Experience What Its Like To Be A Professional Wildlife Photographer
The photographer is a special breed of traveler. Enticed by objects and scenery that others may overlook, travel photographers search for that special place where they can find one amazing sight after another. The Peruvian Amazon is that special place. Be accompanied by a professional photographer eager to show you how to get pro shots in workshops that will teach you how to use our top quality equipment and be in the jungle for hands on instruction. Travelers have the chance to experience what it is like to be a National Geographic wildlife photographer.
All Equipment Included
Dont worry about bring your own equipment. Tours are all-inclusive meaning that standard and specialty photography equipment is being provided. Participants also have access to equipment that is too expensive to purchase or too specialized for the general public to use.
Get a chance to use the awesome Canon 600mm f/4 lens for birds and large mammals and then try out the Canon MP-E 65mm Macro, a special lens designed for taking closeup photos of insects and butterflies.
Great For Any Skill Level
Whether you are a beginner or an advanced pro our workshops take you to the most amazing places in the Amazon jungle and teach you to make technically perfect images while capturing the stunning beauty that exists in the Amazon.
Mini-Workshops and Photo Reviews
Different types of photography explored for a well-rounded tour. We will show you how to take different types of photos such as HDR, macro, portrait, and landscape photos. We will also show you how to use Photoshop, Photoshop Plug-ins, HDR processing software and panorama stitching software. Additionally you will have have the opportunity to learn how to make a print on demand photo book using all your best images.
Each evening we will sit down and review all the photos taken during the day, constructively critiquing each one so that you take home the best shots possible.
Stay At Amazing Jungle Lodges
Travel by boat several hours up the Tambopata River to reach the remote Tambopata Research Center jungle lodge, leaving the final traces of human habitation behind.Within the 700,000 hectare uninhabited nucleus of the reserve, sightings of monkeys, macaws and other large species become more frequent. Jaguars are sometimes seen near the river bank!
As seen in National Geographic magazine, the Tambopata Research Center (TRC) is one of the most remote rainforest lodges in South America, offering adventurous travelers an outstanding chance to engage with the natural wonders of the Amazon.