Atelier Honey Guide
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Like the revered bird in Africa, this is where you are guided through some incredible content all relating to safari travel in Africa, photographing all manner of subjects- from wildlife to landscapes, working with light, fine tuning your composition, anticipating wildlife behaviour and more. Its a place where you find the best parts about photographing in Africa- the veritable honeycomb: All curated by your honeyguide.
Introduction to Africa Travel
This is an overview of African safari travel and covers how we at C4 will look after you, in terms logistics, travel planning and sharing with you where the best places are to travel to in Africa, in specific seasons. Learn about the green versus the dry season so that you can plan your time to visit based on your preference.2020-09-15 Login / Regsiter
Wildlife composition 101
Composition is the most subjective aspect of phtoography. In this talk Shem looks at the basic components of composition and by how using these, you wil improve the compositional integrity of your images dramatically. A few straightforward guidelines will really help you strengthen your compositional thought process.2020-09-07 Login / Regsiter
Anticipating wildlife behaviour
This talk covers three specific points about how to get great photos by anticipating wildlife behaviour. Anticipation, curiosity and confidence are the three points of discussion using examples and stories from the field.2020-08-20 Login / Regsiter
Mara - Serengeti Eco system
This is one of the great spectacles of the natural world. In this talk we unpack what makes it so special, in what season to go where, what is the best time for crossings, calving and the general overview of the wildebeest migration. Lastly, I share some secret locations, where you can travel to and spend days without seeing any other people, whilst having amazing sightings all to yourself.2020-09-15 Login / Regsiter
The evolution of wide
This talk covers using a wide angle lenses to creatively capture wildlife in its environment. Shem discusses his own evolution from using predominantly a long lens to encompassing a wide lens with confidence, to develop his own artistic style.2020-08-28 Login / Regsiter