WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY COURSES
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Our Digital Wildlife Photography Course concentrates primarily on upskilling you to produce consistent, high-quality wildlife photographs.

This is not a complete beginner's course in photography, and assumes that you have the knowledge in place to use a digital camera in a mode other than "point-and-shoot" where the camera does everything for you.

Applicable to the more advanced novice, dedicated enthusiast and semi-professional, this course is a MUST for those wanting to learn how to take that special shot; for those seeking to avoid the disappointment of mundane results by converting their ordinary photographs into extraordinary captures of that unique moment in time.



This course was specifically commissioned and written for WildlifeCampus by Professional Wildlife Photographers, Andre Nel and Dan Myburg,

  • This course is offered in an online format at R 1,150.00 and will be worth every cent for the enormous satisfaction you'll gain by producing really exceptional wildlife photos.
The online course is delivered entirely online; the course material and all assessments are accessed over the the Internet. Course content may also be downloaded, but all courses tests must be completed online.

The qualification (A Certificate in Digital Wildlife Photography) gained from completing the full course is conferred by WildlifeCampus.

Go to www.WildlifeCampus.com to try the FREE online Course Components and Register for this course.

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Digital Wildlife Photography
Module # 1 - Preparation
  1. Component # 1 - Wildlife Specialisation
  2. Component # 2 - What this Course will Teach you
  3. Component # 3 - Equipment Considerations Part # 1
  4. Component # 4 - Equipment Considerations Part # 2
  5. Component # 5 - Preparing Yourself for the Field
  6. Component # 6 - Essential Elements of a good photograph

Module # 2 - Lighting for Wildlife Photography

  1. Component # 1 - Front Lighting
  2. Component # 2 - Back Lighting
  3. Component # 3 - Side & Subdued Lighting
  4. Component # 4 - Artificial Lighting

Module # 3 - From Average to Exceptional Wildlife Photography

  1. Component # 1 - What the Camera Sees
  2. Component # 2 - Anticipate Your Subject Part # 1
  3. Component # 3 - Anticipate Your Subject Part # 2
  4. Component # 4 - Macro Photography

Module # 4 - Processing your Images

  1. Component # 1 - Digital Workflow
  2. Component # 2 - Post-Processing Equipment
  3. Component # 3 - Post-Processing

Module # 5 - Make the Quantum Leap

  1. Component # 1 - Five Tips
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