10x Wildlife Photography (Summer 2020)
USD (US Dollars)
Registration is now closed for this workshop but we have scheduled another workshop beginning on August 16, 2020.
Take wildlife photography to the next level with this five-week, online, live-learning workshop running from July 17 to August 14, 2020.
We’re offering a special discount price for this workshop as we know many people have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Places in this workshop will be limited to keep the class size small.
Join wildlife photographer Adrian Cho and like-minded learners for an immersive and engaging learning experience. This workshop will consist of five live-streamed classes on the following dates:
- Friday, July 17, 2020
- Friday, July 24, 2020
- Friday, July 31, 2020
- Friday, August 7, 2020
- Friday, August 14, 2020
with each class broadcast at 6 PM (North American Eastern Time) and running for between 90 to 120 minutes. These will be completely live classes and questions can be submitted in the livechat during the class and Adrian will answer them on camera. Replay of classes will be available if you can’t make that broadcast time. See below for further details.
Discussion will continue between classes with a private forum where participants can discuss various aspects of wildlife photography and exchange images. Adrian will be available to provide detailed image feedback.
Please see further below for more information. This short video trailer will give you an idea of how the classes will be run.
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What does this workshop cover?
We'll cover tips, tricks, techniques, tools (gear), fieldwork, image editing, image review, and more.
Topics will include:
- Creating impactful images by capturing light, behavior, scene, story, and emotion
- Capturing depth in your images
- Finding the right perspective
- Reading the situation to predict the best shots
- Honing your technique to unleash your creativity
- Attaining mastery over your gear
- Creating visual flow in your images to engage viewers
- How to get the unique shots that others miss
- Embracing difficult lighting
- Making the most of nature's colors
- How to photograph wildlife near your home (and why you should be doing that)
- Putting wildlife first and the ethics of wildlife photography
- How to select your gear and travel with it
While we'll focus on the art of capturing unique portraits of wildlife in their natural environment, we'll also cover other aspects of nature photography, such as landscape and astrophotography, if there is interest from the class.
What experience do I need to take this workshop?
You can take this workshop if you meet any of the following requirements:
- You're new to photography and you're willing to put in the work to learn some foundational technical skills and techniques. This work can be done before the workshop begins or during the workshop.
- You have experience as a photographer but have never photographed wildlife before.
- You have experience photographing wildlife but want to get better.
All participants will receive a survey prior to the workshop to help Adrian target the workshop to their needs as much as possible.
How will this workshop be delivered?
Each class will be streamed live using multiple high-definition video feeds to present video, images, and in-camera views. Each class will be approximately 90-120 minutes long and broadcast on a Friday at 6 PM ET (North American Eastern Time).
If you need to take a quick break during a class, it will be possible to pause the playback and resume later and watch with a delay. You can also jump forward to the "live" point at any time.
If you miss a class you will able to catch (or replay) the recording of that class for up to one week after the initial broadcast.
During a class, you can questions at any time by typing in the livechat and Adrian will answer on camera. Small class size ensures all questions get answered. Continue discussion and get support between classes by joining a private online forum dedicated to this workshop. You'll be able to chat using text or voice and share images with the group or with anyone in the group including Adrian.
Mini-surveys will be used throughout the workshop to help tailor each class to the group.
After the workshops concludes you'll receive an invitation to an online forum where you can continue to interact with Adrian and other wildlife photographers as you continue to level-up your craft.
What if I can't make the scheduled time for a class?
All classes will be recorded and made available for one week. This gives you the opportunity to play it if you miss the class or even to replay it if you want to go over something that was discussed. The only thing with watching the class later is that you won't be able to ask questions live and have them answered on camera however you will be able to ask questions in the forum at any time.
Will you be offering this again with classes at a different time of day?
We understand that the scheduled class times may not work for everyone especially given different timezones. At this stage we can't commit to the scheduling for future online workshops but we will certainly offer the workshop again if there is demand. If you would be interested in registering for a workshop at a different time of day, please let us know.
If you have any questions about this workshop, feel free to use our contact form.
About the instructor
Adrian Cho is passionate about sharing the joys of wildlife photography. A highly-praised educator and presenter in multiple fields of creativity, Adrian combines an informal and relaxed style of engagement with a wealth of knowledge and a unique approach to both wildlife photography and teaching. To get an idea of his style of delivery, check out his YouTube channel. Here's just a few testimonials from some of Adrian's previous students.
"Adrian is an amazing teacher. Best course I’ve taken. Adrian was knowledgeable, pleasant, and had a love of his material. I learned a lot."
"Virtuoso teaching performance by Adrian Cho. Bravo!"
"Adrian Cho is a fantastic lecturer – very knowledgeable and great presenter."
"Adrian’s knowledge and his presentation of the course were excellent and he made the class interesting, informative, and fun."
"Adrian knows how to reach his audience and as a teacher he is also spot‐on!"
"Adrian has an innate ability to interact with the students and his knowledge is amazing."