Instructors: Seng Mah and Nathan Dobbie
Dates: 2 – 4 September 2022 (Friday to Sunday)
Cost: $780 (This price is for the workshop only. If you are visiting the region, you will need to arrange accommodation in Margaret River)
Location: Margaret River
Maximum participants: 10
The Margaret River Region of Western Australia is one of the most beloved and visited holiday spots. Yet it is also a truly photogenic location filled with a diverse range of gorgeous landscapes perfect for landscape photography. With rocky coves, hidden dams, lush forests and wonderful waterfalls, you can now join us for a weekend in WA’s wine region where you can combine a tasty tipple with perfect photographic opportunities!
This weekend, dedicated to the art of landscape photography, takes you to a series of professionally curated sites, selected for their natural beauty and photographic appeal. You’ll learn about working with a range of different natural and ambient light in landscape photography, as well as how you can envision and compose beautiful, arresting landscapes. Sure, we will teach you how to use your camera, lenses and filters, but more importantly, we make sure that you learn how to “work the scene” to get the best composition you can obtain from a location.
This weekend workshop is based in Margaret River and includes the following highlights:
Shooting and learning on location means that you will develop real world skills and understandings in recognising the way light shapes the landscape and how you can visualise, frame and compose your landscapes to achieve your vision.
Learn to master your camera and find out how to control focus and depth of field to ensure absolute sharpness and clarity in your landscapes. Learn how filters affect your exposures and how you can select the best filters to obtain the effect you’re after in your landscapes.
Note: We are limiting this workshop to 10 participants in order to give you maximum opportunity to shoot and have 1 on 1 time with your instructors.
Please dress for the weather and for overland walks (closed hiking shoes or boots with good grip). If you require assistance in hiking on trails or rocks (most of them are easy grade trails, there may be some moderate grade trails especially around cascades and coastlines), bring a set of walking poles to help you.
Please read the following to make sure you’re aware of other details pertaining to this retreat:
Your safety is our concern, but it is your own responsibility, so please read the following safety points that will give you a better picture of the types of terrain we will be exploring at this retreat:
Complete and submit the form below to reserve your place in this workshop. For information on our Covid-19 vaccination policy for workshop attendees, refunds and late cancellations, please refer to our Workshops Terms and Conditions.