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A.Q.U.A Nights: Photography Masterclass with BBC Earth Magazine

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A.Q.U.A Nights is SEA LIFE London’s new series of charity fundraising events created to raise funds for the SEA LIFE Trust.

Your tutor for for this experience will be Paul Williams, an expert photographer, TV producer and director with over 13 years’ experience at the BBC Natural History Unit. Paul will be taking time away from his current BBC One series Wild Cats to give ticket holders an introduction to aquatic photography. Having in the past worked with Sir David Attenborough, Paul will give you valuable insight on getting the best photographic shots in any landscape, including information on the uses of time-lapse photography, pioneering new techniques and how to pick the correct kit for a job. Ticket holders will then be given exclusive access to explore the aquarium, where you will be able to apply your newly learned skills.

Why Book?
For photographers the main motivation is that the usual restrictions on using tripods will be lifted, meaning you will be able to get the best shots of Nature’s most inaccessible creatures (for us land dwellers anyway).

When? Thu, February 2nd, 2017 from 7pm – 9pm

Where? SEA LIFE London, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road SE1 7PB

How much? £37.42

Tickets include:
– A talk by Paul Williams
– Exclusive access to taking photos* in areas of the Aquarium with photographic equipment not usually allowed – i.e. tripods
– A copy of the latest BBC Earth Magazine
– 60% of all ticket sales will go to the SEA LIFE Trust, a registered charity (number 1149058)

Click here to book your ticket now!