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Animals in Focus Photography Course

For Owners of SLR Cameras

Photography Lindsay Poland from ‘Camera Perfect’ takes you on a tour through the beautiful surroundings of Adelaide Zoo to share his secrets of perfect animal photography. Learn how to photograph through glass and how to make the wire disappear plus more techniques that will help to enhance your photography skills.

These one-day (6 hours, 10am – 5pm) courses will focus mainly on “hands on” photography. The two courses are run on a Sunday and will vary to cater for the needs of ‘beginner’ and ‘advanced’ photographers and will involve both theory and practical sessions.

Cost is $150.00 (discount price for both Courses of $250.00) and is suitable for adults and senior secondary photography students. Discounts apply to zoo members.

Numbers limited to 12 people per course.

The next Animals in Focus photography courses will be running April – June 2017. If would like to receive information about our 2017 courses, please contact us and we will add you to our mailing list.

Tree Kangaroo. Photo: K JonesBinturong. Photo: K JonesLion. Photo: G Ryan
Hippo. Photo: K SpallWhite-cheeked Gibbons. Photo: K SpallGiraffes. Photo: K Spall
Siamang. Photo A. Van BuskirkSiamang. Photo A. Van BuskirkSiamang. Photo A. Van Buskirk
Photo A. Van BuskirkBaboon. Photo A. Van BuskirkFlamingo - Frank Cornall
Finches Frank CornallBlue and Gold Macaw - Frank CornallGiant Panda - Frank Cornall
Loving ParentsClose up and personal with Brutus the HippoOriental Small-clawed Otter Photo. Suzanne Roberts
Meerkat - Photo: Suzanne RobertsMeerkats - Photo: Suzanne RobertsGiraffe S Williams
Hopping Mouse S WilliamsSeahorse A MartinOtter - K Maunder
Gibbon - K MaunderHippo - K MaunderTassie Devil - J Rhind
Orangutan - J RhindMandrill - J RhindMacaw - J Rhind


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