Mostrando postagens de Fevereiro, 2016

Dates confirmed!

I am very glad to say  that dates for our next workshop outside Brazil has been confirmed and soon our WLP will be crossing the Atlantic to meet the youngsters at the Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique, Africa. I can't wait to land in Beira and meet all of the them at the park. I am sure we gonna have a lot of fun and good time together.

Pure Power...

What else can I say about this magnificent animal which shows pure power, a top predator.

Lunch is served..!

Look at this great creature doing his job properly in South Africa, nothing else to say part of lunch is served.

Upside down!

A beautiful black mane male looking at me while setting up my equipment outside the jeep. 

Wildlife Project | Gorongosa

I am very proud to announce that our wildlife project will be crossing the Atlantic in August this year. This is a result of a partnership with Parque Nacional da Gorongosa in Mozambique to handle the first workshop for the local community, youngsters interested in photography will have the chance to learn, experience and practice wildlife photography. The first project will be divided in two groups of 12 children each. I shall thank the park organization for this unique opportunity, in what what hope to be a very special and fruitful initiative.

Wildlife Photography Workshop

Join accomplished photographer Luiz Carlos dos Santos Jr in an unparalleled wildlife photography workshop that will appeal to amateur photographers of all levels as you explore the wider side of photography at Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. This private workshop offers many unique and exciting features: An informative and engaging presentation that covers wildlife photography tips, recommended gear and an illustrative slideshow of photos taken at Kgalafadi Transforntier Park to prepare you to maximize your camera’s potential while shooting at the park. An exclusive opportunity to photograph the animals in first light. A dedicated all-terrain vehicle 4x4 to provide transportation throughout the park Unobstructed view to photograph the famous black mane lions as well as all other species inside the Kgalagadi as cape fox, gemsbok, cheetah, springbok, blue wildebeest, hartebeest, birds, owls, black backed jackal and others.   Class size limit to 4 participants, so you w