Wildlife Photography Course Singapore
Boost your wildlife photography skills and knowledge with workshops taught by Multi Award Winning Wildlife Photographer Kennie Pan. Gain Kennie Pan's 8 years of knowledge and experience photographing the wild, compacted into this 6 hours workshop.
Learn, understand, and adapt to the aspects of nature in order to maximise photographic opportunities.
*Recommended to have Basic Photography knowledge before attending this workshop.
Light refreshments will be provided.
Course Schedule and Fee
Date: 30 May 2015, Saturday (Theory), & 31 May 2015, Sunday (Outdoors).
Time: 10:00am to 1:00pm for both dates
Location will be advised nearer to date.
*www.kenniepan.com reserves the right to change the above information with prior notice given.
- Introduction to wildlife photography
- Basic equipments to consider for wildlife photography
- Higher end equipments to consider for wildlife photography
- Importance of truly understanding your equipments inside out
- Countering extreme low light conditions
- Best averaged out settings to use for most situations
- Settings for freezing fast moving subjects
- Settings to show movement blur
- Fully utilising different autofocus modules for different situations
- Last but not least, the most invaluable 'hidden technique', which is the
'Long Lens Technique'
- Preparation for the field
- Lighting/weather conditions at different times of the day
- Importance of understanding/knowing your subject
- Reliance on LCD screen
- Compositing your background/foreground interest to compliment your subject
- The Golden Hour/ Moment
- Fully understand your camera and lenses well
- Know the different functions in your camera and when to use them
- Know when to use a high or low ISO value
- Ensure razor sharp photographs even in the worst of lighting conditions
- Knowing the appropriate metering to use for different situations
- Perfecting the exposure for every photograph
- Making use of natural elements in every enviroment/condition to compliment your subject
- Any Camera, preferably DSLR or Compact Camera with telephoto ability.
- Tripod (Recommended)