Take the Central Australia Photography Tour in 2018
IF YOU are passionate about photography there are many tours available to choose from around the world; New Zealand, Japan, Spain, Iceland, Africa, South America, small ship cruises and our own backyard are just a few places you can improve your snaps.
The tours offer a variety of ways to improve your photography skills with the guidance of a professional photographer. Designed for amateur photographers of all levels who are interested in improving their skills, you are sure to learn tips and techniques while exploring picturesque places.
Landscape photography is all about great composition and light, particularly in the colour rich landscape of central Australia. Uluru, arguably Australians most stunning natural wonder, is best seen as the sun rises behind it. As the sky eases from inky black to purple, green to blue, illuminating the red rock in a blaze of light, you’ll be very pleased you dragged yourself out of bed at 4am.
“Stunning, spectacular, surreal”, are words often heard coming from the mouths of photographers, both beginner and enthusiast, as they capture another hot shot while on a photography tour of Central Australia with local award winning photographer and travel photography teacher Michael Woltschenko.
The 8-day Central Australia Photography Tour begins at Yulara with daily excursions to Uluru and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas). This is followed by a highlight of the tour – a rim walk of the spectacular King’s Canyon where every angle presents a new photographic opportunity.
The tour concludes in the West MacDonell Ranges, a short scenic drive west of Alice Springs. Based at Glen Helen Resort, daily excursions are taken to Glen Helen, Ormiston and Serpentine Gorges as well as the Finke River, The Ochre Pits, Simpson’s Gap and John Flynn’s grave. Night photography of the bright, clear heavens is also a popular option.
The tour caters for all skill levels, from beginners to enthusiasts and all types of cameras, from – point & shoot to DSLR. Nightly tutorials conducted by Michael cover camera settings and composition tips as well as reviews and critique of your images.
At the conclusion of the tour, Michael will make a photo book featuring images from all tour participants which will be available for purchase.
Landscape photography is all about great composition and light, particularly in the colour rich landscapes of Central Australia. Michael ensures you are in the right place at the right time to capture that stunning image.
With a maximum of six participants, this tour provides a fantastic opportunity to improve your photographic skills in what many consider the most stunning landscapes in Australia.
We all love to travel and what better way to share your experiences with family and friends than to post a few photos on social media. Mind you, some might call it bragging but I call it work