Workshop safaris are geared toward participants who want maximum photo opportunities while on safari, and wish to learn new techniques along the way. They offer a great experience and camaraderie while sharing their adventure with a small group of like-minded photographers. Most workshop safaris limit the number of photographers-per-vehicle to only three, assuring room for lots of gear and unrestricted shooting. They’re led by accomplished photographers that are available to provide guidance in all aspects of image capture.
Safari leaders will be shooting alongside, but helping and guiding others is their priority.
These safaris are package-priced and offer a great value for the discerning traveler who wants to make the most of the abundant photo-ops while on safari. Please note that our workshop safaris vary in theme, location, and the specific skills beyond the fundamentals that the leader teaches. Formal instruction on post processing is offered on workshops at the Grand Ruaha camp only as it offers the best facility with the equipment in place.
If you prefer going on your own, please consider arranging a private safari that is tailored just for you.
We’ll be adding many more workshop safaris as the details are finalized, be sure to check back.
This private workshop safari really packs a lot of adventure and wildlife photography into a week. In addition, you are assured to get great images and grow your photography skills with the assistance of accomplished photographer Peter Heistein. This safaris…
|Mar 18, 2018 Mar 25, 2018|
Ngorongoro Conservation Area|
Serengeti National Park
|Leader: Peter Heistein|
Join our film crew for the experience of a lifetime. This safari enjoys exclusive Film Crew permits for 10 full days of the safari, allowing access to remote and otherwise closed areas of the Serengeti for exceptional wildlife photography and…
|Mar 31, 2018 Apr 12, 2018|
|Leader: James Blue|
This all-inclusive workshop safari offers outstanding opportunities to photograph the Ngorongoro Crater for two days, followed by the best of the Serengeti while the great migration moves through the high density corridor of big cats. This is definitely the best…
|Apr 16, 2018 Apr 25, 2018|
|Leaders: James Blue, Peter Heistein|