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  • Nature Photography Workshop with Theo Allofs Theo Allofs has been a full-time professional photographer for over 30 years. Since 1995 he has specialized in nature photography (wildlife and landscapes). During his career he has received many international awards including eleven prizes in the renowned BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition. His work has been published worldwide in books, calendars, newspapers and magazines including, National Geographic, New York Times, Newsweek, Time Magazine, GEO, Der Spiegel, Focus, Smithsonian, BBC Wildlife Magazine, Terre Sau- vage and Australia Geographic. Theo has written numerous articles on photography in Outdoor Photographer, FOTO/Sweden, Australian Foto, PhotoLife/Canada. Foto Magazin/ Germany praised him recently as being one of the world’s best nature photographers.

    As a founding member of the iLCP (International League of Conservation Photog- raphers) much of his work deals with endangered species and conservation issues.

    For more information please visit his website:

    During a full day workshop Theo will teach medium to advanced photographers all essential tools to improve their wildlife and landscape photography skills. His presentation supported by many sample images projected on a large screen will help understanding the power of light and composition - the basics of photogra- phy. But he will also share his secrets of how to achieve award-winning images and will help you to extend your artistic vision. Theo will explain the attributes of an excellent image, why “less is more” in a landscape photograph and how to open your mind to see opportunities when conditions are far from being photo-perfect. We can’t rely on nature to cooperate with our photography needs. We have to work with the conditions nature presents to us.

    Topics for Wildlife Photography - Conservation Issues - Responsibilities as a Nature Photographer - Equipment - Animal Portraits - Animals in Landscapes - Animals in Action - The different Qualities of Light - Wildlife Stories

  • Topics for Landscape Photography - Equipment - Light (natural and artificial) - The Importance of Elimination: “Less is More” - Composition - Landscapes from 15mm to 600mm - Landscapes at Night

    Macro Photography

    Aerial Photography

    Depending on the time spent on questions and answers the workshop will approximately last between 5 and 6 hours. We offer a lunch break between the wildlife and landscape part of the workshop.

    For more details about this workshop and for schedules please contact me at