Selected short films shot by The Wildlife Film School
More about our Digital Wildlife Photography and Film Making Courses
Courses conducted by The Wildlife Film School run at three levels. Two day courses usually run over a weekend employ direct field experience supported by practical demonstration and are designed specifically for those wishing to expand their understanding of digital wildlife photography or wildlife film making or those wishing to assess the industry for a potential career move. Our two day workshops cover topics like the use of software programmes Final Cut Pro and Photoshop during post production and are designed for those wishing to gain greater expertise to apply at the personal or professional level. Our five day masterclasses frequently involve tours to specific locations around the world and are put together with the more experienced wildlife photographer or film maker in mind. This allows course participants greater exposure to more challenging conditions where all aspects of wildlife photography or filming may be incorporated into the assignment with a view to producing publishable photographs or broadcast quality film or video.
Making a Career out of Digital Wildlife Photography and Wildlife Film Making
The digital wildlife photography and wildlife film making sector is competitive. Prices paid for photographic commissions or film assignments are continuously being driven down. Having said that the industry as a whole is continuously evolving and because it is changing and developing there is a constant requirement for innovative digital photographers, post production editors, script writers, researchers, camera operators, presenters, sound recordists and film editors. There are tried and tested ways of breaking into the industry and courses with The Wildlife Film School will tell you how.