Grampians Workshop

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Grampians Workshop

Join us in the Grampians for a very special photography workshop.

The Grampians is one of my favourite places to explore, I find myself here for photography trips several times a month. The vast expanse of mountainous areas allows for a variety of landscape photography. The valleys also play host to a number of waterfalls, with some of the most impressive in Victoria. It allows me to get a great range of work in different conditions, often in the space of a day.

Because of this we have set up a special photography workshop in the Grampians to focus on the landscapes on offer here. This will be an extended workshop compared to our usual offering. We won’t have a set itinerary, instead we focus on being where the best conditions are, which is how I practice photography myself. That way the tour is not restrained to be in a certain place – if there is good light somewhere we will chase it.

The workshop will however consist of a waterfall trip, and most likely a hike to it. Here we will learn the fundamentals of shooting water, long exposures and moving objects. We will also have a sunset shoot with one of the many mountain lookouts that the Grampians has on offer. Following this there will be some time to wind down, look over what we’ve done for the day and learn some post production back in Hall’s Gap.

The workshop will start off from Hal’s Gap. Group sizes are strictly 4 people so that there is no crowding and everyone can get the attention they deserve throughout the day. Transport will be provided throughout the trip returning back to Halls Gap at the end of the workshop.

Grampians workshop

$250 per person

Workshop length: 5 hours
Max participants: 4

Next date: TBA

What you’ll need

Ideally you’ll have a wide angle lens and a telephoto lens with your camera which we will make the most of throughout the day. A sturdy backpack is advised as some of the locations that we may go to will need to be walked to – as often is the way in the Grampians, there can be a few steps! A tripod is also advisable for the waterfall trip as well. It’s well worth having some snacks with you too and plenty of water to last the day.

What you’ll learn

This workshop will teach you the fundamentals of photography whilst giving you the opportunity to test and practice these skills at locations like waterfalls and mountain ranges. The Grampians has a lot on offer and it’s a great place to practice. By the end you’ll have the knowledge to use your camera in manual mode and be ready to adventure yourself, as well as know how to begin the post production stage of photography.

Join us on a workshop

Improve your photography skills and head into the field.