Last-minute Discount on Photography Workshops

So here’s the deal. Not only are we offering the photography adventure of a lifetime – we’re also doing it at a reduced rate. Join us this September on a wildlife photo safari in Kruger or a photography workshops in Cape Town (or both!), and get 20% last-minute discount! 

Kruger Wildlife Photography Workshop: Guided by National Geographic photographer Tyrone Turner, and set in one of Africa’s prime game reserves, this photo safari is an opportunity of a life-time. Sharpen your wildlife photography skills during close encounters with an impressive array African wildlife, including the famous Big Five, all from the comfort of open game drive vehicles and guided by wildlife experts. Find out more!

A Lion cub (Panthera leo) looks at the photographer whilst his mother dozes in the background. This picture was taken in Mana Pools National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Zimbabwe. The Lion is listed as vulnerable by the IUCN. This picture was taken in the early morning, with a Canon EOS 5D Mark III and an EF500mm lens. Close-up portrait of a leopard resting it;s head on a tree; Panthera pardus

Cape Town Photography Workshop: Whether you’re a landscape, documentary or travel photographer, Cape Town’s plethora of lineages and cultures, ocean bays and looming mountains, trendy eateries and gritty townships will tease your imagination and feed your creative eye. We’ll guide you through the Table Mountain National Park, Boulders Beach, Cape Point and Chapman’s Peak so that you may capture – with a fresh take – some of the world’s most photographed landscapes. This Cape Town photography workshop will spark your curiosity in new and different lives through a visit to a fiercely energetic but under-serviced township, time with local fishermen, and an exploration into the historically rich Cape Malay quarter. You’ll be guided by National Geographic photographer Tyrone Turner and Cape Town based photographer Sarah Isaacs. Read more details!

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