During the half-term break, our Year 12 photography pupils embarked on an exciting adventure. They had the wonderful opportunity to meet with a skilled nature photographer at Bradgate Deer Park. This unique experience allowed them to explore the world of wildlife photography, which is quite different from what they practice in the controlled environment of our school’s photography studio.
Under the guidance of our talented guest photographer, our pupils learned how to handle wildlife lenses, capturing the stunning beauty of nature and the majestic creatures of Bradgate deer park. As you can see by this picture taken by the talented Bethan E, we are thrilled to report that the results of their endeavours were nothing short of amazing, with incredible shots of the park’s breath-taking waterfall and the graceful stags.
Mrs. H Van Daalen, our dedicated Head of Art and Photography, was delighted with the pupils’ achievements and the remarkable progress they made during this off-site photography workshop: “We are proud of our pupils commitment to honing their skills and grateful for the invaluable expertise shared by our guest photographer. A big thank you to all involved in making this memorable experience possible!”