AS FEATURED ON CHANNEL SEVEN'S 'GREAT SOUTH EAST' PROGRAM
Closeburn - N.W. Brisbane, near Samford
No Dates Currently Available
9am to 11.30am
$TBA plus GST (Price includes photographic tuition from Michael, wildlife usage and wildlife handlers)
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
This workshop is designed to give you, the photographer, the opportunity to photograph variety of 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 species that may be available on the day:
- Brush-tailed Bettong (critically endangered)
- Northern Brown Bandicoot
- Ringtail Possum
- Green Tree Frog
- Great Barred Frog
- Magnificent Tree Frog
- Southern Angle-headed Dragon
- Boyd's rainforest Dragon
- Shingeback Lizard
- Lace Monitor
- Freshwater Crocodile
- Black-headed Python
- Pygmy Python
Michael's wildlife photography workshops at Closeburn have been incredibly popular over the years, with many booking out. Please book early to avoid disappointment!