BUDDING wildlife snappers who want to learn how to take better photos are being urged to sign up to a two-day course.
Staffordshire Wildlife trust will be holding sessions at their Wolseley Centre HQ on Saturdays March 29 and April 12.
Photography expert David Rees will be guiding students through the basics of digital compact or DSLR photography covering topics such as people, action and sports, landscapes, travel and of course wildlife.
As part of the course students will also learn about getting the most out of their cameras and its functions.
The course, which runs over the two days, costs £40 per person with a proportion of the proceeds going towards the work of the Trust.
Both sessions run from 9am until 1pm.
The Wolseley Centre is located on the A51 between Stafford and Rugeley.