• South Africa
    • Mossel Bay

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Price Details
The cost of this internship is 2650 USD per month. This cost covers all tuition and training, travel and entry to photographic platforms, accommodation and food.
Jan 19, 2021
Jan 15, 2019
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About Program

The wildlife and travel photography training internship is aimed at developing skills in DSLR photography whilst allowing participants the opportunity to explore and experience some of the most stunning wild photography platforms in Southern Africa.

During the month, interns will travel to an incredible variety of reserves, sanctuaries and trails to film the wildlife, environments & people. Interns will be accompanied by a top photographer who will give hands on tuition in photography techniques to enable you to capture professional grade photographs of different subjects. Some of the platforms include: Monkeyland, Bird of Eden, White shark Africa, Plett game reserve, Cango wildlife park, Jukani Predator Park, Nyaru Game Reserve, and many more.

At the end of the program, students and interns will present their portfolios to the campus of Africa Media interns and leave with awesome memories and a professional grade photography portfolio of Africa

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Yes, I recommend this program

Pack your bag now - this is everything your looking for!

I would definitely recommend this program to everyone! You will learn so much and have the travel of your lifetime. From horseback riding with rhinos to sleeping in the bush with lions in Schotia, or the luxury camping in the beautiful Mount Camdeboo. If you want to really experience Africa - this is for you!

The ackommodations are very modern and food allergies are taken into account. Everything is served to you regarding food, except on road trips where you stop along side the road.

The program require you to bring a camera and a tripod, but all lenses can be rented for the entire trip. It's a bit expensive, but the lenses are the best and really necessary for your development as a photographer. The teachers are young and very talented. They always show you the best approach and gives helpful tips on how to work the angel.

What would you improve about this program?
You need to take notes and no material is given to you. So a PDF with the lectures via e-mail would have been nice.
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