Zoo photography photo workshop
Do you want to learn how to take stunning photos of your favorite animals? Wonder why your images look blue or why you have a fence in your image? Do you want to learn the tricks from the 2016 Canon Gallery winner and recently published in The Times newspaper in the UK? If so keep on reading!
Taken at the Monkey Zoo on Mt. Takao. These Japanese Macaque are very interesting to photograph. They are cute, always fighting, swimming and make interesting subjects.
Taken at Tama Zoo, Hino, Tokyo, Japan.
This image has been sold worldwide by the Snow leopard trust based in Seattle. It was the 2015 Christmas card. It is also the main picture of the Canon Gallery exhibition.
Workshops can be 1-1, 2-1, 3-1 or a maximum group of 4. Workshops are for one day at a zoo of my choice. Times are from 10:00 - 15:00 including lunch break. After the workshop you can mail me your favorite picture and I will answer your questions about post processing so you can get the best out of your image.
Please contact me via the contact page for pricing and answers to any questions you may have.
Next workshop will be March (date to be decided)please do contact me for information and booking. Japanese language okay! Hurry, Places are limited!
Also taken at Tama Zoo.
Cheetahs are very fast! With the right knowledge you can catch their speed and actions. This shot is of the Cheetah resting.