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Wildlife Safari Photography

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Have you ever tried to photograph a once-in-a-lifetime, heart-stopping holiday moment and found the result to lack more than a little of the spirit of the original? Plenty of theoretical knowledge can be gained at home, and you can practise your documentary shots at the local high street or your wildlife snaps on the cat, but nothing compares to the real thing.

For the best of both worlds, there's always a wildlife photography holiday. With your photography tutor by your side, you can test your new-found knowledge of lighting, lens-selection, filters, shutter speeds and field-depth on some of the most glorious sights a Tanzanian safari has to offer. This time, your holiday album could contain a herd of wildebeest crossing a roaring river, cheetah cubs playing in the shade of a plane tree, a gazelle captured mid-leap or even a hunting lioness, just as you remember them.

Written by  larapiegeler.

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