Winter Multiday Workshop

Length: 2.5 Day Landscape Photography Workshop
Inclusions: Accommodation, meals, coffee, snowshoe hire and transport to shoot locations

The high country is broad, rich and ever changing so join us for 3 nights to explore further and experience more.

Over 2 and a half days we will capture the beauty and varied landscape of the mountains in a variety of conditions, times and locations. 

 

:Mount Hotham

Workshop Dates: 21st Jul, 2019 to 24th Jul, 2019

Price: $1975


Workshop Details:

  • Duration: 2.5 Days 
  • Inclusions: 3 nights single room 4 star accommodation, meals, snowshoe hire, transport to shoot locations
2.5 Day Course:
The day will include camera theory and techniques, how to use your camera to get the best out of a particular situation or conditions. We will cover the camera controls, lens choice, composition and time of day and sun position. We will explore 5-6 locations to practice techniques and experience the beautiful mountain environment. After shooting, we will return to the Gallery in Dinner Plain to review our work and explore post production techniques. 
Experience Level: 
Open to all
Equipment:
Digital camera and tripod. We will be exploring manual settings and lens choices so a DSLR would be an advantage.  
Location:
Dinner Plain and Mount Hotham

Fitness Level:
Moderate. Being fit is essential to enjoying our mountain workshops. Not only is it typically 10 degrees cooler in the mountains, the air is also thinner. Hiking to the best locations on average may take 30 minutes and at times could take 1-2 hours. The workshop will involve walking on uneven ground, through rocky terrain, on snow, ice, mud and grass. 

Weather:
The weather is a significant aspect of photography in the mountains. It gives us some of the beauty but something we need to contend with as well. In winter the temperature can be well below zero and we will be active so dress appropriately with lots of layers as well as hats, gloves, hiking boots and waterproof outerlayers. 
Sunrise: 7.15am
Sunset: 5.15pm
What You Need to Bring:
Laptop (ideal to get the most out of post work)
Day pack / Camera bag
Sturdy walking shoes
Waterproof jacket, pants, thermals, layered tops, gloves, hat