We are very fortunate to team up with Peter Cox from Ireland, 2007 Landscape Photographer of the Year. In conjunction with Water By Nature, he will run a photographic workshop on the Zambezi River from 2nd – 10th October 2010. Participants will get tuition from Peter on improving the technical elements of their photography as well as creative improvements in their photography. Peter’s goal is that photographers come away from the trip not only with some stunning images, but also to have a greater awareness on how to use the camera effectively. The Batoka Gorge and the Zambezi River gives a stunning platform to teach photo enthusiasts of all levels.
Peter will take workshops morning and evening and also give participants and insight into sports photography as you shoot rafts coming through some of the Zambezi whitewater rapids. Every day you’ll be looked after on the river and in camp by a dedicated crew of river professionals from Water By Nature to give you more time to do what you love doing, shooting photos. We will even take a power source, to help with charging batteries. Zambia’s weather is hot and settled in October when the trip takes place and you’ll be treated to some stunning cloud formations. A full breakdown of the itinerary and necessary camera equipment is available on the Water By Nature website. Places are strictly limited to 16 photographers so to secure your place on the trip, please book online.
by Hamish McMaster
Hamish McMaster is the Water By Nature owner. He has spent the past 25 years exploring and playing on the world's great rivers. He still loves nothing more than getting out there and sharing adventures.
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