The Getaway Show, in association with Canon South Africa and Big5Photos, are bringing you a rare opportunity to learn photographic skills from two masters of the craft at this year’s photography workshops.
Bring along your own camera and join either Andrew Aveley or Michael Tucker who will be hosting a 3-hour workshop on the Saturday and Sunday of the Getaway Show. Secure your place by clicking here to fill out the form below and attach your proof of payment. Please use your full name as the reference.
Individual workshops cost R150 or purchase tickets for both at R250. Note these tickets are inclusive of your entrance to the Getaway Show.
Introducing our hosts:
Andrew Aveley of Andrew Aveley photography:
Andrew is a fulltime Professional photographer, specialist photo guide and educator. He regards photography as a subjective art form and does not subscribe to the notion that one simply teaches photography but rather shares knowledge. One needs to be inspired by the knowledge and information shared. He is the author of several photographic books and guides to the more technical aspects of wildlife and nature photography. He is a specialist trainer for Canon South Africa
Andrew’s workshops will be covering the following topics:
1. The digital darkroom
2. Creative nature photography
Michael Tucker of Big5Photos:
The talented and award-winning wildlife photographer, Michael Tucker started his love affair with the bush at a very young age. He started taking photos on family holidays and soon fell in love with the art form. Michael started creating images that would soon be published in leading magazines and online media. His second love is passing on his vast knowledge and in 2007 he established Big5Photos.com, a wildlife photography institution used to fuel his passion for teaching and sharing his knowledge about wildlife photography. Big5Photos also offers wildlife photography safaris.
Michael’s workshops will be covering the following topics:
1. The reasons to get off Auto
2. Taking control of Auto-Focus
3. Understanding the Exposure Triangle – Taking control of exposure
4. Compositional Elements
These sessions are popular, and there are limited seats to each workshop, so click here to register early.