PRLog - Jan. 29, 2014 - SEATTLE, WA, Jan. 29, 2014 – Using cameras to capture wildlife in their natural habitat poses challenges even for the experts. To help budding and amateur photographers African Safari Company (http://www.africansafarico.com/
Diane teaching panning in Tanzania
The photo gurus are Bob Harvey and Diane Kelsey, who have built an excellent reputation using their cameras and teaching expertise to assist the development, management and promotion of nature-based tourism. They have been creating and leading photography trips to Africa since 2009.
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The company is also taking reservations for 2016 for Nature Photography Adventures in:
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The photography duo work one-on-one with clients in the field and also assist through workshops so that photographers may learn, among others, how to:
Compose a shot
Pan with running animals to create a sense of motion
Take test exposures and test shots in advance of that perfect wildlife portrait
Shoot in difficult light
Work with the right shutter speed in a mixed light situation
Set up a soft background so that the animals stand out
Convey feeling and emotion in a photograph
Site yourself and the camera in such a way that the animal is oblivious to you
Each of the camps and lodges is handpicked for its location so the group can maximize their photography opportunities both in camp as well as out on game tracking activities.
About Diane Kelsay and Bob Harvey
Founders of Nature Photography Adventures (http://www.naturephotographyadventures.com/)
Through Nature Photography Adventures, Diane and Bob share special places with small groups of photographers. The adventures are carefully crafted to create opportunities to capture striking images by being in great places for great light and great natural events. Diane and Bob work with participating photographers to help each grow photographic abilities while also ensuring success in challenging photographic situations.
About African Safari Company & Small Ship Safaris
Mike Nesbitt, a native of South Africa, and daughter Julia bring an intimate knowledge of wildlife migrations, climate variables and cultural opportunities to the African Safari Company that he founded in 1998. Specializing in small group travel and custom safaris for the independent and inquisitive adventurer, the company carefully vets each lodge, camp and safari partner they work with in Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda & Rwanda, South Africa, Botswana, Zambia and Namibia.
A new division launched in 2013, Small Ship Safaris features a similar exotic adventure experience - on water instead of land. Expedition ships for between 16 and 210 guests transport wildlife and nature enthusiasts to remote areas of Alaska, Hawaii, Amazon, Polar Regions, Baja Sea of Cortez, Galapagos and Patagonia.
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