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Before you book a photo workshop or safari, you may have some questions you'd like answered. We've tried here to anticipate some of those questions but, if we've missed something important to you, please feel free to contact us
Booking can be done on-line via this site. Alternatively, please contact us.
Yes. We’ll provide you with a gift certificate to the value of the booking.
We do keep an eye on the weather forecast and only if the weather is very bad will we re-schedule the course. If showers are predicted we advise bringing a light waterproof jacket, and there are shelters at all of our sites. In very hot weather, we advise applying sunscreen lotion.
Often it is okay for a non-photographer to accompany you, depending on the course and numbers. Most sites ask that the non-photographer make a nominal donation. Please call us for specific details.
No … although I might entice you with an “offer you can’t refuse” on my latest book!
Yes. All sites have electricity for charging batteries.
Yes. The courses and tuition are suitable for film or digital camera users.
Typically it is the lens focal length range that’s most important (we advise between 70 – 200mm as a minimum). While photo opportunities may be more limited with non-SLR type cameras, we are often able to work with you in getting you close enough to get good images.
Yes. On each course we provide group and one-on-one tuition relevant to the subjects you’ll be photographing, and to the techniques you’ll be needing, as well as being useful for when your out and about on your own.
No. We guarantee to get you close enough to the wildlife subjects to avoid the need for expensive camera equipment. A full list of recommended gear is provided with the Course Information Pack.
Yes. All of our courses (with the exception of the Masters’ Series) are suitable for beginners. We provide tuition to help you get to know your camera, as well as some of the basic techniques for photographing wildlife.
No. Each course is designed to provide photo opportunities for all skill levels. We also provide more advanced tuition on the day on a one-on-one basis, if required. You might also consider one of our Masters’ Series workshops, which are specifically designed for experienced photographers.