Uganda – Women Only Great Apes & Wildlife Photo Safari 2021
PHOTOGRAPHIC TOPICS COVERED
Equipment setup – camera body, lenses, flashes, tripods etc
Discussing envisaged photographic subjects and how to photograph them
Learning to use light
Composition – classic rule of thirds, and when to break the rules
Story telling with your images – what are you wanting to portray and what message does your photograph deliver
Processing of images
11 Nov 2021 – 21 Nov 2021
ORYX Photo Tours is proud to present our Women Only Uganda Photo Safari, which takes us to some of Uganda’s most iconic and thrilling wildlife destinations.
ORYX’s new product, “Women on Safari”, has been conceptualized and designed to offer women who lust for exploring our wild destinations with camera in hand a selection of tours that brings the excitement into traveling to new areas to learn and master how to best utilize your camera and capture your photographic vision, all in an environment of support and comradery.
Whether solo or traveling with another, joining a tour filled with other independent, creative women is motivating and empowering as you share, learn and create experiences, memories and photographs together.
Our tour takes place in Churchill’s “Pearl of Africa” – Uganda, beginning with a search for the iconic Shoebill, a denizen of large central African swamps, and one of the world’s most sought-after birds. In the afternoon, we fly to the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest to view and photograph the astounding Mountain Gorilla. Trekking for these primates is undoubtedly one of the world’s most thrilling wildlife experiences! We will have 2 treks to find and photograph these gentle giants, allowing us more opportunities to capture an array of stories.
The next leg of your journey will take you to Queen Elizabeth National Park. This vast reserve boasts impressive crater scenery, expansive grasslands, tropical forests and large herds of Elephant, Buffalo, Uganda Kob as well as the famed tree-climbing Lions of the region.
Our incredible tour ends at the primate haven that is Kibale Forest in search of our closest living relative, the Chimpanzee. Here we will amble along the gentle slopes in search of these highly intelligent creatures, before leaving the verdant Kibale Forest behind you as we journey back to Entebbe and depart home.
Why this Photo Safari is for You
per person sharing
Mountain Gorilla, Chimpanzee, multiple primates, Shoebill, Lions, Leopards, Elephant, Buffalo, Uganda Kob, and more