Digiscoping workshops with SWAROVSKI OPTIK
Discover a new dimension of photography in one of our digiscoping workshops! Connect your digital camera to a spotting scope and become a nature photographer for capturing breathtaking observing moments forever. So far hardly any technique came that close to animals and their surroundings without disturbing them.
Since 2012 SWAROVSKI OPTIK regularly offers digiscoping workshops at the headquarters in Absam, Tyrol, Austria.
Workshops at the SWAROVSKI OPTIK headquarters in Absam, Austria
Daniel Mühlmann, head of training and visit management and enthusiastic digiscoper explains the world of digiscoping. Besides a lot of information, tips and tricks about digiscoping, camera settings and the equipment you’ll get the opportunity to see what’s behind the scenes at SWAROVSKI OPTIK. A company tour through the production plant is included in the workshop!
You can bring your own equipment but it is no requirement. All SWAROVSKI OPTIK products needed for digiscoping – including the modular spotting scopes ATX/STX – are available to use and test.
6. April 2017
The workshop is in German
SWAROVSKI OPTIK Headquarters
Daniel-Swarovski-Str. 70, 6067 Absam, Austria
€ 99,00 per person. Please book at least 2 weeks in advance.
Please contact email@example.com or 00800 32 42 50 56 for your registration or any questions. A minimum number of participants of 5 is needed, maximum is 15 participants. We’ll inform you after your registration.
Morning session: Digiscoping in theory
9h00 – 11h30 Digiscoping – how it works (high quality camera adapters and camera settings)
11h30 – 12h30 Guided production plant tour
Lunch in SWAROVSKI OPTIK cafeteria
Afternoon session: the perfect snapshot
1h30 pm Departure to castle park Schloss Ambras
Exp. 4h30 pm returning to SWAROVSKI OPTIK headquarters
We can recommend following accommodations if needed:
• Landgasthof Bogner: www.hotel-bogner.at
• Alpenhotel Speckbacher: www.speckbacherhof.at
• Haus Burger: www.hall-wattens.at/de/vermieter/haus-burger.html
Find here information about digiscoping.