How would you like to learn photography Down Under? Moreover, how would you like to attend a photography workshop not only in a fabulous location along the South Australia coast but also in a location that isn’t overrun with other photography workshops? Well, now you can.
Join professional photographer Matthew Storer for a fabulous and unique photography workshop at Innes National Park, South Australia. Located on the photogenic Yorke Peninsula, Innes National Park is a coastal landscape offering stunning scenes of rugged cliffs and sandy beaches; perfect for coastal landscape photography.
On this 4-day workshop we will tour the national park and photograph the remote coastline, lighthouses, wildlife and more on this EPIC South Australia Photography Tour! Australia is well-known for its dark skies. Clear skies and lack of light pollution means you will very likely get the chance to do some astrophotography and milky way shots.
Over the four days, we will concentrate on composition, focusing, exposure bracketing and low light star photography.
As a native of South Australia Matthew knows this place well. Matthew knows the best places and how and when to get to them. He can ensure that the group will be on location at just the right time, thus making sure to capture the best possible photos. Expect to be photographing sunrise, sunset and with clear skies at night – Star Photography! Although it’s highly recommended that you don’t miss out, you are of course at liberty to give some sessions a miss should it be too tiring.
There will be time during the workshop for post-production workflow, including a free editing course worth up to $97. Daily image critique sessions will be available and you are welcome to use any editing software from Adobe Lightroom, capture one, DXO or photoshop.
This amazing photography workshop in South Australia is limited to 8 participants, so book now to avoid missing out. Photography partners are also welcome.
Camera settings & Focusing
Composition & Framing
Milky Way & Low Light Photography
Lighting – Natural & Artificial
Filters or Exposure Bracketing
Day 1 – Marion Bay (Dinner)
Sunset will be at Gym Beach, a 15-minute drive from our accommodation. At this location, we will have a heavy focus on foreground elements and leading line learning how to enhance the image.
If weather conditions allow us, we will shoot the Milky Way that night.
Day 2 – Innes National Park (Lunch)
Firstly, our sunrise shoot will showcase one of the most iconic views of the Innes National Park.
Secondly, after sunrise, we will learn how to location scouting for night Milky Way Photography.
Day 3 – Innes National Park (Dinner)
Our sunrise shoot takes us back in the Innes National Park at a stunning location, Ethel Wreck Beach.
Our last sunrise of the weekend will be at the pristine Dolphin Bay. Understanding how colour can enhance and create depth in our image.
Day 4 – Innes National Park (Breakfast)
Sunrise shoot will take us to Stenhouse Bay Jetty & coastal walk. A short and flat 2km coastal walk offering stunning views of the Innes National Park.