- Learn and be inspired by the entire Wild Eye team
- Informative presentations with practical advice
- Game drives in one of Africa's most prolific game viewing areas
- Personal attention throughout the seminar
- Break away sessions to focus on YOUR photographic goals
Dates: November 4, 2016 - November 9, 2016
Cost: ZAR 34,750 per person
Single person supplement: ZAR 8,500 per person
Deposit: 50% to secure
Max number of Photographers: 15
Few places are as synonymous with big game encounters as the Sabi Sands. For many the mere mention of the name brings back memories of leopards with little cubs, lions hunting Cape Buffalo after dark and elephant herds crossing sandy riverbeds. It’s known to deliver some of the best & most consistent game viewing experiences in Africa, and we aim to introduce you to the region and much more on a Sabi Sabi Wildlife Photography Seminar.
The 2016 Wild Eye Wildlife Photography Seminar will give you the opportunity to learn from and be inspired by the experts.
Join the Wild Eye team for our second wildlife photography seminar in one of the most prolific and well known game viewing areas in the world, the award winning Sabi Sabi Game Reserve. Whatever your skill level or approach to wildlife photography this seminar will give you new ideas, shed light on different technical and creative techniques and give you a fresh outlook on photography in general as well as your own approach to the science and art that is wildlife photography.
Wild Eye will again be taking exclusive use of the Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge for the duration of the seminar making for an incredible photographic atmosphere and dedicated photographic game drives.
With exclusive, insightful presentations by the Wild Eye team and ample photography time out in the field, all in the most amazing comfort and luxury of Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge, this is one photographic event you do not want to miss!
The Sabi Sand might not have the rolling plains of the Masai Mara, but it sure has incredibly habituated animals that give you the opportunity to get closer than ever before, and to spend quality time with them. Safaris sightings are well controlled with minimal pressure on the animals being viewed.
If you love photographing the “big stuff”, ad you have a special love for leopards then this is undoubtedly the place for you.
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