Wildlife Photo Trips and Wildlife Photo Workshops
If you are a wildlife photographer who loves photographing wild animals in their natural habitat, if you want to open new horizons, and if you want to photograph new species, then join me for a wildlife photography workshop.
I offer you a unique experience that is much more than an ordinary tutorial on how to use your gear. In my tutorials, you will gain all the technical knowledge required for successful photos.
You will also learn how to find and observe wildlife, and you will be traveling with other photographers sharing similar interests.
Creating Beautiful Wildlife Photographs
Do you want to explore innovative ways of photographic creativity? Join me. I will guide you in unleashing your creativity and channeling your imagination to create stunning photographs of beautiful wildlife. My photography courses are suitable for both beginner photographers and experienced photographers.
My pedagogical progression and my courses are based on a method of learning and teaching that I like to call “ACANP”.
Do you want to take beautiful pictures and make wonderful memories? Are you undergoing troubles with technical terms, camera settings, and the framing, composition, and processing of your photos? Please join me for a photo workshop. I will help you understand those technical terms and acquire the skills you need to create the photos of your dreams.
During my travels, I often encounter photographers whose photographs are blurry or improperly exposed. They are having difficulties with composing and framing photos, with using their cameras properly, or with editing their photos digitally. I started my wildlife photography workshops to share my technical knowledge with people in these frustrating situations. Are you one of these people? Within days, through my educational approach, you will no longer be frustrated with your photographs, but you will be satisfied with your exceptional work.
Some Technical Points Addressed During My Training Sessions
It would take a long time to outline the list of technical points that I address during my wildlife photography trainings. The goal of my wildlife photography courses is to allow you to develop your own artistic vision while mastering your photographic equipment. I am a professional photographer specialized in fine art photography (also known as art photography). I create collections of art prints from my photographs made in the field. I have all the answers to your questions concerning animal photography and their intense visual impact.
You can use your photographs for art exhibitions or make art books.
During my wildlife photography workshops, I tackle artistic creation, black and white photography, minimalist photography, exposition in nature photography, and the components of a “good photo”. But I also deal with the equipment used in wildlife photography, such as the lenses and cameras. I also deal with the essential subjects of composition, framing, and points of view to enhance an animal.
My photo sessions are designed to give you a solid foundation for easier progression on the field. I want to give you the essential tools for the complex field of photography.
Whether you are a beginner or an advanced photographer, you will always find new themes to develop in nature photography. While learning photography on the computer is an excellent start, photographic learning on the field is an irreplaceable experience. Several of my trainees in wildlife photography told me that in one week, they had progressed more than several years’ worth of web documentation.
Another critical point that I deal with is the use of fixed or floating blinds. For me, the blind remains the best technique to make photos of wild animals whether they are red deer, wild boars or roe deer. The floating blind allows photographs of migratory or non-migratory wild birds to be made under exceptional conditions. Wildlife photography of birds has become one of my specialties.
Another of my specialties is that I approach the competition photography during my workshops. Competitions are part of photography because they allow me to compare my work with that of others and see progress. My advices have allowed many photographers to win competitions or climb onto the first steps of a podium.
Traveling to Make Animal Pictures
I organize many wildlife workshops in France. I might travel to the Dombes or Brenne for birds, or I might go to the Charente-Maritime for red deer and wild boars.
Besides France, I also organize animal photography trips to Africa, whether in Kenya or Ethiopia. In Romania, I may photograph birds or in the United States, I may photograph the great land mammals.
I offer different formulas of wildlife photography courses according to your desires. But these nature courses are always organized with maximum comfort. Whether it is for lodging or food, I desire the best, as I know that this is your vacation before anything else. It is a time to relax and enjoy life.
Learning A Wide Range of New Skills
My travel and wildlife photography courses are based on examples and practice. I will reveal tips for successful pictures, for example, I never use abstract or confusing technical jargon. Although I want to help you refine your style, I also want you to enjoy creating photographs.
Utilizing stories from our experience, I will explain various concepts, discussing artistic sensitivity, framing, color, and the proper way to use light. I have extensive experience as professional photographer, and I have trained hundreds of photographers. Everything I teach is based solely on my experience. I never lose sight of the fundamentals of photography.
During my wildlife photography workshops, I discuss two basic techniques for photographing animals: going on a “photo walk,” and waiting in a blind. I also address how to use both natural and artificial lighting. For example, I have developed a technique for photographing fast-moving birds such as hummingbirds. I will explain the techniques necessary for photographing diverse types of animals.
Wildlife photography requires in-depth knowledge of animals’ behaviors and habitats. I am very familiar with the places where I take photographers, and I always describe an animal’s habitat in detail, because I know that this knowledge is essential for good photos.
Knowing how to use your equipment is also important in wildlife photography. I will discuss cameras, lenses, tripods, balls, blinds, and camouflage. I will give you my best advice.
Traveling with Other Photographers
Participating in a wildlife photography workshop with me is a great way to meet and relax with other photographers who are passionate for the wonders of nature, all while learning new techniques. I believe that you will enjoy your vacation where you will be given the chance to exchange inspirations, impressions, and technical insights with photographers of similar goals and interests.
The art of photography cannot be learned only on a computer. It is learned when a person is completely immersed in the field.
This is what I offer. If my descriptions pique your interest, then you will benefit from my wildlife photography workshops, and you will enjoy your unique experience.
Some Testimonials about of My Wildlife Photo Workshops
A REVELATION FOR ME
This wildlife photography workshop was a revelation for me. The atmosphere was excellent. Amar is a very thorough teacher, and he is never stingy with technical advice. He shared all his technical knowledge about approaching big mammals with us. Under his guidance, we were able to safely approach and photograph very fierce animals. I had a great time, and I already want to participate in another workshop.
I have had an extraordinary week. I discovered wildlife photography. We lived in a gorgeous area with a stunning number of animals.
I appreciate what Amar taught us, especially about techniques for approaching animals. Whenever I look at the pictures I took, I'll remember how I created each one. In every photo, I captured moments that I will always remember. It’s crazy how many wonderful memories I brought back.
I learned a lot from Amar, both about photography from a blind and about the right way to approach animals. I think that I will now be able to approach animals closely enough to get really good photos of them. It was a great experience.
My best memory is probably from the part where we learned how to approach animals without frightening them away. You have to move very slowly and carefully. I learned to move little by little until the animals weren’t frightened by my appearance. I am so happy that I succeeded.
Some Pictures of the Previous Wildlife Photo Workshops I Have Organized
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