When I moved to South Africa, I decided to pick up my old photography hobby and bought a 100-400mm lens and starting photographing animals on safari. Previously I mostly focused on street and travel photography, but I had never ventured into any post-production work until this past Saturday when I attended a Wild Eye Photography class to learn about Lightroom. If you want a crash course in Lightroom, this is the course for you. We sped through an enormous amount of content and by the end of the day, I had learned how to organize, store, and edit my photos. Most of Sunday was spent trying out what I had learned. Here are a few of my amped up photos.
Now, I think I will have to take one of their wildlife photo courses so that I can minimize the number of blurry lion shots and stop placing my subject in the middle of the frame.
Wild Eye offers photography workshops at their offices in the Design Quarter. They also have an extensive range of safaris.