Botswana - ‘The Land of Light and Dust’
Andy & Sarah Skinner
Botswana ‘The Land of Light and Dust’. This presentation will be a visual feast of what Botswana has to offer but appeal to all photographers who travel to Africa, indeed any part of the world and love creating fine art imagery combining the evocative elements of Light and Dust.
Botswana is such a popular location for a photographic safaris but what makes this magnificent country stand out in particular on such a photographic rich continent? Join Andy and Sarah to learn and be inspired by their vast wealth of photographic experiences gained from travelling and guiding photographic tours in this stunning part of Southern Africa. During this talk, they will provide an informative insight, with some beautiful imagery featuring both predators and a diverse array of other African wildlife species from some of Botswana’s prime game viewing areas.
Andy and Sarah have created a stunning portfolio from this country drawn back time and time again by the incredible and photographically intoxicating mix of light, dust and iconic African species. Their presentation will include some key travel advice on the best times to travel to this wonderful country but will centre on technical and creative advice as to how you can maximise the opportunities to hand to produce some stunning imagery. This presentation will be a visual feast of what Botswana has to offer but will appeal to all photographers who travel to Africa, indeed any part of the world and love creating fine art imagery combining the evocative elements of Light and Dust.
There will be a full Question and Answer session after the presentation - use the opportunity to gain first-rate information from two very knowledgeable and giving photographers.
Photography Experts bring you the very best photographers who excel at their craft but also deliver a top-quality Web presentation that is as entertaining as it is informative. In each presentation the Expert not only shares their stunning imagery with you but the detail of where and how the image was taken, they will give you their own personal insights on composition and settings not available anywhere else in this format.
We seriously recommend registration and participation in the live event for the chance to ask questions directly yourself or listen to the answers they give to other participants.
Only registrants to the live event will have access to the Q&A content as well as being given a 72 hour post event streaming of the event, so even if for some reason you are unable to attend you still get to see the full event.
Recordings are made available at a future date but without the premium content.
24 November 2020, 19:30:00
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