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Wildlife Photography Workshops at Australia Zoo

WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS

IMPROVE YOUR WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY SKILLS

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Are you looking to improve your wildlife photography? Australia Zoo are now hosting Wildlife Photography Workshops with a hands on experience. Two workshops (Full Day and Half Day) are available and both workshops are suitable for most levels of photography experience.

Our Wildlife Photography Workshops are facilitated by Australian non-profit organisation Wildlife Bytes with personal tuition from professional wildlife photographer Bill Corn. Bills outstanding knowledge and understanding of both photography techniques and animal behaviour is a result of over 4 decades of experience both within Australia and overseas.

Our hands on Wildlife Photography Workshops include theoretical and practical elements both out & about and guest appearances from a variety of animals where you will learn about photography techniques, understanding your camera, wildlife behaviour, digital workflow and post-processing.

Best of all, profits go back to Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors to help fund the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital.

Full Day Workshop

The Full Day Workshop provides a full on wildlife photography experience and includes entry to the Zoo and lunch. The day is broken up between theory in one of the new education rooms and practical elements in the pristine zoo grounds with 'guest' appearances from a variety of Zoo staff and animals.

Duration 7.5hrs - $450

Half Day Workshop

The Half Day Workshop starts up in the food court area with a complementary tea, coffee or cold drink where we will meet and discuss the mornings activities. Zoo staff will also drop in to say g'day and give us a brief on what's happening in the zoo on the day. We will also get access to at least one of the zoo animals for a more personal photography experience.

Duration 4hrs - $285 (This does not include entry to the Zoo).

Check out some of Bill Corn's photography of wildlife at Australia Zoo.