Brisbane City Lights Photography Workshop

Wednesday 5th of June 2024

Where:

South Brisbane

Starting near GOMA and entrance to Kurilpa Bridge

Duration:

2.5 hours 

Next workshop:

Wednesday 5th of June 2024

Cost:

$145 (plus GST)

Brisbane City Lights 3

All images taken by and copyright of workshop participant, Leigh Wilson

Contact Michael Snedic directly
on +61 408 941 965

WildNature Photo Expedition’s “Brisbane City Lights” photography workshop is designed to show participants the best way to photograph beautiful Brisbane city at night.

The workshop commences at the southern end of the Kurilpa Bridge (near the GOMA building) where Michael will show you how to best photograph the city buildings across the river. As darkness descends, the Kurilpa Bridge will start to light up with a multitude of coloured lights. The amazing shape and architecture of this bridge, as well as the gorgeous lighting, makes this a wonderful subject for photography. There are so many different angles to photograph the Kurilpa Bridge and you will be shown how to take advantage of the various ways to compose your shots.

There is a great opportunity to photograph the William Jolly Bridge, with its wonderful ‘snake’ shape that is also lit up at night. We then set ourselves up so that we can photograph the Conrad Treasury building across the Brisbane River, lit up a brilliant purple colour, as well as other photogenic buildings around it.

Apart from learning how to take great shots of the city after sunset and be shown the best vantage points to take these shots, you will also be with like-minded photographers who are there to enjoy and share the experience.

Brisbane City Lights

Booking:

To book your place, please use the contact form and Michael will send you payment details.

Please note: This workshop is limited to 8 participants. This will ensure that you receive comprehensive personal tuition from Michael.

Brisbane City Lights 2

Photography Refresher and Beginner Course

'How To Get the Best Out Of Your Camera and Photography'

Where

Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens, Toowong, Brisbane

When

Tuesday 4th of July 2017

Time

10:00am -  12.30pm 

Cost

 $Only 110! (price includes GST)

Michael instructing Jim | Refresher Photography Course

Contact Michael Snedic directly
on +61 408 941 965

Past photography workshop attendees regularly mention to Michael that they learn lots of photography techniques on workshops, but then lose some of the skills learned due to not getting out with their camera(s) for long stretches at a time. Some people also struggle understanding the various camera settings and photographic techniques needed to take great photos.

For this reason, Michael has created this new, short ‘Refresher Photography Course', that allows participants to hone and fine-tune their photographic skills. Michael will go through each participant's camera menu, making sure it is set correctly. He will also explain, in easy-to-understand terms, how to get the best use out of their camera(s).

australasian grebe | Refresher Photography Course

Photographic Tips and Techniques

This course will cover:

  • Aperture/Depth-Of-Field
  • Recommended Shutter Speeds for different situations
  • Focal styles
  • Focal points
  • Metering
  • Composition
  • Lighting
  • Common Pitfalls to Avoid
  • And much more!

Michael instructing Sonya | Refresher Photography Course

Booking

To book your place, please use the contact form and Michael will send you payment details.

Please note: This workshop is limited to 10 participants. This will ensure that you receive comprehensive personal tuition from Michael.

Caitlin with Michael | Refresher Photography Course

Mammal and Bird Photography Workshop

AS FEATURED ON CHANNEL SEVEN'S 'GREAT SOUTH EAST' PROGRAM

Where:

Closeburn - N.W. Brisbane, near Samford

When:

Friday 29th of May 2020  (SORRY - BOOKED OUT!)

Times:

12.15pm to 2.45pm

Cost:

$245 (plus GST) per person, per workshop (Price includes photographic tuition from Michael, wildlife usage and a wildlife handler)

Barking Owl

Contact Michael Snedic directly
on +61 408 941 965

Itinerary:

Private property in Marshall Lane, Closeburn, (north west Brisbane) approximately 6kms from Samford (North-west Brisbane

  • Overview on best techniques for photographing mammals, birds, reptiles and frogs
  • Wildlife photography in a natural, bushland setting.
  • Short break and review of camera settings and photographic techniques
  • More wildlife photography with different species

 

Barn Owls | Wildlife Photography Workshops

This workshop is designed to give you, the photographer, the opportunity to photograph variety of of birds, mammals, frogs and reptiles at close range. Some of the species are virtually impossible to photograph in the wild, so this is a chance you will not want to miss! All species are set-up in a totally natural environment, so that your images don’t have man-made structures showing.

Michael will also give professional photographic tuition throughout the workshop. He will teach you how to take the best possible photos as well as getting the most out of your camera.

Sugar Glider in Waratah - Michael Snedic

Mammal and Bird Photography Workshop

  • Brush tailed Bettong (critically endangered)
  • Northern Brown Bandicoot
  • Long footed Potoroo
  • Fat tailed Dunnart (behind glass)
  • Spinifex Hopping Mouse (behind glass)
  • Ringtail Possum
  • Tasmanian Wombat
  • Double eyed Fig Parrot (behind glass)
  • Eclectus Parrot (endangered)
  • Barn Owl, Masked Owl, Barking Owl
  • Channel-billed Cuckoo
  • Mertens Water Monitor
  • Mary River Turtle, White throated Snapping Turtle (both endangered)
  • Freshwater Crocodile
  • Woma, Rough-scaled Python, Green Tree Snake (blue form)

Tawny Frogmouth | Wildlife Photography Courses

Booking:

To book your place, please use the contact form and you will then receive payment details.

Please note: Each workshop is limited to only 6 participants. Social distancing will be strictly adhered to and hand sanitiser available. You will receive comprehensive personal tuition from Michael, as well as lots of wildlife photography time

Fat-tailed Dunnart (CS)

Michael's wildlife photography workshops at Closeburn have been incredibly popular over the years, with many booking out. Please book early to avoid disappointment!

Wildlife Workshop Participants

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