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Moose Peterson Presents Images in Africa Safaris Photography Workshop, 10/6

Moose Peterson Presents Images in Africa Safaris Photography Workshop, 10/6

Images in Africa Safaris, a provider of African Safaris and Photography workshops to South Africa, Namibia and Botswana, is excited to announce that Photographer & Author Moose Peterson will be the guest instructor at our two October 2014 African Safari workshops held in the exclusive Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve in South Africa.

Mr. Moose Peterson will be teaching basic photography, advanced photography techniques, photography concepts, composition and handling difficult lighting conditions at the Safaris scheduled for October 6th 2014 through October 16th 2014, and October 16th 2014 through October 26th 2014, at the two spectacular lodges at Elephant Plains and Idube Game Reserve. Mr. Peterson will also accompany each group of photographers on three morning game drives and three afternoon game drives and will provide in the field tutoring as required.

Moose Peterson is well respected as a photographer and author, and some of his many accolades include being a "Nikon Legend behind the Lens" recipient, being honored as a Lexar Elite Photographer, as well as a recipient of the John Muir Conservation Award for Research Associate with the Endangered Species Recovery Program.

Further, Moose Peterson was part of Epson's Finish Strong ad campaign. Moose shares his knowledge through his writing, being published in over 133 magazines worldwide, author of 25 books including his latest, "Taking Flight" and best seller "Captured".

The two African Safari workshops that Images in Africa Safaris has put together for Mr. Moose Peterson are unique, in that each safari is 11 days. Photographers and or their spouses or partners will get to enjoy a two lodge Combo in the exclusive and Private Sabi Sand Game Reserve. Further Images in Africa Safaris is limiting each of the safaris to 6 photographers 3 non-photographers.


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