Click here to watch the video from the 2013 event. Thanks to Makhulu Moving Images for this video!
Cape Town: Saturday 24th October 2015
Johannesburg: Saturday 21st November 2015 (TBC)
08.30hrs to 18.00hrs
Cape Town, address TBC
Wildlife photography is hugely popular in South Africa but up until now there has been no centralised event bringing together amateurs and professionals alike, to learn from and be inspired by the best in the business.
Wild Shots is the answer and features a packed showcase of high-profile speakers presenting their very latest photographic work, telling tales of experiences in the field, and debating hot industry topics. The stellar line-up of speakers includes Africa’s very best nature photographers and top industry practitioners inspiring the audience through seminars and workshops.
Wild Shots’ aim is to explore the power of nature photography and how it helps to promote a greater public appreciation of biodiversity and the conservation of nature in Africa.
The event is open to everyone with an interest in wildlife and nature photography, from amateurs to professionals alike. Spaces are limited so please don’t delay in registering if you wish to attend.
Wild Shots is organised by Harriet Nimmo, founder of Wild Photos in the UK and Sophie Vartan, former CEO of NHU Africa.
Photo by Albie Venter
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to register for the next Wild Shots event. You will be sent a registration form and an invoice.
Hurry - spaces are LIMITED (No payment is necessary at this stage but an invoice including VAT will be sent to you for your prompt attention. No spaces will be confirmed until full payment is received.
Photo by Greg du Toit
Full delegate fee: R1250 ex VAT
Concessions (e.g. students, pensioners (65yrs+), etc): R950 ex VAT. Limited seats available on a first come first served basis
There is space for 250 delegates in total at the symposium.
Please note that there are no refunds offered for no-shows or last minute cancellations within 5 days of the Symposium.
• Entry to the full program of events
• Presentations and panel discussions by award winning wildlife photographers
• Book signings and exhibition area
* Delegate pack
* Lunch and refreshments
* Wine reception
Photo by Isak Pretorius