Wildlife Photography Workshop
Follow a Wildlife photographer in Hoi An and Danang areas, offering great opportunities to observe and photograph a wide diversity of wildlife. From iconic and endemic species to the most common ones, in the heart of incredible nature.
With a background in the environment and many years of studying wildlife, Jean is all in love for nature. This is where his passion for wildlife photography comes from. Follow him as he brings you to visit his favourite locations for birds, monkeys, reptiles and insects photography. Discovering unique species typical from South East Asia and sometimes endemic to Vietnam and learn more about how to find, approach animals and take great photos.
- Welcome Drink
- Transportation to the location and back
- Your wildlife photography equipment
At a glance
Depending on the season and your choice of workshop, we’ll be driving with private car to the countryside around Hoian to explore the rice paddies and river banks where different species, especially birds, can be observed in the early morning.
The longer option will bring us to the jungle to meet some even more unique species like monkeys but also a large diversity of birds and insects.
The workshop will focus on bringing you a better knowledge and understanding of the ecosystems and species to know how to approach them (with a strong part of ethics, especially with threatened species) and get great photos with less impact on the animals.
The technical aspects will be reviewed during break times to understand how to get the most of your gear but also how to deal with the constraints on the field in a tropical country.
Different practices of wildlife photography will be explored from long distance photos to close up or even macro shots.
The workshop can focus only on some species or type of wildlife photography if you prefer. Contact us to know more and let us know about your expectations.
We can host a maximum of 2 persons on this tour.
Honestly, it will be quite challenging to photograph wildlife with anything below 200mm. The ideal focal length for this workshop would be 200 to 400mm lenses. A bridge camera, with a superzoom, can also work.