Day three of our Wildlife Photography Essentials Workshop arrived and we set out into the field with our guests who were keen to just get out there and do as much photography as possible.
The morning drive was filled with many elephant and general game sightings which provided great platform and comfortable learning environment for our guests to learn, try new things and make full use of our photographic guiding knowledge.
After brunch we had some great one on one Lightroom sessions with our guests and showed them the basics and potential that the software offers for post processing of RAW images.
We headed back into the field after lunch and bumbled through Black Rhino reserve taking in our surroundings. We responded to a call on the radio and were extremely lucky to have a sighting of three beautiful Cheetah brothers in some gorgeous golden light. Everyone managed to get some special images of these endangered big cats. Another amazing At Close Quarters moment.
We then enjoyed a drinks stop on a large open area where, never wasting a photographic opportunity, we took some great silhouetted images of a tree at sunset.
We then headed back to the lodge for a traditional South African braai (barbecue) where we chatted about the days that have passed and soaked up the tranquil evening under a starry African sky.
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