DSLR Camera Trap Workshop

April 13, 2018 – April 22, 2018 all-day
Cocobolo Nature Reserve
African Leopard (Panthera pardus) male crossing log bridge over river in tropical rainforest, Lope National Park, Gabon – Photo taken by camera trap.

Do you want to take images of rarely photographed species? Do you like those wide-angle, “animal in its habitat” shots that are impossible to get with telephoto lenses? This ten-day workshop will provide hands on experience in using dSLR camera traps to obtain these unique photographs. Your instructors on this adventure include Sebastian Kennerknecht and Morgan Heim, conservation photographers who have worked for the likes of Panthera, World Wildlife Fund, and BBC Wildlife. Both have used dSLR camera traps for over fifteen years, all over the world, to create prize-winning images of rare species like pumas, fishing cats, and snow leopards.

Go to workshop web page.

How to register

  • Download, complete and sign the CREA-Application-Form and send it back to us by email
  • Pay a non-refundable deposit of $225 to secure your place (places limited)
  • Pay remaining $2135 before deadline


Deposit235.00 USDPay before Feb 13th 2018
Remainder2135.00 USDPay before Mar 13th 2018
Full2370.00 USDPay before Feb 13th 2018
Your eTicket will be emailed after payment to your PayPal email address.