Litchfield Photography Overnight Workshop
Does camping under the stars, a casual chat around the campfire and hands on photography lessons at some of Litchfield National Parks beautiful waterfalls sound good to you? Then this workshop is definitely for you.
This is my kinda workshop :)
We set up camp at Florence Campground then move onto a few different areas for some photography sessions, before heading back to camp. The next morning we get up early for one for session then the rest of the day is yours. I will be there at each stop to guide you into taking some great shots of each location. Don’t forget to bring your tent so you can camp under the stars and share a yarn with Paul around the campfire. You can even bring your family along!
This is a casual, self drive, BYO photography workshop. You will need to bring your own camping equipment, food and drinks. I will meet you at each location at the designated times so you will need to have your own transportation to get too and from each location.
Please bring your family (kid friendly) and enjoy your time sitting around the campfire sharing a laugh and camping underneath the beautiful nights sky.
Please be aware only those who have booked and paid for the workshop will be able to attend the classes however, your other guests or family are most welcome to enjoy the location we are in while you are there.
Location and Day Plan
Litchfield National Park
Campsite will be at the Florence Falls Campground
Saturday - Today we set up camp then it's off to Tolmer Falls for our first shoot then onto Wangi Falls. Depart at your own leisure back to camp where we will sit around the campfire and have a casual yarn.
Sunday - Photography at Buley Rockhole this morning and you may depart whenever you wish after the session.
Small group size (max 8 min 4).
Various locations in Litchfield National Park.
On site tutoring provided, sharing advice, tips and tricks as well as helpful feedback so you can get the most out of your camera equipment whilst learning new skills.
Will look at technique, lighting, reading a scene, composition and more.
Camping under the stars*. Your family can come along too. (One person in the family has access to Paul Arnold tutoring).
What to bring?
Your camera (don’t forget that!)
Camera equipment you wish to use or lea.rn such as filters and lenses.
Make sure you have fully charged batteries (you don’t want to run out!)
Hat and sunscreen.
Tent, sleeping bag and camping equipment.
Food and drinks.
*Please make sure you bring your camping equipment, food and drink and your own transportation as this is NOT included in the workshop.
Camping fees also apply (approx $7)