Sharpen your photography skills and see Safari Park wildlife in a whole new light, during our Photography Workshops, available in early morning or afternoon/evening sessions.
Workshop participants will enjoy guidance and individual feedback sessions with professional photographers Jerry Roberts and Ted Walton, as they offer their expertise on how to capture the best images of the unique and special flora and fauna of the Safari Park. You can expect the instruction to be delivered hands-on, with humor and humility, while sharing their collective knowledge gained from many years in the world of corporate, photojournalism, and wildlife photography. Jerry and Ted have a plethora of insights to share with you, to help you make better pictures.
All aspects of the program are subject to change. Program includes:
- Photography workshop led by professional photographers and a Safari Park educator
- Light snacks.
Walking is part of the program. Accommodation requests should be made at the time of booking.
Long Lens Photography Workshop
3–7 p.m. Saturdays, September 8 and 22
Sharpen your photography skills with these amazing opportunities to see Safari Park wildlife in a whole new light in this two-session class. On Day 1, jump on an exclusive Photo Safari truck to take advantage of the beautiful light illuminating the large field habitats of the Safari Park as the day fades into evening. Day 2 will allow photographers to stroll the Park as a group and photograph plants and animals in the beautiful light of a fall evening, with special after-hours access to an area not normally available on foot.
Morning Stroll Photography Workshop
6:45–10:45 a.m. Saturdays, October 13 and 20; 6:45–10:45 a.m. Saturday, November 3 and 6:15–10:15 a.m. Saturday, November 10
Whether you are a beginner or an advanced photographer, you’ll gain valuable insights to take better photos through these professionally taught, two-session classes in the amazing surroundings of the Safari Park. In each session, you will stroll as a group to a different area of the Park and photograph plants and animals in spectacular early morning light. You’ll also gain special access to an area not normally available on foot.