Our recent Wildlife Photography Essentials Workshop hosted in the Private Black Rhino Reserve in Pilanesberg National Park was a great success. An intense cold front that brought cold conditions and rain to the area didn’t dampen the mood or spirits of our six guests, most who had travelled from the Western Cape.
Over the four days, our guests attended theoretical lectures and headed into the bush on daily game drives to put the theory into practice. Guests were taught everything from the basics of wildlife photography, to specific techniques and skills to use in a variety different situations and scenarios.
Having the exclusive use of the lodge meant that we were able to take extended game drives into Black Rhino Reserve and Pilanesberg and our guests could use the time to practice the techniques and skills they had learnt. We were also able to drive our guests into the park at night to get some great shots of the night sky and milky way (once the overcast weather had finally disappeared).
The relaxed atmosphere, luxury accommodation, expertly prepared meals and the intimate training provided by our ACQ guide Henrich Neumeyer guaranteed that our guests left not only as better photographers, but were relaxed, rejuvenated and energised too.
We have two more Wildlife Photography Essentials Workshops booked for 2016 in August and September. We guarantee that you will leave these trips with new friends, a new and enhanced set of skills and knowledge and lastly, better wildlife photographers. If you’d like to find out more about joining us click here.
The ACQ Team
Some more images from the Safari: