Girraween National Park - Queensland
Friday 27th to Sunday 29th of March 2020
$695 per person for tuition/workshop (plus GST)
(Does not include accommodation and meals - please see below.)
Would you like to spend three days learning how to photograph macro subjects, a large variety of birds and fabulous granite landscapes?
Join Michael Snedic for a photographic autumn treat in Queensland's Granite Belt country, in Girraween National Park (40kms from Stanthorpe). He will teach you new landscape, macro, bird/wildlife and star trail photography techniques. Girraween is a natural wonderland and a photographer’s delight, with so many great subjects and locations to photograph!
Girraween National Park is an area of the Granite Belt in the Darling Downs region of Queensland, Australia reserved as a National Park. Girraween is known for its spectacular flowers, dramatic landscapes and unique wildlife (Wikipedia)
Photo techniques covered:
- Lighting – Natural versus Reflectors/Diffusers/Flash etc
- Focus Styles and Focal Points
- Exposure - Metering and Exposure Compensation
- Distractions to avoid
- And much more…
Some of the subjects covered:
- Macro, including orchids and other wildflowers
- Astro photography
- Stunning granite landscapes
Introduction and assessment of participant’s skill levels. Michael will also do of review of camera settings, to make sure that everyone is getting the best out of their photographic equipment.
Wildflowers/Orchids session – Here we will be concentrating on photographing the great array of colourful wildflowers and orchids found within Girraween National Park.
Landscape photography - Capture the stunning granite boulders that are found within Girraween National Park. Best use of shutter speeds/tripods/remote controls and mirror lock-up will be explained.
Star Trails - After dinner come and enjoy a star trails and light painting session under the incredibly clear skies of Girraween.
Bird photography session - You will be shown the best techniques to improve your bird photography.
Macro (orchid / wildflower) photography - In a different area of Girraween National Park. Fine-tune the skills you picked up on the previous day’s macro session.
Landscape photography – A session on how to best photograph majestic landscapes.
“Nature Walk” – Spend the day out, walking along one of the splendid tracks in Girraween National Park, photographing anything that takes your fancy! Michael will be there throughout the day to offer professional photographic advice and help you with any problems you may be encountering. (BYO lunch will be in-the-field).
2pm finish (approximate time)
Choose whichever type of accommodation suits your needs and budget. You may camp in the nearby Parks and Wildlife campground or choose to rent one of the many houses available for rent.
The link HERE takes you to the QP&WS, where you can book a campsite.
You can book a stay at the Girraween Environmental Lodge, which is only a few minutes drive from our base and can be found HERE
Alternatively, there are other places you can stay, either nearby or at Ballandean (a 10 minute drive to Girraween National Park)
Please bring your own (there are no shops in or near the National Park).
How to book:
For more information on this workshop or to book your place, please contact Michael on +61 408 941 965 or by using the contact form.
Maximum 8 participants
This workshop is covered by Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service permits.