Where: The Hilton Hotel, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV34 6RE
When: 24th and 25th of March, 2018
Time: 9am -5.30pm each day, with regular breaks and lunch included
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Two full-day workshops for the price of one! One weekend that will revolutionise your wildlife photography — the best investment before you go off on safari!
This is a rare and valuable opportunity to have expert tuition from two highly-acclaimed international wildlife photographers, with decades of experience photographing wildlife and running photographic safaris in many of east and southern Africa’s top wildlife reserves, and elsewhere around the world.
Both workshops will help you take better wildlife photographs, regardless of your existing skill level and experience.
Saturday March 24: How to Shoot: Ultimate Wildlife Photography
In this workshop you will:
• Consider the principles for good and effective nature photography
• Learn and understand how the digital age and latest camera sensors have changed the way we approach wildlife photography
• Apply this knowledge to set up your camera to achieve maximum results
• Effectively implement and make use of a rating system to sort images and more quickly enable you to improve your photography
Sunday March 25: Lightroom Made Simple for Today’s Wildlife Photographer
This workshop will help you to transform the editing process, giving you the know-how to quickly and efficiently sort and enhance your digital images. It is aimed at all photographers, although the emphasis and theme is on wildlife and nature photography.
In this workshop we’ll teach you:
• How to approach Lightroom and implement it for wildlife photography
• How to let Lightroom do 90% of your editing when importing your images
• How to reduce your editing time and workflow by 90% by implementing automated import presets, editing presets, keywords and special collections
• The art of cropping
• How to evaluate your edited photographs
Working in a small group, the workshops will be informal and interactive. Attendees will need to bring a laptop and a selection of images to work with.
Photographers who currently use other software but who are looking at ways of streamlining and making their editing process will find this a useful day to asses an alternative option.