Tasmania Photography Workshop - Steve Rutherford Landscape Photography Art Gallery

Tasmania Photography Workshop

Location – Cradle Mountain, Tasmania, Australia
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This is a wilderness photography workshop, based in the Cradle Mountain region of north-western Tasmania, Australia. It including walking long distances throughout the mountains and forests, outdoor training sequences, shooting in whatever weather there is, and exploring one of the wildest places in Australia. Follow on offerings after the workshop will be made available to continue your journey with us, or we will assist you with your next accommodation as needed.

Do not miss this opportunity to explore some of the most incredibly iconic locations in the southern hemisphere. All the inclusions and itinerary are listed below. Terms and Conditions apply. Tasmania Photography Workshop – Steve Rutherford Landscape Photography

  • Constant tuition with Steve and Mike
  • Overland hikes to iconic and mountainous landmarks
  • A travel portraiture workshop to teach human interaction and posing
  • 8 x Best Selling Photography Books by Steve
  • Lifetime access to One Shot Magazine online
  • Loan equipment (if needed), including spare flash cards, lenses, and filters
  • One on one editing training on workflow, data safety and archiving
  • 3 x nights accommodation, 2 x breakfasts, and 3 x lunches
  • First Aid qualified trainers and kit carried on workshop
  • Surprises and bonuses you’ll never expect
  • Post workshop support as needed

Please note – transport to and from the workshop, alcoholic beverages, tips, national park fees and other gratuities are not included. A van will be available for local travel around the immediate Cradle Mountain area, but car hire by the attendee is highly recommended.

DAY 1 – We meet early for breakfast and to get to know where we are, our trails to explore and an overall run down by the local ranger on safety and the weather. We explore many of the aspects of the area, and set ourselves up for a day of technique building and getting to know our equipment thoroughly.

Night 1 – Our day ends with a scrumptious dinner and drinks at one of the lodges, to look over the day’s images and chat about what we found and what we learnt. We discuss ideas for the next day and get ready for another early start tomorrow.

DAY 2 – We meet again for breakfast and head out for a series of scenarios to climb to the peak of one of the wildest places in the area. We build compositions and our understanding of capturing images in both colour and black and white.

Night 2 – After a long and tenuous day, the evening is yours to rest, relax and get ready for Day 3. It’s up to you if you join us, but we will gather at another local lodge for more discussions and some very special presentations of each of our images. We use the time to relax and critique our images, before retiring for an early start again the following morning.

DAY 3 – On our last day, we meet at our usual breakfast to prep for the day. We explore some relatively unknown areas that provide for some great opportunities to explore portraiture, documentary and abstract photography using alternative techniques. We test ourselves with some fun and enlightening ways to capture images to force our eyes to see better images.

Night 3 – On return to our lodgings, we gather at another local lodge for more discussions and exchanging details to stay in touch. The evening is open to doing whatever you want before we check out in the morning.

*There are some requirements for this workshop.

Please note that this is an outdoor workshop and will involve walking some long distances and accessing areas that may require a level of agility and physical fitness. If you are unsteady on your feet or unable to traverse terrain without risk of injury or other medical condition, please advise us, so we can assess your suitability. We may have an alternative solution for you to attend. You will need to sign and accept our terms and conditions when booking.

You have several flexible options to book and pay for the workshop. Please talk to us and we’ll be happy to discuss these options with you. Tasmania Photography Workshop – Steve Rutherford Landscape Photography.

Tasmania Photography Workshop by Steve Rutherford
Tasmania Photography Workshop by Steve Rutherford
Tasmania Photography Workshop by Steve Rutherford
Tasmania Photography Workshop by Steve Rutherford

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