The wait is almost over for this year’s not-to-be-missed Wild Shots Wildlife Photography Symposium on 1 December in Cape Town. Wild is giving away two double tickets to this full-day session with some of the world’s most celebrated wildlife and nature photographers.

The Wild Shots Wildlife Photography Symposium, held in Cape Town on 1 December 2018, showcases wildlife and nature photography like you’ve never experienced before. Award-winning photographers from around the world come together for one day only to share their secrets and tales from behind the lens. Wild Shots is more than just a captivating photography celebration – come and explore what lengths photographers go to in their efforts to promote our planet’s natural heritage.

Picture by Marcus Jooste

This year’s speakers include the author of Planet Okavango, Hannes Lochner, wildlife photo duo Peter and Beverly Pickford, macro photographer Marcus Jooste and fine art photographer Jonathon Chritchley – to mention but a few. Brent Stirton, Wild Shots keynote speaker for 2018, is a respected artist for a reason. With three consecutive Wildlife Photojournalist of the Year wins and numerous other notable awards, he is also one of only 12 Canon ambassadors.

Picture by Brent Stirton

Themes up for discussion? Earth’s last remaining wilderness, how to develop your own photographic style, tricks from a photo guide and much more. Register online now!

Win tickets

Wild is giving away two sets of double tickets. To stand a chance to win, email the answer to the question below to [email protected] (subject line: Wild Shots 2018) before 8 November 2018. Remember to include your full names and contact details. Wild will randomly select the winners. Winners will be notified telephonically.

Question: Who is this year’s keynote speaker?

Winners: Hanlie Spalding, Gert Klungers

Wild Shots 2018 essential info

When: 1 December 2018
Where: Nedbank Auditorium, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town
Time: 08:30-18:30
Tickets: R950 per person. The full delegate package includes access to the full programme of events, presentations and panel discussions, book signings, book exhibition area, lunch and refreshments, and a delegate pack.

Good to know

You snooze, you lose… There is only space for 280 delegates.

Main picture by Hannes Lochner