Learn to make the most of your photographic skills in a stunning setting
The trip could not have been any better. First of all, David Rogers is an outstanding photographer and great teacher. The experience of travelling with him for a week was invaluable. [read his journal ] Jeff Smith, USA
17 February 2013
Imagine spending a week with like minded people, all interested in both photography and wildlife and all wanting to improve their photographic skills.
This is a unique opportunity to benefit from the knowledge of a leading wildlife photographer and see the South Luangwa at its most colorful.
All talents and skill levels are welcome. Just bring your own digital camera and laptop and benefit from David's tips.
Since 2006 we have hosted photographic workshops at our camps, run by David Rogers Photographic. Dave (as he is known by all) is a well known wildlife photographer based in Cape Town, South Africa; and mainly leads these trips himself or Nicky Silberbauer from his team. A group of maximum 6 guests will benefit from the expertise offered and improve their digital photography. One of these professional photographers will accompany the guests on all drives, give advice, analyze results and also how to best use Lightroom. As well as wildlife, the group will look at landscapes, macro work, birds, insects and people.
It's Monday stories from 2012 April, March and November, 2010, March and November, 2008, March and May and 2007 plus some photos from previous years in our Photo Galley. David has added some photos from the 2008 workshops to his website. Marchand May.
A note from Dave at the end of the 2011 safari…
“Jacob from Robin Pope Safaris has been guiding my photo trips in Zambia for the past six years. He is a fantastic tracker with a keen eye for ‘sweet light’ and photo opportunities. Unsurprisingly, he was also chosen by Frans Lanting to guide him through the valley when he did work for National Geographic some years ago. Jacob does not like to quote statistics about how many leopards there are per square kilometer in the valley (the BBC says that there were two per square kilometer, which was one of the highest concentrations anywhere) and says he prefers to talk about what he sees.”
- ItineraryLuangwa River Camp,Nsefu & Nkwali - 7 nights (if using British Airways RPS 6, Lusaka 1)
- Included All safari costs plus return Lusaka/Mfuwe flights
- Not included International flights, gratuities, visas and airport taxes
- Rates USD$ 4604 per person