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More FREE Wildlife Photography Webinars & Tutorials!
March 22, 2020

More FREE African Wildlife Webinars & Photo Tutorials

March 2020, Issue #023

1. For those of you who missed last Thursday's webinar, Lightroom Processing Tips for your African Wildlife Photographs, here’s the webinar Recording: Andy Biggs Webinar 1 Recording

2. On Monday March 23, 2020 @ 11:00 AM US Central Time (18H00 SA time) Andy Biggs is giving another free webinar called Lightroom Processing Tips for B&W African Wildlife Photographs.

Register in advance for this webinar here: Andy Biggs Webinar 2 Registration

3. Also on Monday March 23rd from 11am-12:30pm PST (20h00-21h30 SA time), Tin Man Lee is having a LIVE training titled "How I take super-sharp award-winning bird and wildlife action photos consistently".

The training will happen on his private Facebook Group called "Award-Winning Wildlife Photographers". You can join it for free by clicking Tin Man Lee FB Group

Once you are approved, you can go to the Event session in the FB Group, and mark yourself as attending the event: Tin Man Lee Event Session

4. Jared Polin is giving away one of his photography training courses FroKnowsPhoto Guide to Getting Out Of Auto. It’s worth $67.00 but you can download it (6 gigs!) for free or pay what you want to pay. Download it here: Jared Polin Free Photo Course

5. Serge Ramelli is a post-processing expert and he’s giving away his Lightroom & Photoshop Toolbox worth $49.00, for free. Download it here: Serge Ramelli LR & PS Toolbox


All four eBooks in The Photographer's Guide series (Kruger, Pilanesberg, Kgalagadi and Etosha) are 1/3 off until the end of the month.

Click on the image above - you'll be taken to our homepage - Kruger2Kalahari - click on the book cover you want and then use the discount code K2K when making your purchase.


If you're on Instagram please check out our K2K Instagram page

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Many visitors to Big-5 African game reserves take great animal or landscape pictures but then never look at them or share them – the pictures remain on a computer or DVD for years – WHAT A WASTE!!

Please take a few minutes to share them either on the park-specific pages or on the general Share Your Stories page.

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