Photographic Safari Workshops, Zimbabwe
Learn Photography while on safari! Photographic Safari Workshops in stunning locations!
- in premier wildlife rich venues affording outstanding opportunities for wildlife photography as well as magnificent scenery
- under the guidance of specialist photographer Christopher Scott at all times
Photographic Safari Workshops summary
Imagine going into the bush, relaxing and enjoying some of Southern Africa's most beautiful surroundings and generally being enchanted by the wondrous beauties the bush has to offer.... Now imagine doing that with the added advantage of enjoying the rich, rewarding photo opportunities all around you, whilst being personally tutored by a professional photographer!
Gives you the opportunity to learn about photography and your camera in some of Southern Africa's best wildlife destinations!
Join one of our Photo Safari Workshops and improve your photography!
2013 Photographic Safari Workshops - Zimbabwe
Zambezi Valley Photo Safari 14th - 23 July 2013
S$ 4,780 per person based on 6 people for 10 Days
Rates include: : Private guide and vehicle plus photographic tuition from Christopher Scott throughout the safari, all accommodation and meals, Bronte Hotel on a dinner, bed and breakfast rate, private air charters between the camps and National Parks fees.
Rates exclude: items of a personal nature, drinks, National Park fees more info
Photographic Safari Workshops tutor
Christopher Scott holds a Batchelor of Journalism (BJourn) degree specialising in Photographic Journalism as well as a Post Diploma in Media Management (PDMM) from Rhodes University
His love of his profession, for Africa and for wildlife have seen him working as a freelance Photojournalist throughout southern Africa and his articles have been published in a wide range of magazines, newspapers and websites
Doug Macdonald first joined the safari industry in 1989 working in Hwange National Park at the Hwange Safari Lodge while completing his college degree in Hotel and Catering Management.
Once completed he began working on Spurwing Island in the Matusadona National Park where he then concentrated on achieving his Zimbabwe Professional Guides License which he passed in 1997 and where he married his wife Angela, they have two sons together, Dean and Murray.
Doug has travelled and guided through many countries and wild places in Africa and it is this knowledge and experience of the African continent with its fascinating wildlife that he brings to your Safari experience to make it as interesting and exciting in these, two of his favourite National Parks
Christopher Scott - Photographer
" So patient - just quietly giving suggestions - Fay"
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