Nature Photo Walk attendees

Recently, I presented a free ‘Nature Photo Walk’ at the Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens in Toowong, Queensland. It was great to see participants so very keen, with lots of photography-related questions. I basically concentrated on wildlife and macro photography techniques and even though I initially didn’t intend to make this a structured photography workshop, I ended up giving some sessions to the very keen group!

Subjects covered included recommended apertures, depth-of-field, suggested shutter speeds, focal styles, focus points, lighting, metering, composition and lots more.

It was great to have photographers take notes and absorb the information given, then practise those techniques. I was there to help with any issues or questions people had and to also make sure they were on the right path.

If you have a passion for wildlife, nature or travel photography and would love to go on a small-number, professional photography adventure, please get in touch with Michael Snedic at WildNature Photo Expeditions. You can call him on 0408 941 965 or fill in this Contact Form and he will get back to you ASAP.

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