WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY COURSES
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Our SLR (Film) Wildlife Photography Course was written by world-renowned wildlife photographer, Daryl Balfour.

In addition to the invaluable insights and tips on a vast range of topics, this course is filled with hundreds of examples of his own photography demonstrating various techniques, common mistakes and moments of brilliance.



Applicable to the novice, dedicated enthusiast and semi-professional, this course is a MUST for those wanting to learn how to take that special shot; or for those seeking to turn their ordinary photographs into extraordinary captures of moment and time.

  • This course is offered in an online format at R 450.00.
The online course is delivered entirely online; the course material and all assessments are accessed over the the Internet. Course content may also be downloaded, but all courses tests must be completed online.

The qualification (A Certificate in SLR Wildlife Photography) gained from completing the full course is conferred by WildlifeCampus.

Go to www.WildlifeCampus.com to try the FREE online Course Components and Register fo this course.

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SLR Wildlife Photography
Module # 1 - Let's get started !
  1. Component # 1 Equipment
  2. Component # 2 Film and Tripods
  3. Component # 3 Using your New Camera - f-stops & Shutter Speeds
  4. Component # 4 Basic Exposure: Exposures for Light and Dark Subjects
  5. Component # 5 Basic Composition

Module # 2 - Using your Accessories and Know-how

  1. Component # 1 Flash Photography at Night
  2. Component # 2 Difficult Lighting Situations
  3. Component # 3 Filters
  4. Component # 4 Do's and Don'ts of Filters
  5. Component # 5 Twilight, Star-trails etc
  6. Component # 6 Film Report Back

Module # 3 - Real Wildlife Photography

  1. Component # 1 Keeping Abreast of Technology
  2. Component # 2 Advanced composition
  3. Component # 3 Creating a Sense of Place
  4. Component # 4 Seeing your Subject
  5. Component # 5 Motion Blurs
  6. Component # 6 Patience

Module # 4 - Understanding Lighting

  1. Component # 1 Qualities of Light
  2. Component # 2 Spot Metering
  3. Component # 3 Side Lighting
  4. Component # 4 Backlight
  5. Component # 5 Soft Light

Module # 5 - Situations and Specific Techniques

  1. Component # 1 Antarctica
  2. Component # 2 Rain and Flowers
  3. Component # 3 Close-ups and Macro Photography
  4. Component # 4 Aerial Photography
  5. Component # 5 Exposure Compensation
  6. Component # 6 High-speed Flash
  7. Component # 7 Digital Photography

Module # 6 - HOT TIPS

  1. Component # 1 Antarctica
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