Closeburn - N.W. Brisbane outskirts, near Samford
(as featured on Channel Seven's ‘Great South East’)
Sunday 2nd of February 2020
SORRY - BOOKED OUT!
2.00pm - 4.30pm
2pm - Start Wildlife Session
Meet at 2pm sharp at the front gates of the property in Marshall Lane, Closeburn, approximately 6kms from Samford (North-west Brisbane). Once you pull into Marshall Lane, the gates are right in front of you, where you will be shown where to park.
2pm – Overview on best techniques for photographing mammals, birds, reptiles and frogs
2:30pm – Wildlife photography in a natural, bushland setting.
3:30pm – Short break and review of camera settings and photographic techniques
3.45pm – More wildlife photography with different species
4.30pm – Finish
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.
Some of the new wildlife species on offer:
(depending on availability)
- Emerald Spotted Tree Frog
- Golden tailed Gecko,
- Stone (Zig Zag) Gecko
- Land Mullet
- Granite Belt Cunningham’s Skink
- West Aus. Gold Fields Shingleback
- Central netted Dragon
- Woma Python
- Brown Tree Snake (Night Tiger)
- Lace Monitor
- Perentie (goanna)
- Pygmy Freshwater Crocodile
- Boobook Owl
- Channel billed Cuckoo
- Ringtail Possum
- Long nosed Potoroo
- Northern Brush tailed Bettong (highly endangered)
$245 (plus GST)
Price includes photographic tuition from Michael, wildlife usage and a wildlife handler
Please note: This workshop is limited to 8 participants. This will ensure that you receive comprehensive personal tuition from Michael, as well as lots of wildlife photography time