WATERFALL PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP
Full day session, max 3ppl
My waterfalls photography workshop departs Melbourne and takes us out to Toorongo Falls (around 1.5 hours east of Melbourne) in a rainforest environment filled with ferns, gum trees, meandering streams and of course beautiful cascading waterfalls. It’s the perfect place to learn long exposure photography and the techniques to create flawless compositions whist getting out into the fresh mountain air, decluttering your mind and letting your creativity run wild.
On my waterfalls photography workshop there are Lee filter kits supplied for your use as well as step-by-step quick-guides for your take home. Long exposure in complex environments like rainforest waterfalls can be challenging but should always be fun first, so rather than diving into technical jargon my workshops use stories and relatable analogies to break down big challenges into bite-sized pieces. My approach is to help you to understand and remember the ‘why’ behind the concepts so that you are able to problem solve independently in the future.
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Transport & Timing
Pick up is from Southern Cross Station at 7:30am returning appox 4:30-5pm. Self drive is welcome or alternate pick-up points can be arranged prior to workshop, please contact me to discuss. BBQ lunch is provided on-site.
The Waterfalls photography workshop includes a whole day of personalised instruction in a small group of just 3 participants as well as plenty of post-course support via phone, email or my dedicated support group on Facebook. During your workshop you will have access to a range of ND, Graduated ND and Polarising filters used by the professionals to give you hands-on experience with the tools that help bring photography to life.
Transport in the Matt Krumins Photography Truck is included picking up from and dropping off at Southern Cross Station or a pre-arranged location along the Monash Fwy. Pickup is at 7:30am with drop-off between 4pm and 5pm. Self drive is available however our drive time acts as the perfect opportunity for some Q&A as well as explanation of key topics for the day.
A BBQ lunch is provided however if you have any dietary requirements or allergies I recommend bringing a pack lunch (ice box available).
Whilst this workshop does delve into more complex manual settings and filters, all of my workshops are designed to be small enough to cater to personal needs so you won’t be left behind, we may simply adapt the content to your personal needs.
Camera gear: As we will be experimenting with different filters and settings it’s important to have a camera that has access to manual settings as well as a threaded lens. All interchangeable cameras have threaded lenses and manual settings but if you are unsure, please contact me to ask on 0402812805. A tripod will also be required however if you do not have one I can arrange a loan tripod for the day free of charge.