Traveling to remote parts of the world to capture dramatic wildlife images is not within the reach of many photographers. However, that does not mean getting high impact images of wildlife is also out of reach. Most photographers live within easy driving distance of a Zoo or animal park. By using solid photography techniques in the field and post processing it is possible to get dramatic wildlife shots. Below is my list of tips and examples of how to get the shot at the Zoo.Read More
The Sammon & Sammon Photo Safari Promise . . . to you:
You will have the most fun while making (and processing) the best images – while making new friends. Our next photo safari is in 2018. Plan ahead and join the fun!
Explore the light,
I'm just back from Iceland, where I was leading a photo workshop and working on some new images for my forthcoming (and 37th) book, Evolution of an Image.
I'm currently processing those images and will share them with you shortly, but for now, I'd like to share my favorite story from the trip – an inspirational story, no less.Read More
"He was more focused on how to manipulate images in Photoshop rather than teach how to take them in the original form without aggressive manipulation of what did not exist. It starts a bad, non-photographic trend at the club level - driving even more photo purists away."Read More