Learn How to Photograph Big Cats in 2019

30 Oct 2018

We have just completed our programme of Big Cat photography courses in Hertfordshire for this year with three more fully booked workshops. We have just announced our schedule for early 2019 and several dates are already nearly full!

We have enjoyed the company of many hundreds of students this year and seen some wonderful images which are frequently shared on our Going Digital South Midlands Facebook page. Although we don't get a great deal of opportunity to use our cameras when teaching, co-tutor Belinda found time to capture some lovely images of a few of the cats which are featured here.

 

These courses are held at the Cat Survival Trust, a private wildlife sanctuary and rescue centre, under the guidance of professional wildlife photographer Peter Smart and his experienced team of tutors. We provide a wonderful opportunity to get close and photograph over 40 cats including Snow Leopard, Jaguar, Puma and Amur Leopard, as well as contributing to the work of the Cat Survival Trust in the UK and their conservation projects overseas.

 

Our weekend photography workshops are an ideal introduction to wildlife photography while our weekday masterclasses, limited to just six students, offer a perfect opportunity to develop your skills. The emphasis is on taking photographs under the guidance of our team of experienced tutors but we always start with a short briefing, supported by comprehensive handouts, to ensure you get the best from all the opportunities available.

 

Our next courses are in March 2019 and booking information and dates for the rest of the year may be found on the Going Digital website.

 

Friday, 22 March 2019 - Masterclass

Saturday, 23 March 2019 - Workshop

Friday, 26 April 2019 - Masterclass

Saturday, 27 April 2019 - Workshop

Sunday, 28 April 2019 - Workshop

Friday, 28 June 2019 - Masterclass

Saturday, 29 June 2019 - Workshop

 

 

 

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