Tasmania photographic adventure

3 days   |  Tasmania’s east coast offers sunshine and sea life, wine and wildlife, crags, beaches, history & adventure
    The ancient forests, colonial architecture and spectacular coastlines of Tasmania offer inspiration. This photographic expedition includes Hobart, Launceston, Freycinet, Coles Bay and Maria Island with spectacular coastal and mountain photography throughout.

tour dates:   3-5 Oct '17 (3 days)

Includes Australia’s second-oldest city and southernmost capital, Hobart’s rich colonial heritage and natural charms are complemented by great festivals and top-notch food and drink and is an ideal photographic location. Rising high above the city is Mt Wellington, a wild and rugged monolith and perfect for landscape photography. In Hobart we focus on architectural photography We drive to the historic town of Richmond and on to Swansea that morning and transfer to Maria Island

We explore Maria Island, taking in its vast history and the natural wonders scattered all over the island. We photograph the unusual sandstone formations of the painted cliffs and visit Aboriginal middens. The fascinating history of the island is a photographers paradise and perfect for our workshops on landscapes, wildlife, macro and architecture. The industrial history of Maria Island includes everything from vineyards to cement works but the most interesting is the convict history. There are many ruins from penal days including cell blocks, commandant’s cottages and windmill sites.

Freycinet Peninsular National Park
We will head straight into the National Park and explore the natural beauty of the area. We run a landscape workshop from the 'lookout' with amazing views of the fabulous Wineglass Bay beach below and the pink granite rocks of the Hazards Mountain Range nearby. Dropping down to the beach for an optional refreshing swim and provides an opportunity to practice motion techniques in water and the use of polarizing filters.




 

Trip Highlights

■ Historic towns of Hobart & Richmond
■ Maria Island if weather conditions are suitable for the boat crossing
■ Freycinet Peninsular National Park and Coles Bay
■ Wineglass Bay - one of the world's most beautiful beaches
■ shooting the http://www.australianwoodenboatfestival.com.au
■ Mona


Photographic outcomes:
■ Complete understanding of your DLSR, compact or film camera functions
■ Composition, light, viewpoint, angles, lens perspective.
■ Aperture, shutter speed, depth of field, ISO setting, white balance, exposure compensation
■ Landscape photography in Hobart, Coles Bay and Wineglass Bay
■ Photography of flora and fauna
■ Motion, architecture, nature, flowers.
■ Producing a late afternoon, low light shot over the Freycinet beaches
■ Colonial architectural photography in Hobart and Richmond
■ Use of your flash & shooting techniques in wireless flash
■ Creation of a pdf coffee table book
■ Insight into photographing for personal, stock, editorial & commercial use

itinerary

■ DAY 1
Drive to Swansea & over to Maria Island National park

■ DAY 2
Freycinet National park, hike to Wineglass Bay

■ DAY 3
Back to Hobart via Richmond. Mona in afternoon



inclusions

Inclusions:
■ No photographic knowledge required
■ Must be able to walk 6km per day - mainly on the 1st & 2nd day at Maria Island & Freycinet Peninsula


Not Included:
■ Items of a personal nature & food (we have a shared food kitty on this trip, please budget around $50 per day for food)

■ Please note that personal travel insurance is essential

dates & prices

Tour Dates: 3-5 Oct '17 (3 days)

Tour Cost: AUD $1395 (ex. Hobart)

Tour Style: SUV vehicle, light walking

Tour Host: Andrew Thomasson

Operator: Focus 10 Pty Ltd

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