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Bay of Fires 4 Day Photography Workshop

Small group Tasmanian photography tours - Bay of Fires
Bay of Fires 3 day photography tour Tasmania
Sunset in the Bay of Fires
Dolphins at play, captured during the Bay of Fires Photography Workshop
Sunset in the Bay of Fires
Stormclouds, Bay of Fires
Humpback Whales, captured during the Bay of Fires Photography Workshop
beautiful coastline in Tasmania's Bay of Fires
tasmania bay of fires photography workshop
This four day Tasmanian photography tour and workshop is based in St Helens in Tasmania's world famous Bay of Fires region. Highlights of this workshop include: * sunrise and sunset sessions over the Bay of Fires * 2 hour cruise along the coastline * half day shoot in the lovely green rainforest surrounding St Columba Falls. * Night Sky Session We will also take any opportunities that arise to explore wildlife photography (pelicans are commonly sighted in the Bay of Fires), macro photography (including the wonderful rainforest fungi which is seen in the cooler months) and of course seascape photography meaning all aspects of landscape photography will be covered. Luke's workshops are suitable for photographers of all skill and experience levels. Beginners and intermediate photographers will benefit greatly from personalised in the field tuition, while more advanced shooters will be able to take advantage of Luke's wealth of knowledge of great locations in this incredibly beautiful area of Tasmania. All expenses are included in tour fee - accommodation (three nights, single room for all participants), tuition, guide/vehicle, national parks entry (where applicable) and meals. The tour starts and finishes in Hobart.

Does not cater for people with access needs.

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