Hi, the club received an email today advertising wildlife photography on Youtube. I have just watched episode 1 which is 8-minutes long and very enjoyable. See the link at the bottom of the page to connect to youtube.
Hi Photocraft Club of Wallington
Greetings to my fellow photographers and Camera Clubs around the world. During these troubled times, we have to push boundaries and be creative. So I have been extraordinarily lucky to get into the African bush to take photographs with the overall aim of showing people the amazing Serengeti and to encourage people to come here as soon as they are able to try and help conservation and tourism get back on its feet. Also, as a professional wildlife photographer, to give my fellow photographers and enthusiasts some real life and (almost) live Top Tips on Wildlife Photography in situ and in brief! (Most importantly!) I am accompanied by two of Africa's leading wildlife guides; Richard Knocker and Jombi Kivuyo and inspirational filmmaker Eliza Powell and we are in the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. Today, well actually, you are watching today's film tomorrow, but for me writing, it's still today...or something like that.... Anyway; Richard and Jombi see some awesome river crossings on the Grumeti River in the western Serengeti. Me and Eliza film and photograph some spectacular scenes of crocs, zebras, and wildebeest. But who prevails....and what other fantabulous things have we seen on One Day at a Time. We are an interactive TV show, which means we would love to hear from you. So please send me your questions about wildlife photography, wildlife or just what its like being on a safari, or a photo safari, anything really and we will try and get to them in our "After Episode" section every day. Drop me an email by replying to this one or ask a question in the comments section on Youtube and amazingly we have supreme internet so I can have a look. Also, don't forget, please forward this to friends, relatives, work colleagues, schools, clubs, anyone who might enjoy the latest in Wildlife TV Entertainment and Information!
Please ask them to SUBSCRIBE to our Youtube Channel, so we can let you and them know as soon as we post each short and action-packed episode starting tomorrow. If you didn't catch the first series, you can see us in action on this channel. (Go on, it's fun and of course very informative! Just click the link at the bottom of this email.) Also, please forgive me if this won't be of interest to your members, but as a fellow photographer and with photo tips and hints every day, I thought it may well be? But I promise I won't be offended in the least if you unsubscribe. I will ping you an email each day for the next 8 days with each new episode. Bye for now Paul Joynson-Hicks MBE Award-winning wildlife photographer. PS If you would like some of the images please don't hesitate and I will ping them to you for social media or anything else!