Wildlife Photography Course – bears, wolfs, wolverines and eagles – summer 2017
This is wildlife photography at its very best. Last year my group were able to photograph wild wolfs, bears, wolverines and golden eagles! We will go to the breathtaking taiga forests of the Kuhmo region in Finland, an unpopulated area between Finland and Russia. This is pure wilderness, an enchanting landscape where the stage is set with warm Nordic midsummer hues and soft veils of mist. In the evenings, we will settle in the hides where brown bears visit almost every night, wandering out from the forest, grazing and socializing in the open meadows. There are very good chances of seeing wolves, wolverine, golden eagles and sea eagles as well.
You will be part of a small group with a common passion, guided by professional wilderness photographer Peter Rosén. With over 20 years of experience, he will help you in every stage of capturing breathtaking wildlife images, from tips in composition, animal photography, choice of lenses and settings, to image processing in Photoshop/lightroom. This is the same area where award-winning wildlife photographer Lassi Rautianen capture so many of his magnificent images of bears, wolves, owls and eagles. Lassi established the camp where we will be staying, which he started to be able to share his experiences with equally passionate photographers. Welcome!
If you have an interest, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at +46 70 333 8883 and will add you to one of our groups in 2017.