"For whatever we lose (like a you or a me), It's always our self we find in the sea" e. e. cummings
Held over two days, the Seascapes and Waterfalls workshop is designed to give you practical knowledge on shooting captivating images of these wonderful locations.
Learn to balance light and movement to create mood and atmosphere in your photography.Day 1
The workshop begins in Lorne, VIC at 9am for a 2 hour classroom session on composition, settings, equipment and filters.
We break for lunch and then head off for some trekking through to two waterfalls in Lorne.
It's back to town for an early dinner and then down to the beach to setup for a seascape sunset.Day 2
For those ready for an early rise, it's back to the beach for a sunrise before making our way back to town for breakfast.
We'll pick up some lunch and head to another waterfall before finishing with a picnic lunch and a debrief session.
A full itinerary will be provided once your booking is confirmed.
All participants will receive notes and "recipes" for capturing seascapes and waterfalls.Transport
Transport to and from Lorne and accommodation are not included.
Transport is provided to all locations around Lorne during the workshop.Accommodation
There are four places available which include Accomodation. This is a shared house with your own room.
Four places are available for those wanting to book their own accomodation offered at a cheaper price.
Bookings can be made using the link on this page. Once completed and payment is made, your place is secured.Please ensure you have read our Terms and Conditions prior to booking this workshop
- A DSLR or Mirrorless camera capable of being set to Manual
- Clothing suitable for inclement weather (raincoat etc …)
- Sturdy footwear. Hiking boots or shoes should be considered for this workshop
This workshop is suitable for all levels of experience from beginner to advanced.Level of Fitness
This workshop involves a fair degree of hiking including some steep stairs.
A medium level of fitness is required for this workshop including the ability to move with your camera equipment.Recommended
Filters: ND, Graduated ND and polariser would be useful but not essential. You'll be taught techniques on how to shoot with and without filters.