Crabeater seal (Lobodon Carcinophagus)
Finalist in the Animal Habitat category of the Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year 2020 awards. Image: Greg Lecoeur
© Greg Lecoeur

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In nature photography, timing, patience, creativity and technique must combine to capture an award-winning shot. Be inspired by the 2020 Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year exhibition and learn the tricks of the trade from an experienced photographer and educator.

Discover how to unlock your camera’s potential with simple but creative shooting techniques and get the most out of your equipment through clear instruction in camera modes, aperture, ISO and shutter speed. Then harness your newfound knowledge in an hour’s shoot of live subjects (including birds, lizards, frogs, possums, a snake and crocodile), as well as taxidermy and fossil specimens from the Museum’s world-renowned collections.

Choose your favourite shot to take home as a professionally printed A4 inkjet image.

Limited capacity of 15 people per workshop to allow for individual attention and feedback. Book today!

Ages: 13+

Inclusions: Exhibition viewing, workshop tutorial, live animal photography session

Please bring your own DSLR camera and memory card on the day.

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Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year 2020 is produced by the South Australian Museum and presented in partnership with the Australian Museum.

The South Australian Museum gratefully acknowledges the support of Dr Stuart Miller AM, founder and patron of ANZANG, and his sister Mrs Alison Huber in memory of their parents, Dr Robert and Mrs Clarice Miller, both late of Waikerie, South Australia.

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