A special collaboration between INCA and Frozen Hiker Photography
July 5-15, 2018
This unique departure is a treat for photographers of all skill levels. You will have the company of two expert photography teachers, Don Tredinnick and Bruce Norman, plus two of INCA's premier Galapagos naturalists.
This 11-day photo safari, unlike other Galapagos photography trips, is a hands-on teaching week. Don and Bruce will train on both capturing images (framing and composition, lighting, subject matter) and on processing images in Adobe Lightroom/advanced photo editing software. You will come home with not only great photos, but new skills for your future post-shoot production.
Two naturalists and two trip leaders ensure that the group can be focused on more than one subject at a time during a shore visit. You can be patient for a perfect Sally Lightfoot crab composition, a pair of Waved Albatross to start their mating dance, or a cloud to create the perfect light and shadow.
The photo safari will begin with an overnight July 5 in Quito or Guayaquil (depending on your international flights). You will have a day and a half on Santa Cruz for giant tortoises, lava tubes, the Charles Darwin Research Station and the town of Puerto Ayora. Then you will board luxury yacht Integrity for a week of Galapagos wildlife, land- and seascapes, and Lightroom/photo editor training. You'll return to Guayaquil or Quito July 14 to catch your flight home or stay on for more great photography.
For more information, please visit the Galapagos Photo Safari page on Frozen Hiker Photography.