Learn to take stunning pictures of majestic big cats
Takes place at Woburn and Knowsley Safari Park
Learn about animal photography and get great shots to keep forever
Pick up priceless tips on DSLR photography including focus point and exposure
Ever fancied photographing lounging lions, tigers and getting close ups of cheetahs? This is the perfect experience for anyone who loves big cats and wants to make the most of their camera. The class takes place at Woburn Safari Park, Bedfordshire and Knowsley Safari Park, Merseyside - both of which house a whole host of ferocious felines including lions, tigers and more. The group will enjoy special VIP access to the animals to ensure we get the best chance for pictures through the session. With the help of the keepers, off road Land Rovers and special access, we will be able to deliver opportunities simply not accessible to normal park visitors. There is a break for refreshments, plus a summary at the end to review what has been learnt.
All year round. Weekends and half term dates only available from November to March. Please note the parks are shut weekdays from November to March so guests cannot stay in the park after the event.
Minimum age is 14, any under 16's must be accompanied by a participating adult. Both venues are made up of accessible pathways and are well served for wheelchair bound visitors (please advise needs at the point of booking).
The course may be cancelled or curtailed in extreme weather conditions (e.g. snow, ice or severe rain). Please call the venue if in any doubt.
Lasts for up to four hours. Feel free to spend the rest of the day exploring the many attractions of your chosen wildlife park.
Numbers on the Day
Share the experience with up to seven other keen photography enthusiasts.
Much of the experience takes place outdoors, so please dress appropriately and wear suitable footwear. In case of rain, please bring a waterproof coat as well as waterproof trousers for kneeling on wet ground.
Please note, participants MUST bring (and be able to comfortably carry) their own cameras and equipment.