Freycinet Photography Workshop
NEW WORKSHOP! June 5 ~ 7, 2018
Day 1: Depart Hobart for Coles Bay Highlights: “Camera Talk” introductory session upon arrival, followed by an afternoon shoot and sunset session in Coles Bay.
Day 2: Cruise to Wineglass Bay Highlights: Half day cruise for wildlife and stunning coast scenery. Sunrise and sunset sessions around Freycinet.
Day 3: Freycinet sights continue Highlights: Sunrise. Walk to the Wineglass Bay lookout and admire stunning coastal scenery including the Cape Tourville Lighthouse and Honeymoon Bay. Return to Hobart around 18:00.
* The night sky session will be scheduled based on weather conditions during the trip. If the weather is not suitable we will do a post processing session indoors.
$1495.00 per person (SINGLE/PRIVATE ROOM) or $2750 couples rate for two people in a twin share room. Tour will run for 3-6 participants.
Includes two nights accommodation in a private cabin at the luxurious FREYCINET LODGE, Wineglass Bay Cruise fee, all 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.
Sunset is approx 16:45 and sunrise is approx 7:30 in June. We will spend at least one-two hours in the field for each of these shoots meaning it will be dark prior to sunrise/after sunset.
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 rocky shorelines so please take care in the low light of dusk and dawn. The hike to Wineglass Bay is up to 45 minutes one way but the track is of a very high standard.
** Please take all care and responsibility for your own equipment while outdoors **
Tasmania’s east coast generally enjoys fairly mild weather, however it would be well worthwhile packing an extra layer or two in particular for sunrise and sunset sessions. A good sunhat and sun protection is recommended too. Please check the Coles Bay weather forecast carefully before the tour departs to get an idea of expected conditions and pack accordingly. 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)