Nature Photography Escape - Jenolan
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Let's finish off 2019 with a relaxing weekend with other photographers as we explore all the beauty on offer in the Jenolan Karst Conservation Reserve.
This workshop is all about simply relaxing and immersing ourselves in a weekend of photography. Whether you're looking to take pictures of flora & fauna, local wildlife or picturesque river settings, the Jenolan Karst Conservation reserve offers it all.
We will be on-hand at all times to assist with any photography questions or guidance.
JENOLAN NATURE ESCAPE CONTENT:
Day 1 - Friday
We arrive on Friday afternoon, check into our accomodation and get together for a shoot in the local gardens. Later we will get together for an evening meal and maybe even wander out after dark to see if we can spot any of the local nocturnal wildlife.
Day 2 - Saturday
A nice early start as we head out onto the Jenolan River walk - It’s hard not to feel energised by the abundant and pristine beauty that surrounds you on this gorgeous, easy walk at Jenolan Caves.
Suitable for almost everyone, and at any time of year, Jenolan River walking track is all about scenic water views. Keep your cameras at the ready with bellbirds, rock warblers and lyrebirds often spotted amongst the area’s diverse plant life, while kangaroos, wallabies and eastern water dragons are also never far away.
Two additional walking tracks are available for those that are looking for more of a challenge.
Day 3 - Sunday
It's back out to the walking trails and gardens for our final morning. You may want to finish you day with a tour through some of the local caves or a nice lunch at one of the cafes.
Accomodation is not included. Please hold off booking your accomodation until you receive a confirmation that the minimum level of bookings have been met. This will ensure you will not be charged any cancellation fees for your accomodation if the Workshop does not proceed.
A basic amount of fitness is required for this workshop. We will be walking short distances on walking tracks and surrounding areas.
A basic understanding of your camera and navigating the menus is essential. Having your camera manual on hand will be valuable.
Workshop size will be between 4-6 students. We limit our workshop sizes to create a more individual learning environment.
WHAT DO I NEED TO BRING?
- Your Camera! The bare minimum is a camera that can has manual and aperture priority exposure settings.
- Spare camera battery and charger
- Appropriate clothing
Tea, coffee and snacks
As with any workshop, unfortunately we are unable to control the weather or the availability of wildlife. The workshop will proceed in the event of inclement weather and we will endeavour to do our best to locate local wildlife.