Journeys 2018 - Hugh M Smith
  • Grey Crowned Crane in flight, Ngorongoro Crater

Tanzania Photo Safari Workshop


Pricing, dates and details for two trips in late August and early September 2019 are being finalized. 


The first trip will offer a Photo Fundamentals workshop, intended for those who want to build a working knowledge of photography from the beginning. No prior photographic experience necessary.


The second trip is aimed at photographers who've already completed the fundamentals workshop, and/or possess a solid intermediate knowledge of the technical and compositional aspects of photography.








Your Instructor:

Hugh Smith is a graduate of the New York Institute of Photography's Professional Course, and an has won numerous educational awards from Mayo Clinic.


TYPICAL DAILY ROUTINE

*Early Morning Photo Game Drive

*Lunch at the Resort/Safari lunch box

*Presentations/Photo Analysis

*Siesta/Free Time

*Afternoon Photo Game Drive

*Happy Hour & Dinner

*Daily Photo Recap & Announcements



PHOTO WORKSHOP TOPICS

Level 1 - Photo Fundamentals: The Exposure Triangle -- Wildlife Composition -- African Landscapes -- Image Management & Photo Editing -- Image Analysis-Elements of Great photos -- Portrait Photography: Maasai shoot -- Fast Action/Slow Motion Shooting --Photo Gear, Protection, Maintenance

Level 2-Beyond the Basics: Lighting and composition for wildlife, Advanced shooting techniques, post-processing workflows, Lightroom and Photoshop integrative processing, Group Photo review and critique, hands-on photo editing sessions


FEATURES

-Knowledgeable and Highly Trained Guides

-Luxury Tented Camp/Lodge Accommodations

-3 photographers per vehicle

-360 degree view/Photography Equipped Vehicles

-Expert photography instruction

-Power charging station & refrigeration in vehicles

-Optional Hot Air Balloon Safari

-Optional Walking Safaris at the N. Mara River Lodge


CONTACT INFO

Questions about the Photography portion of this safari adventure should be directed to Hugh Smith: retendokid@gmail.com , ph 5072022088.


Questions about the Safari portion, please contact Innocent Lyimo at info@detasa.com or see www.DETASA.com




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