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Photo Safari Workshop in Arusha

Safaris don’t always have to be about the animals, you can take a Photo Safari Workshop and learn how to tell a more coherent and interesting story.

When most people think of a photo safari workshop, they immediately think of all the animals they’re likely to see. Lions, Elephants, Giraffe, Zebra, and it’s easy to get carried away. For most people, taking a safari is a once in a life time adventure. So focusing on the animals is only natural.

But what happens when they come home and realise they focused TOO much on the animals and forgot to document everything else? They can end up with a million photos of a lion, and no real reason to show them to anyone.

A Photo Safari Workshop with CJE is different. We focus not only on all the incredible animals, but also teach you to look beyond the impulse to take a million photos of a lion. We teach you to look at your WHOLE situation. What else is happening around the lion. Who else is there with you. How you got there. If there are amazing landscapes you’re overlooking or gorgeous flowers on the ground. We teach you to tell a story with your images about WHY and HOW you came across that lion. To document the story of the whole day so that when you do go home and tell your friends and family about your Safari, you can illustrate all the stories you have from the trip. This not only helps to safeguard your memory, but it also makes for a great experience for your friends and family.

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Practical Information

If you are considering joining a photo safari workshop and would like to know more, please contact me on hello(@)cjeklund.com. You can also say hello directly through the Contact section of this site, located in the top right corner of the main menu.

Arusha National Park is located in northern Tanzania and you can find more information by clicking this link.

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Fine Art Portraits on film on the NSW Central Coast

Having a professional photographer cum close friend create Fine Art Portrait photos on film is a wonderful choice. S & B will be getting married this March in Australian wine country. They opted for a love shoot to record their love before their big day.

The last time I was in Australia I had the honour of creating some fine art portraits on film for an old friend. It’s not every day one of your longest running friends marries the love of his life. But soon. B will finally say I do with his bride S in a lovely ceremony in the New South Wales historic town of Wollombi.

From the moment I met S, I knew immediately that her and B were meant for each other. Their witty banter with each other is something most couples could only dream about. S is intelligent, has a killer sense of humour and is completely gorgeous. The best thing is that she compliments B as though she’s his other half.

We met during a lovely warm afternoon at their residence, which boats a gorgeous Australian bush backyard scenery. This was the perfect setting to capture fine art portraits on film with Fuji 400H pro. I’m really sad that I am half a world away and won’t be able to attend their wedding, but I know it will be amazing.

S & B, I wish you nothing but the best day, surrounded by all your family and close friends in one of the most beautiful settings in Australia.

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Practical Information

If you are considering an Engagement photography session or a Love Shoot and would like to know more, please contact me on hello(@)cjeklund.com or directly through the Contact section of this site, located in the top right corner of the main menu.

To see a Love Shoot/Couple’s session photographed with film, visit this link.

The New South Wales Central Coast is 1 hour north of Sydney and easily accessible by car and train. You can read more about the NSW Central Coast HERE.

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