"We don't see things as they are. We see them as we are." Anais Nin
A workshop designed specifically to teach you how to use photographic filters.
Learn the difference between a CPL, ND and Grad. Discover when to use them, what affects they have, and how to integrate them into your shooting. Acquire the knowledge to create daytime long exposures, and photographs that balance the exposure between the sky and foreground. Bring your own filters or use ours!
The workshop is conducted over a single day, starting at 11:30am from Essendon Train Station. Transport from the station to all locations and return is provided.
We then head down towards Barwon Heads and explore locations between there and Aireys Inlet.
Aireys Inlet beach is our last shoot of the day and will put the knowledge you’ve learned into practice while shooting golden hour and the sunset.
Finally, we finish off the evening by shooting some steel wool photography during the last light of blue hour.
We will have a quick dinner around Aireys inlet (cost of dinner not included) then return to Essendon Station around 10pmTransport
Transport is return from Essendon Train Station to all locations.Max Participants
The workshop takes a maximum of 4 people
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
- A wide angle lens (24mm or wider) preferred
- 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 some walking on and off beaches.
A modest level of fitness is required for this workshop including the ability to move with your camera equipment.