Going Digital's Water and Wildlife photosafaris in beautiful Bushy Park have been featured on BBC1's Countryfile! With over 445 hectares of land, Bushy Park is the second largest Royal Park in London. There are currently about 320 deer roaming freely in the Park. During the day we will be photographing Red and Fallow Deer, a variety of waterfowl, as well as keeping an eye out for woodpeckers, kestrel and kingfishers. Due to changed licensing in 2017 we will be one of the only photography training courses running in Bushy Park,  but we will be running just TWO Bushy Walks to coincide with the exciting rutting season - so make sure you book up fast! Our Special Rutting Walk to hear the roar of the mighty stags and photograph the rut run in October. Bushy walking safaris run 11.00 am to 4.00 pm and are limited to 4 people so you will have plenty of one-on-one tutor time during the day. You will learn how to capture wildlife portrait and action shots, and you will have the opportunity to practise with your zoom lenses and additional kit, and you will learn to freeze and blur water to add impact to your nature photography with an expert on hand to help you and to answer all your questions. Feedback will be given through the day. You need at least a 200mm zoom lens, or a 10x bridge/compact, a tripod and if you have any ND fliters they will be useful.