Whether you just have a desire to film Africa’s fascinating wildlife, or you are aiming for a career in the competitive world of wildlife film making, then this training program is for you. Our wildlife film making course is specifically designed to offer a practical introduction into the world of wildlife film making, and the work of camera operators, directors, producers, script-writers and the diverse positions required to produce and broadcast a successful wildlife documentary.
This popular course aims to provide aspiring photographers with the opportunity to ‘ break into and make it’ the competitive world of wildlife and travel photography. Over the course of a month, students will accompany Africa Media photographers on expeditions throughout the Garden Route in the Southern Cape of South Africa at the same time building their own professional photographic portfolio.
In the Underwater Videography training program, you will acquire the knowledge and practical skills required to master the art of underwater videography while exploring the incredible diversity of the stunning coral reefs of the warm Indian Ocean. The Underwater videography program uses dSLR cameras in Sea&Sea housings; Panasonic video cameras and GoPros together with exceptional LED lighting and accessories.
Single room accommodation available for students staying in Mossel Bay if your prefer additional privacy. Single rooms offer queen beds, full ensuites, and all the convenience of private guesthouse accommodation.
Acquire the knowledge and practical skills required to master the art of Underwater Photography and videography while exploring the incredible diversity of the stunning coral reefs of the warm Indian Ocean. The Underwater Photography internship program uses dSLR cameras in Sea&Sea housings; DSLR and panasonic video and GoPros together with exceptional LED lighting and accessories.
Join as a team member at the Blue Wilderness – Shark Research Unit. You will be the driving force in our education and conservation programs, as well as ensuring the ongoing success of our dedicated shark and ecosystem level research programs. In addition to shark diving and snorkeling with up to five species of sharks, participants will be working and exploring the Aliwal Shoal Marine Protected Area, one of South Africa’s most pristine and important marine biodiversity hotspots.
The team of Sharkslive consist of some of the worlds top shark scientists, wranglers, film-makers and conservationists. Join the Sharkslive team as a intern on the production crew to immerse yourselves in bringing the Sharkslive daily production to life. Broadcasting to 1000’s of online shark fans throughout the world.