Aldeburgh Photography Group
Aldeburgh Photography Group
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16 May 2018Wildlife Photography in Kenya
18 April 2018Landscape Photography
21 March 2018Wedding Photography
21 February 2018Night Photography
18 January 2018My Career in Photography
17 January 2018AGM at Aldeburgh Library
15 November 2017About Photography
18 October 2017Macro Photography
20 September 2017Photography Competition Evening
16 August 2017Practical Photography of Birds of Prey
19 July 2017Wildlife Photography
21 June 2017Sport & Commercial Photography
17 May 2017Street & Wedding Photography
19 April 2017How to use Lightroom
15 March 2017SMG Black and White Photography
15 February 2017Landscape Photography Skills
16 November 2016Fill in flash - Reflectors, Diffusers and Filters
19 October 2016Portrait and Pop Photography
21 September 2016Infra red photography
17 August 2016Boat Trip on River Alde
23 July 2016Landscape Photography Workshop
20 July 2016Landscape Photography
15 June 2016A session with Tony Bramley
18 May 2016Wildlife Photography
20 April 2016Landscape Photography
23 March 2016Wildlife Photography
17 February 2016Still Life and Monochrome session
20 January 2016AGM and Judging Photographs
18 November 2015Wildlife Photography
21 October 2015Practical Portraiture
26 September 2015Street Photography Practical Event in Woodbridge
16 September 2015Environmental Portraiture & Documentary Work followed by Street Photography Introduction
19 August 2015Photo shoot in Orford
15 July 2015Wildlife and Nature Photography
17 June 2015My career in commercial photography
20 May 2015Table Top Sale
25 April 2015Flash photography – Full day workshop 10:00 to 16:00
15 April 2015White Balance and Lens Types and their Capabilities
11 March 2015World War 1 Cemeteries
18 February 2015My Life as a Press Photographer
21 January 2015AGM Photographic Inspiration for 2015

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Wildlife Photography in Kenya
Jamie Hall
Wednesday 16 May 2018

Jamie only began photography in 2010 by accident when he found himself at a loose end and had access to a Canon 50d. From that day, jamie discovered a previously unknown passion for the hobby and it quickly grew into more than just a leisure pursuit. Jamie's first recognition of his talent was by winning a regional photographic competition run by an East Anglian newspaper group at the beginning of 2011.

For much of 2017 and early 2018  Jamie worked in Kenya on a photography project as a camera assistant for Nick Brandt  helping with Nick's current project, which is due to be released late in 2018.