Image by Paul Goldstein.

Image by Paul Goldstein.

Cameracal’s calibration service, camera sensor cleans and Lightroom training contributed to the safari star prize.

After Exodus veteran Paul Goldstein sampled the exceptional Lightroom training skills offered by CameraCal’s founder Anthony Sinfield , Paul asked Cameracal to attend the Still Endangered 16 event. Of course we jumped at the chance. Having had many endorsements from professional photographers for the exceptional technical knowledge, unsurpassable training, superb DSLR camera and lens calibration skills and possibly the most comprehensive DSLR camera sensor clean available in the UK, we at Cameracal want to reach out to a wider audience.

Following the success of last years ‘Endangered’ lecture Paul will be presenting images of bears, tigers, rhino and much more. But don’t expect a placid slide show. These images, whilst dazzling, are a sobering reminder that despite huge efforts by many dedicated charities and committed individuals around the world, there is still a colossal amount yet to be achieved before these staggeringly awesome creatures have a secure future. It is a wonderful event with camera specialists and wildlife experts there to answer any questions.

We are donating the following services to be auctioned on the night, all proceeds going directly to this critically important cause.

These services are to be added to Paul’s own generous donation of a safari holiday ensuring this is the star event of the evening and something that everyone will want to bid for.

  • A full DSLR camera and lens calibration of the winning bidder’s photographic equipment to ensure the best possible results whilst on safari (conducted before departure). The calibrated cameras and lenses will then be tested at a local RSPB centre.
  • Cameracal’s extensive and thorough sensor cleaning procedure on all the winner’s bodies to ensure dust contamination does not spoil any images taken whilst on safari and not least to save potentially hours of post production time!
  • The winner will have their camera bodies configured for wildlife photography to ensure the photographer captures the best possible results whilst on safari.
  • Another full camera sensor clean of the winning bidder’s photographic equipment upon return.
  • 1-2-1 tuition on the use of Lightroom tailored to the winners knowledge, including workflow and manipulation of images taken on safari.

The value of these services are in excess of £600 and are a perfect compliment to the safari holiday offered by Paul and as such are packaged as one accordingly.

So if you can possibly make it tomorrow at The Royal Institution of Great Britain to support this brilliant event and maybe even win a safari then we will see you there!

Doors open at 6.20 pm, event starts at 7.20pm.

Follow the link below for further details.

Still Endangered 16