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Sebastian Kennerknecht is a wildlife and conservation photographer with over twelve years experience visually covering wildlife both locally and internationally, focusing in particular on endangered species and wild cats.
He has produced high quality photographs, time-lapses, videos, and web content featured in and by BBC Wildlife, GEO, Smithsonian, The Economist, Science, and Conservation International among others. Sebastian previously worked for world-renowned wildlife photographer Frans Lanting, assisting him on two international assignments and six photography workshops.
Sebastian has personally organized and led over fifty wildlife photography workshops both locally and internationally. He graduated with a BS in Ecology and Evolution from the University of California, Santa Cruz, now using his degree when photographing wildlife.
He has traveled to over twenty countries for photography assignments and workshops, thus he understands and appreciates the logistical, creative, and cultural aspects of such trips.
Off Beat Photography Tours
Mick Stetson is an awarding winning, internationally acclaimed photojournalist and professional educator who has been living in and photographing Asian culture for twenty years. Mick operates Off Beat Photography Workshops & Tours which are intimate, handcrafted photographic tours/workshops that will take you into the heart of a culture’s diverse landscape and customs. The photography tours are authentic journeys where you, the photographer, will explore and intimately experience ethnographic traditions that have survived for thousands of years. In addition to having a unique cultural experience, photographers will learn photography techniques (both basic and advanced — tailored to individual needs) that will develop your photographic abilities and your personal vision.
Michael & Lauri DeYoung/Active Photo Tours
A former longtime Alaskan, Michael DeYoung has photographed extensively for the Alaska tourism industry and spent months on adventures, including long distance river and backpacking trips throughout Alaska, the Yukon, and the Southwest.
Michael, along with his wife and assistant, have been to Zion National Park every year since 2001 at various times of the year. They know the light and land intimately. They've explored locations at the suggestion of locals and can take you to some of these lesser known but very photogenic places.
Exposures In Paradise
Exposures in paradise are three, four, or five (recommended) day tours of Fraser Island, Queensland, Australia.
The island is the world’s largest sand island, 123km (76mi) long, 22km (14 mi) wide and is only negotiable by four wheel drive vehicles. Beautiful surf beaches, large sand blows, magnificent perched lakes and spectacular rain forests make it a photographer’s paradise.
The private tours are conducted in a luxury 4wd and are restricted to a maximum of four passengers. There are no set dates as tours are organized to suit the participants. Experienced photographers are taken to the right place at the correct time of day; beginners are given tuition on how to get the best shot from their camera not matter if it is a point and shoot or DSLR camera.