One cannot rely just on luck to capture that special photograph! Good images of animals, birds or even bugs don’t just happen – they require knowledge and skill. Join us for a three-day introductory course to nature photography, presented by accomplished wildlife photographer Stephen Hammer of Cape Town.
Even in the age of digital photography, the basics still matter! Stephen will take you through the factors that affect your exposure – ISO, lens aperture and shutter speed – and then move on to learning your camera’s controls and practical application of these principles. Landmeterskop offers ample opportunities to try out your new-found knowledge, with birds, landscapes, fynbos and more.
Imagine learning great new stuff while relaxing and having fun on a peaceful farm! This weekend promises to be a rewarding experience!
Dates: 15h00 on Friday, 21 August to Sunday afternoon, 23 August.
Cost: R1 850 per person, includes accommodation, all meals and course material (bring your own drinks)
Accommodation: Shared in The Homestead.
To book, e-mail Valerie email@example.com
to book. Don’t delay – only the first 12 people can be accommodated!
Although 20-month-old Zara is growing up in a city, she seems to be a country girl at heart. It was absolutely amazing watching her fearlessly interact with the farm animals on Landmeterskop – arm around the neck with piggies, Mr and Mrs Kolbroek, also feeding and stroking them and the alpacas. They also seemed to not mind her being there, so up close and personal. Her mom and our Tsala were however nearby all the time, keeping a watchful eye.