The Hidden Jungle: A Camera-Trapping And Remote Photography Workshop By Steve Winter At The Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve
Sanctuary Asia and the Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve, in association with the Wildlife Conservation Trust (WCT) and the Tiger Research and Conservation Trust (TRACT), invite you to attend and be a part of a unique and exclusive two-day conservation photography and ethics skill-share workshop by Steve Winter, award-wining National Geographic photographer and Director of Media, Panthera on ‘Camera Trapping and Remote Photography’.
Photo: Steve Winter.
Dates: December 15 and 16, 2013
Venue: Goshri, Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve
Contact Details: Gaurav Shirodkar: +91 99872 00896, Valmi Shah Shirodkar: +91 99673 75090
Note: THIS EVENT IS BY INVITATION ONLY.
Related info: Meet Steve Winter.
A Steve Winter Portfolio.
About the event:
The workshop is primarily designed for Forest Department staff and field researchers who wish to learn techniques to get better, more usable images from specific locations. This would involve triggering shutters from different angles and with better lighting techniques to capture rare species or rare behaviour. Apart from where to place cameras, Steve will share lighting tips, pitfalls of camera trap photography, how to keep records, ethics and more.
The workshop is free. However, participants will have to bear their accommodation, food and travel costs.
The workshop is a wonderful opportunity to interact with Steve Winter, one of the best conservation photographers in the world. We hope to see you there.