What is the maximum number of participants?
Our fixed-departure trips are all for a max of 6 people. I prefer to work with small groups for photo trips as this maximizes our photo opportunities and allow me to give better personal attention to each guest.
Is there a minimum number of participants?
Yes, we work with 3 as a minimum for our fixed-departure tours. In not reaching that number we contact the participants to offer a small party supplement so we can still make the trip. Custom tours don’t have a minimum or maximum number of people.
Are the trips suitable for non-photographer companions as well?
Absolutely, we receive non-photographers companions all the time and, as long as they also enjoy nature, they always have a great time. That being said, it’s important to mention that as a photo tour we strive to make the best photos, and that means sometimes staying at the same place for hours, so non-photographers will have to be patient with this.
Are the trips suitable for children?
It depends, but for most cases I’d say no. If it’s an older chidren that has a strong interest on wildlife and nature photography than ok, but otherwise it’s really more difficult because we stay out long hours, often waiting in silence for a Jaguar to wake up or something like that. So it’s not a kind of trip I reccommend for children.
Is crime an issue in the areas we visit?
No, the areas we visit, as well the lodges, are all very safe.
What level of photography expertise is required or recommended?
Every photographer will enjoy our trips, from the absolute begginer to the very experienced. Even if you have a very small experience and need technical help I will be there to help you and assist in varied situations so you won’t miss the shot.
What other photography assistance do you provide?
Probably one of the most importat is to put you on the right place at the right time. Finding good light and good situations is 80% of wildlife photography, only the other 30% is technique and equipment. So, this is one of the main points. The others include technical assistance, insights into new or alternative techniques (like off camera flash), image critiques at the end of the day, image editing tips, etc.