Margaret River Gourmet Photo Course
Regional WA | 17 hrs | Special Interest
Cost: $590 | 2, 3 Dec
MARGARET RIVER GOURMET PHOTOGRAPHY COURSE | WEEKEND 25, 26 Nov 2017
The Gourmet Photography course in Margaret River is a structured series of 10 workshops covering food and wine, landscapes, portraiture, action, nature, lifestyle, architecture, camera gear and camera handling in the world famous Margaret River region renowned for its natural beauty and spoilt for top quality gourmet food, wine, gorgeous beaches, rolling, green hills and tall Karri forests. What can beat shooting surfers whilst savouring a local wine as the sun slowly sinks into the Indian ocean.
Margaret River and its premium wine region is the place for indulging many passions. It's the only wine region in Australia where you can hop from award-winning wineries and restaurants to stunning beaches, tall-timber forests, world-class surf breaks and ancient caves.... Situated just a few hours drive from Perth, the region offers a huge selection of world-class wineries, gourmet food and boutique accommodation making it ideal for a romantic getaway, weekend escape and to run our 2 day Gourmet Photography weekend course.
Some of the great locations and wineries visited include Aravina winery, Swallow winery, Watershed Winery, Voyager Estate, Hay Shed Hill Winery, Margaret River Chocolate Company, Olio Bello Olive Oil Company, Margaret River Dairy Company, Redgate Beach Blowholes, Hamelin Bay, Boranup Forest, Limestone caves, Canal Rocks, Sugarloaf Rocks, Leeuwin- Naturaliste National Park, Cape Leeuwin National Park, Margaret River, Prevelly, Gnarabup and Yallingup. On every course we discover another location gem or winery and are totally flexible as to where we go.
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Learn how to use every feature of your digital camera to the full
10 workshops over 2 days covering: What gear, camera handling
Photo reportage, food & wine, landscapes, portraits, action
Lifestyle, nature, architecture, image display
On location studio and lighting setups
Use of light on water, clouds, silhouettes, shadows, twilight
Post production tips for screen and print usage
Notes, critique & ongoing networking, advice and technical support
We recommend completing a Beginners Digital 1 course beforehand
DSLR camera (charged), plus spare battery and battery charger
At least one quality lens such as a Nikkor 18-200mm or a Canon 17-85mm and other lenses that you own
Min 4GB card per day of shooting
Any camera accessories - such as a tripod, and polarizing filter
Instruction booklet, sense of humour
time & location
10am to 5pm
7/31 Station Rd, Margaret River WA 6285, Margaret River
(Blue Ginger Fine foods)