Join award-winning wildlife photographer Diana Andersen on an unforgettable Botswana Photography Safari in 2024. This tour is an African adventure, experiencing the magic of Mashatu Game Reserve in Botswana and the Chobe.
Photography Workshop Gift Voucher
Purchase a gift voucher towards any visual communication, pet, or wildlife photography workshop from award-winning photographer Diana Andersen.
Vouchers are valid for 12 months and are not refundable for cash. Vouchers are delivered via email. Vouchers contain a unique ID that is recorded during the purchase process. For any additional information or assistance, please contact Diana.
A private photography lesson is the best way to improve your photography skills. One on one training will help you address aspects of your animal photography that you might be struggling with and help you to take your photography to the next level.
Birds in the landscape is a category in many bird photography competitions. Learn to shoot wider and include the environment in your images to create more engaging images that tell a better story about the lives of your subjects.
Wildlife portrait photography is the art of capturing the essence of a wild animal in an image. The saying ‘the eyes are the windows to the soul’ applies to wildlife as much as humans. But what are we hoping to see in the wildlife soul?
When you start with wildlife photography, light often seems to be your enemy rather than your friend. However, light is the key to taking your wildlife photography to the next level. Learning to use it to take your images from ordinary and extraordinary.
Capturing birds in flight can be challenging. Even if you achieve focus, images of birds against a blue sky often fail to engage the viewer. Learn how to use the light, the correct settings, and environmental assets to add drama to your images.
Have you always wanted to learn how to capture fast-moving dogs at the beach? Then, join me in the summer months for this fun pet photography workshop and learn how to direct your subjects, freeze motion and capture the personality of your subjects.
Learn to capture more than happy snaps by understanding how your viewers respond to imagery. Producing images that connect with the viewer, capture imagination, and elicit an emotional response sets good photography apart.