Photography workshops available in Australia:
- Oceanic Photography Workshop | Byron Bay | 2018
- Dwarf Minke Whale Photography Workshop | Great Barrier Reef | 2019
BYRON BAY OCEANIC PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP – 2018
The art of ocean photography is like no other. It takes an awareness of the external elements and the ability to be able to read, understand and make the most of what’s going on beneath the surface. The challenge can be great, but the satisfaction when you nail that perfect shot is even greater.
Join me at an upcoming one day intensive ocean photography workshop in Byron Bay, where I will be covering all the fundamentals to take your photography to the next level. From camera settings and prepping your waterhousing through to practical sessions in the breaks of Byron Bay, you will walk away with a broad understanding of how to make the most of your time in the ocean.
Byron Bay, NSW
Late 2018 – Date TBC
Over the course of the day we’ll be combining ocean based practice with classroom theory to give you the chance to make the most of your time. In summary, we’ll be covering the following:
- Review of cameras, lenses, housings and settings – what’s best to capture wave images in different conditions and how to prep your gear.
- Technique intensive – before we hit the ocean we will spend time discussing image composition by reviewing a selection of pictures I have captured, the story behind them and how the outcome was achieved.
- Practical session in the ocean practicing the techniques learnt in the first half of the day (this session will be made up of either a trip to Julian Rocks, a kayak or a swim off main beach – exact activity is weather dependent and TBC closer to the event date).
- Post Production and Editing session and review of the day’s images.
You will be required to bring your own camera, water housing and snorkelling gear (mask, snorkel, wetsuit and towel). Light refreshments will be provided and lunch will be at your own leisure. Should weather conditions prevent us following the above schedule, alternative arrangements will be made.
For booking enquiries and to be notified of the next session please contact Craig Parry Photography HERE
Inquisitive, playful and engaging. The Dwarf Minke Whale’s predictable annual migration and aggregation in the warm waters of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef provides us with the perfect opportunity to learn the art of photographing these majestic creatures of the deep. Interactions are lengthy (often up to two hours) with a success rate of in-water encounters upwards of 90%. Take advantage of a fuss free experience and world class photography tuition available for the entire duration of the journey, while enjoying the experience of a lifetime in a tropical setting.
This tour is limited so be quick to secure your place.
Great Barrier Reef, Australia
Option 1: Friday 14th June – Tuesday 18th June 2019
Option 2: Friday 19th July – Tuesday 23rd July 2019
Note that you will need to arrive in Cairns the day prior to the commencement of the workshop.
The tour cost includes the following:
- Four day’s uninterrupted photography and image editing tuition with world renowned nature photographer Craig Parry (Friday to Monday)
- Four night’s accommodation upon a luxurious ‘live aboard’ vessel, twin share. All cabins are equipped with air conditioning and en-suite bathrooms
- Snorkelling and SCUBA equipment both available
- Breakfast, lunch and dinner
- Transfers to / from your accomodation in Cairns to the vessel
- Taxes / Levies
Not included in the cost are:
- Flights to / from Cairns
- Accomodation in Cairns the night before / after the tour commences / ends
- On board snacks and alcoholic beverages
- Nitrox fills
- Camera equipment, camera water housing and laptop
- Travel insurance
For pricing and booking enquiries please contact Craig Parry Photography HERE
With 15 years experience as a ocean and nature photographer, Craig has travelled to all corners of the world to capture the world from beneath the surface. He is an Ambassador for SONY Australia, Aquatech and Cressi and his work regularly appears in publications including Australian Geographic, The Australian, White Horses, Tracks Magazine and Surfing Life. Recent accolades include being awarded International Photograph of the Year (2014) and Underwater Photograph of the Year (2014).
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