With today’s technology, digital photography is more accessible than ever and when combined with South Africa’s amazing natural heritage it is not strange that more and more people are taking up wildlife photography as a hobby.It is with this goal in mind that Photo-Africa and Moya Wa Tenga present Wildlife Photography 101, a digital photography workshop aimed at helping you create better wildlife images. Check out this review of our most recent workshop.
Have you ever wanted to experience the thrill of witnessing one of the greatest natural phenomena known to man? Now is your chance!
Join Photo-Africa and Moya Wa Tenga Safaris as we set out to capture the Great White Sharks Breaching off Seal Island in Cape Town on camera in July 2011.
Aimed at beginner and intermediate photographers and users of both compact and DSLR cameras, this full day workshop will help you to dramatically improve your images in just one day.
The workshop has been designed around the most common questions people ask about digital photography. What is aperture? How can I improve my images? Why is the rule of thirds important? Why not? What do I do once my image is in on my computer?
Space is limited to ten people in order to ensure that each delegate receives personalised attention. Secure your spot now!