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Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust Photography Courses with David Broadbent

Forest of Dean & Wye Valley School of Photography founder, David Broadbent, has been chosen by the Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust (GWT) to run their 2016 wildlife photography courses. The courses, all held on GWT reserves, are available to all and can be booked via the Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust website. The first course is on Sunday 26th June at their Crickley Hill reserve with subsequent courses be held right here in the Forest of Dean.

David, who also runs a commercial photography business in the Forest, has a longstanding interest in wildlife photography and is already a contributor to the RSPB Images picture agency.

David said “I am really pleased to have been awarded the 2016 position for Gloucester Wildlife Trust to help deliver professional photography training to adults and families across their reserves. Especially so since I have been a member for several years and know the great work they do for wildlife and the natural environment here in the Forest of Dean and beyond”.

Book your course today: http://www.gloucestershirewildlifetrust.co.uk/

For more information on the Photo School via Forest of Dean & Wye Valley School of Photography please visit: http://davidbroadbent.com/school.html

David also runs courses for:

Puzzlewood http://www.puzzlewood.net/

Humble by Nature http://www.humblebynature.com/courses-humble-by-nature/crafts-skills-courses/photography-capturing-natural-world (Please note that places are only left on the October course.)

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This entry was posted on 29 March 2016 by in Do something different.
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