Mt Field & South West
NEW TOUR – Group tour dates TBA. Currently available as a 3 day private workshop.
Day 1: Mt Field Waterfalls Highlights: Easy day with a short drive from Hobart to Mt Field. We will spend the day photographing the waterfalls and seasonal highlights at Mt Field.
Day 2: Tall trees Highlights: Tassie’s giant trees in the Styx & Florentine Valleys. Afternoon and dusk shoot over dramatic mountain scenery in the south west.
Day 3: South West Tasmania Highlights: Rugged mountain scenery and continued exploration of the tall trees and rainforest.
* We will undertake a night shoot one night should conditions allow.
Currently running as a private tour only (for 1 or 2 pax). Full details on the 3 day private workshops page.
Includes two nights accommodation in a private cabin at the Giants Table, Maydena, transport (starting & finishing Hobart), National Parks entry, all meals from lunch Day 1 to lunch Day 3. Camera notes and post processing notes are also provided. Participants will need to make their own way to/from Hobart.
We can arrange accommodation in Hobart prior to and after this workshop if requested (this cost is not included in above fee).
- Camera, tripod and accessories. Don’t forget chargers and spare batteries/memory cards!
- Wet weather gear (for yourself and for your camera). Warm clothing and head-torch for the sunrise/sunset shoots. Sun protection.
- Comfortable hiking shoes (not sneakers).
- Water bottle/snacks for our sessions in the field.
- A full list of suggested items and a detailed itinerary will be forwarded to you during the booking process.
We will only undertake easy hiking, the main aim of the workshop being tuition and shooting time. It is important to note of course that the nature of the workshop involves uneven paths so please take care at all times when out in the field.
** Please take all care and responsibility for your own equipment while outdoors **
South west Tasmania could experience any weather at any time of year. Autumn can bring stunningly clear and still days, as well as wild and wet conditions so keeping a close eye on the Maydena weather forecast in the leadup to the trip will be important. Warm clothing and good waterproofing (including rainpants) will be essential. An umbrella can be a useful piece of equipment too, especially if you enjoy macro photography. A detailed list of suggested items to bring will be forwarded prior to departure.
For further information or to make a booking please contact me.
To go ahead and book a place click here (register using “Google Forms”, no payment required at this stage)