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Mark will be on hand throughout to talk to you one-on-one, and make sure you are utilising your camera to its potential.
After morning tea at a nearby café, We then head to the ‘Asian’ section of the zoo to photograph tigers, Asian elephants and red pandas on display.
We'll stop for lunch at the Crocoseum to sit back and relax the midday show.
To finish off the day, we will take in the huge walk-through bird aviary, where there are many different birds to photograph.
Before each of the different sections we will be heading to, Mark will give you instructions on the best settings and photography techniques to use, in order to get the best wildlife photos.
Subjects covered will include:
Recommended shutter speeds
Best hand-holding techniques
Recommended lenses and accessories for wildlife photography
And much more…
- Camera gear
- A long telephoto zoom lens. 70-200, 70-300, 18-200, 100-400, 150-600 (150-600 ideal) etc.
- 1.4, 1.7 or 2x tele convertor (if available)
- Memory card(s),
- Sturdy tripod (optional)
- Camera owners manual - Important!
- Comfortable shoes
- Insect repellent
- Spare batteries
Please book early to avoid disappointment.
For further details on any of our workshops or if you have any other questions, please phone Mark on 0459 221678. Alternatively, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org