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Wildlife Photography Days

Glasdir Exhibition Centre or Wepre Park


Glasdir Exhibition Centre

Plas yn Dre, Llanrwst

Conwy, LL26 0DF.  North Wales. 

Next Course - Sat. May 6th 2017 10:00am-4:00pm

This 1 day event is run by Laurence Clark and Amy Green.  It takes place at the Glasdir Business Centre where Laurence has had a permanent exhibition of wildlife photos for a number of years.  We will have experts on hand to answer your questions about the local wildlife and advise you on how to get more involved with nature in your area.  Amy has worked for several years in wildlife conservation with AONB and North Wales Wildlife Trust.


The photographic topics including a solid technical understanding of a digital camera, the functioning parts and the different types, wildlife tips and techniques, many examples of quality wildlife images with explanations of how they were achieved.  During the day we will have opportunities to practise what we've learnt with plenty of advice.

You will get to practise your photographic technique on various creatures and plants we find along the river Conwy and your tutor Laurence will be on hand the whole day to advise you on using your camera to achieve the best results.  You do not need an expensive DSLR but we do recommend a good hybrid style camera as a minimum.  You will appreciate the differences in cameras and lenses during the course and also get to understand camera trap devices.


Our students have taken some amazing photos on our previous courses which have been in north and south Anglesey as well as Wepre Park, Deeside.  The next Wepre Park course is April 22nd 2017.

If you'd like to join us on our next course at Glasdir or indeed Wepre Park please drop me an email or call 07761 007123 You can also email Amy at


Prices are just £49 per person for the whole day including tea/coffee and lunch if required. (£45 w/o lunch).   The course begins on the Saturday morning at 10:00am and will finish at approx. 4:00pm.  Lunch will be a selection of sandwiches/wraps/crisps, otherwise please bring a packed lunch.

If you'd like to book the Glasdir Day day now just click here and pay online via LineUpNow.



Previously we have run some great courses with the expert guidance of Kathy James and Ken Croft at Naturebites. Here is the DAILY POST REVIEW of the 2 day course on Anglesey written by Debbie James at the Daily Post.

Castle Vision Photographic © regularly runs bespoke beginner courses in wildlife and/or landscape photography including 1 to 1 sessions, prices for which start at £40 per half day. Please get in touch for a course tailored to suit your needs.



Here are some comments from previous guests:


Wepre Park Course:

"Covers the basics well which was appreciated for a beginner.  Laurence is easy-going and very enthusiastic about photography" - guest, Wepre park, 7/5/16

” Opens your eyes to the possibilities within your camera, great day” – guest, Wepre Park, 7/5/16

"Would definitely recommend this course to others, thoroughly enjoyed the day and has helped with understanding the way my camera works" - guest, Wepre Park, 7/5/16

"Didn't feel like the amateur I am!" - guest, Wepre Park, 7/5/16

"It was a really enjoyable informal course and it made the subject less daunting" - guest, Wepre Park, 7/5/16


Previous Course Reviews with Naturebites Anglesey:



” A great way of seeing the wildlife Anglesey has on offer with a personal guide and photographer to hand.  We were very well looked after and the course offered great value for money.” – Kara, Worcester


“Just go! You will definitely like it!” – Pat, Anglesey

“It will give you a greater understanding of your camera and how to take photographs rather than snaps, all within an informal atmosphere. Everyone was very generous with their wealth of experience ” – Tony, Anglesey

Laurence pictured with Iolo Williams from the BBC Springwatch team. Taken recently at Breakwater Country Park, Holyhead.

Meerkats at Manor House Wildlife Park, Tenby, gazing at the Solar Eclipse in March 2015.  One of the series of photos featured on the BBC One Show.

Brenda the Badger!  One of the many photographs on show at Glasdir Exhibition Centre

Otter fishing in broad daylight at Rhuddlan

The very informal group!  At Wepre Park, May 2016

Winning photo at the end of the Wepre Park course.  Taken by Anne on a Canon 450D.

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