Part 1 (Macro): Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens, Toowong. Brisbane
Part 2 (Wildlife): Closeburn - N.W. Brisbane outskirts, near Samford
(as featured on Channel Seven's ‘Great South East’)
Saturday 24th of March 2018
Sunday 18th of February 2018 Sorry - Booked Out!
Sunday 11th of February 2018 Sorry - Booked Out!
Macro: 8am to 12 noon
Wildlife: 1.00pm - 4.30pm
Meet at 8am sharp , near the café entrance at the bottom of the car park, Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens, Toowong, Brisbane.
There will a brief session covering the best types of equipment recommended for macro photography. You will then be instructed on various macro photography techniques “in-the-field”.
10am – Morning Tea at the Gardens Cafe
We will continue our way around the gardens, where I will show you more macro photography techniques.
12 noon – Finish Macro Session
1pm - Start Wildlife Session
|Meet at 1pm 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.|
1pm – Overview on best techniques for photographing mammals, birds, reptiles and frogs
1:30pm – Wildlife photography in a natural, bushland setting.
2:30pm – Break and review of camera settings and photographic techniques
3pm – More wildlife photography with different species
4.30pm – Finish
Some of the species
(depending on availability)
- Mammals: Ringtail Possum, Glider and Bettong
- Birds: Tawny Frogmouth and a species of Owl such as Barn, Boobook or Barking
- Frogs: Green Tree, Magnificent Tree or White-lipped
- Reptiles: Young Crocodile, Lace Monitor (Goanna), various Geckos and Lizards
$295 (plus GST)
Price includes photographic tuition from Michael, wildlife usage and a wildlife handler
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, as well as lots of wildlife photography time