Redcliffe, Queensland. Onboard Brisbane Whale Watching’s vessel, ‘Eye Spy’


Tuesday the 24th of July 2018 - SOLD OUT!


      NEW DATE: Tuesday the 14th of August 2018


8.15am to 2.45pm


$360.00 plus GST (includes photography tuition, boat cruise & gourmet lunch)

Breaching Humpbacked Whale | Whale Photography Workshop

Contact Michael Snedic directly
on +61 408 941 965

Being onboard a boat and experiencing close-up encounters of Humpback Whales is very special. These majestic mammals often venture quite close to the boat and the types of behaviours encountered vary from ‘mobbing’ the boat, ‘spy hopping’, breaching as well as tail flukes. It can, however, be quite difficult to capture these behaviours with your camera. This exciting new workshop is designed so that you will acquire all the skills necessary to capture great shots of whales. Michael will not only present some group sessions, he will also talk to each participant individually, to make sure their cameras are set up correctly and that they are ‘up-to-speed’ with their photographic techniques. Once everyone is set up, Michael will walk around the boat talking to participants, to make sure they are ready for when the whales start to appear.

The workshop tuition starts at the Redcliffe Jetty and then will continue onboard Brisbane Whale Watching’s ‘Eye Spy’, captained by the very-experienced Kerry Lopez. Any whale sightings in the vicinity are closely monitored and Captain Kerry will get as close as is legally allowed to the whales. Often, the whales will swim right up to, and under, the vessel itself.

Photographic tuition is geared towards various skill levels and Michael is very patient with participants. Questions are very welcome!

Topics Covered Include

  • Composition
  • Recommended Aperture
  • Recommended Shutter Speeds and ISO
  • Focal Points
  • Focus Styles
  • Metering
  • Exposure Compensation (for Aperture Priority)
  • Lighting
  • Continuous Shooting
  • Whale Behaviour
  • And Much More…

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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
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