.uk
Please note that this event involves approximately 2 – 3 miles of walking on rough ground. It is open to adults aged 16+
This event has been funded by the White Rose Forest through their Trees for Climate programme, part of the Government’s Nature for Climate fund. The White Rose Forest is the Community Forest for North and West Yorkshire, and provides support and funding for woodland creation across the region as well as initiatives that bring people and nature closer together.