Wildlife - Group  Photography  Workshop

Photographing wildlife may sound easy and you can be lucky sometimes and capture an amazing image. But, most people soon realise that to consistently capture rewarding images takes knowledge, practice and time to hone your skills.

During the workshop I will share the knowledge that I’ve learnt from photographing wildlife over the years and show you how to make the most of the time you have when you go out to photograph wildlife.

The wildlife group photography workshops are designed to help improve the capabilities of those attending the workshop by giving practical advice on how to setup, and use their cameras to help them achieve the best chances of capturing impressive images of birds in flight as well as other wildlife that we encounter during the workshop such as lizards and turtles.

Topics cover during the workshop include:
  • Learning and understanding the different camera metering modes and how they affect the exposure of the image being taken.
  • Learning and understanding why certain Focus Modes are better than others when photographing wildlife.
  • Learn how to setup your DSLR to maximise your chances of capturing birds in flight.
You don’t need a huge zoom lens on your camera to capture wildlife, but a zoom lens of at least 300mm will certainly help you bet closer to your subject.

Most people use DLSR cameras to capture wildlife, but you can also use many of the modern Compact Cameras, as most of these are able to zoom in on object in the distance.

The workshop is taught in a relaxing easy format, with plenty time for specific questions, viewing images and discussing the various techniques taught during the workshop.

The workshop is held at Lake Eden in North Lakes which is very close to the Westerfield Shopping Centre, as this location has an abundance of wildlife and is fairly easy to get to.

Below is a sample of some of the birds and other wildlife that we've photographed at Lake Eden during the Group Wildlife Photography Workshops that I hold here.

You'll need the following for this workshop:
  • DSLR Camera or a Digital Compact Camera like the Nikon P900 and fully charged battery.
    Point & Shoot cameras aren't that good for wildlife photography.
  • Notebook & pen, for note taking
Lake Eden, North Lakes (located just 1 kilometer from the Westfield shopping centre)
Workshop Date and Time:
April 2019 (Date & Time to be advised)

Duration & Cost:

Duration: 2 hours, Cost: $70p.p or $130 for 2 persons (couple)
**Please read the Group Photography Workshops User Agreement at the bottom of this page before payment.**
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based in Brisbane, Queensland

Tel : 0481568060

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Group Wildlife Photography Workshops User Agreement:
  • A minimum of 3 people need to book for a group photography workshop to proceed.
  • If fewer than 3 people, the workshop may be cancelled and re-scheduled for a different date.
  • There will be at least 2 days notice given if the workshop is cancelled or re-scheduled
  • At least 24 hours notice will be given to people attending the workshop if the workshop is cancelled or re-scheduled due to unfavorable weather forcing the cancelation of the workshop.
  • People attending the workshop MUST give me at least 2 days notice before the workshop date if they are unable to attend the workshop. ("Unless this is due sickness or an accident.")
Refund Policy for Group Wildlife Photography Workshops
  • Refunds are only available under the following circumstances!
  • 2 days written notice is given before the workshop date.
  • No refunds will be given if you cancel within (2 days) of the workshop date. ("Unless this is due sickness or an accident.")