2 hours including a quick workshop on manual shooting and hands on practical shooting of a live waterfall. 4 student capacity. Bring your camera and I'll supply tripods if needed. We'll be meeting at the car park at Guide Falls West Ridgely Tasmania, so bring waterproof shoes, umbrella and warm clothing, with an extra change just in case. It's also a little slippery in places so step lightly. Try to arrive 15 mins early for a quick chat to find out your expertise.
Tony And Misa
I'm offering for you to learn with a professional photographer how to get off automatic on your camera and shoot professional looking pics. After a short time with me your photography skills will improve greatly. I'll ask what your knowledge is to ascertain your level and find your goal with this new knowledge. I'll explain the different sections you need on manual to get great pics. By teaching simple tricks I know as a pro you'll be able to unlock the secrets I use and have developed with time from my own experience. I started photography 54 years ago with film cameras and have my first pic of a cat when I was six with a plastic kodak camera and didn't cut the head off then so I was on my way to being a pro. You'll amaze yourself when you can take manual pics like a pro.
The waterfall area at Guide Falls, West Ridgely, Tasmania. We'll meet at the car park and walk down a short path to the viewing area first and then to the lower level to get close up to the falls.
最多4人參加，年齡須滿18歲。家長可攜帶2歲以下兒童參加。 Make sure your shoes have good grip and are waterproof but it won't be necessary to get wet.
There's a service station in the town 5 minutes away for petrol and take away food and there is a bbq area available at the falls. There is also the Guide Falls farm for a visit with the children.
Waterfall photography Workshop