None stop this weekend, culminating in an Owls by Night workshop at the national centre for birds of prey in North Yorkshire.
Photographing at night in low light is always a challenge, especially as no flash was permitted to be used. The owls are particularly sensitive to bright light, so that only left the light from a small handheld torch, which did not give off a great deal off illumination.
A sturdy tripod and fast shutter speed was the order of the day, along with a very high ISO on my camera. But it was worth while as the shots that did come out I was pleased with, also the owl handlers did state that they have not had any usable images from previous events due to the lighting conditions.