Wildlife Photography Workshop


Lake Gwelup

Saturday February 11th

$180pp - Maximum of 6 participants. SOLD OUT - Contact us to go on the waitlist or find out about our next workshop first.


Join myself and wildlife photographer Aaron Brown for a 3 hour photography workshop at Lake Gwelup in Perth. We are taking a maximum of 6 participants on this workshop where we will be covering all of the basics and more.

What will I learn?

- Setting up your camera for wildlife photography: Learn which camera gear is necessary to capture your desired images.

- Photography fundamentals: How to shoot using different camera and shutter modes, understanding aperture, ISO, shutter speed, white balance, and how these settings will effect your images

- Composition techniques: Create captivating images that stand out from the rest in a positive way.

- Planning: Learn to plan your photography for the best results. This includes using natural light effectively and understanding where wildlife is likely to be.


Strictly limited to 7 participants!




Itinerary

Subject to change due to unpredictable weather conditions.

Arrive at the meeting point (TBA after booking) 4:00pm - workshop ends at 7:00pm

Requirements/What to bring:

For this workshop, you'll need to have your own transport to and from Lake Gwelup

Please also bring any food/water, or medications that you may need. We also recommend long sleeved clothing, sunscreen, a hat, and insect repellent.

A reasonable fitness is required as we'll be doing some walking to get to our photography destinations from the carpark, so please come prepared and bring appropriate footwear. We expect this to be a fairly slow-paced workshop but you will need to be able to get up and down from the ground unassisted and walk a reasonable distance.

Photography Equipment

Photography equipment is NOT supplied. At a minimum, you need your own camera,  a lens with a minimum focal length equivalent to 300mm (the longer the better), memory card(s) (with plenty of space), and batteries (fully charged). Tripods are not essential.

No lens filters are required. PLEASE NOTE - due to the nature of this workshop, there is no guarantee of wildlife encounters.

BOOKING

The workshop price is $180 and there are is a maximum of 6 participants.


We will proceed regardless of weather conditions, with the exception of consistent - heavy rain, or a severe & dangerous weather forecast.


Please ensure you can attend the workshop prior to booking, as we can not offer a refund if you change your mind. We do need at least 3 participants booked prior to the workshop - in the even that the minimum requirement is not met, you will be offered to pay an additional fee to proceed, or a full refund will be provided.


RESERVE YOUR PLACE.

Images by Aaron Brown