Chimu Adventures has announced brand new 2021/2022 Antarctica expedition dates aboard their own ship, the Ocean Endeavour, which is due to set sail for the first time this November.

The departures will feature a unique photography programme taught by world-acclaimed photographers.

Taking photographs of Antarctica’s unique landscape and wildlife is a top priority for many Antarctic travellers so the introduction of a dedicated photography programme is a welcome addition to Chimu’s Antarctica voyages.

Guests will learn how to capture wildlife and landscape photography in a small group programme.

Antarctica – Credit Chimu Adventures

It is composed of photography lectures from photography experts where they will learn about composition, camera settings, exposure/lighting, wildlife photography tips and landscape imaging; photography editing workshops which will show guests how to use editing software to enhance their images.

There will also be photography-focused Zodiac excursions in forward-facing Zodiacs (guided by a photography expert) which offer increased stability and unobstructed views of the ethereal scenery and creatures.

The international team of photographers leading this programme hail from a wealth of experience with their work having been featured in the likes of National Geographic, the Huffington Post, The NY Times and BBC TV to name but a few.


Antarctica – Credit Chimu Adventures

One thing all of these experts share is a huge passion for wildlife, conservation and of course Antarctica.

The programme has been designed from the ground up to accelerate learning for photographers of all skill levels

Guests will need to bring their own equipment such as camera and devices to transfer and process images, plus a good camera bag and spare batteries are recommended.

No experience is necessary, and all levels are welcome. Spaces on the photography programme are limited so guests are strongly advised to pre-book.

Chimu operates the Ocean Endeavour in partnership with Intrepid.

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