HomeAboutTech & BusinessLIFESTYLEPhotography/FashionPOETRY Kenyan Story Shoot something in the wild this coming weekend – Photography in the Wild July 10, 2017
Nature is amazing and the wild opens up another creation that’s full of life with birds tweeting on trees, bats screeching and bees humming unknown anthem. Imagine being in the middle of a beautiful natural habitat with a lion giving you a tranquil gaze – and you happen to have a camera and someone who is ready to teach you how to shoot the lion. A trainer with exceptional wildlife photography skills that can turn an amateur into a pro in a few hours. That sounds like a killer deal right?
Versatile Photographers, Kenya Wildlife Service, renown wildlife photographers and photography enthusiasts have organized a fun-filled and informative wild photography adventure that will make moments and instill knowledge. Well, the cutting edge SLR technology has made almost everybody a hobbyist photographer but there’s always that curious skill that every professional photographer has – the ability to anticipate a moment and capture it with the right camera settings. The Photography in the Wild adventure will expose many photographers to the art and discipline of wildlife photography that’s still missing in the photography industry.
“Our main objective is to make photographers learn the art and use their photography skills to push for positive wildlife narrative and campaigns that will eventually merit the conservation of the wild.” David Macharia, the Founder and CEO of Versatile photographers commented.
The project goals
Fun for family and friends Wildlife photography lessons by experienced wildlife photographers in Africa To promote tourism in the country To expose the cultural richness in the country To provide a gallery of royalty images to use in tourism, wildlife projects. Begin wildlife and conservation galleries (Photo and video Museums) across all gazetted and national parks in Kenya. Create worldwide awareness on both wildlife and environment conservation
When: 16 July 2017
Time: 5.00am to 6.00pm. ( Breakfast, Lunch and refreshments shall be served)
Where: Nairobi National Park
Investment: Ksh 3500.
Paybill No: 565276
Account name: your Name
Limited slots remaining call, Please get in touch to book your slot by calling
Versatile School of Photography +254721330767 or visit www.versatileadventures.com
You can view or download the program here Program
Photos by David Macharia
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