Our location is the largest zoological park in the world, and with over 100 different species from the five continents, this is the perfect place to learn all the basics of wildlife photography.
The animals live in semi-wild conditions in the most stunning scenery. Getting a good shot of a lynx in the wild is close to impossible (they're endangered), but on this workshop anyone can get shots like this. Most photographers are happy when the sun is out, but I always say bad weather is good weather. Rain, snow, storms - they all add drama to your shots. And it's more quiet, because most people will be staying inside.
This image was shot with a relatively long shutterspeed to get longer rain drops.
If you're a beginner or intermediate photographer and would like to learn more about wildlife photography and composition, and have a great time with a small group of like-minded enthusiasts, then join us on our next Wildlife Photography Boot Camp in Spain. Please have a look on my website for more information, pictures and tour impression video clips:
Hope to see you there!
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