Kangaroo Island offers the photographer so much variety. From the spectacular sand dunes of the Little Sahara, through to remote coastal beaches, the sea lions of Seal Bay and of course the jewel in the KI crown, the Remarkable Rocks.
Your Kangaroo Island Photography Workshop is a 6 day experience where you'll be in the right place and the right time, with plenty of one-on-one tuition and critique session with your guide Tom Putt, Master of Photography.
KANGAROO ISLAND PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP HIGHLIGHTS:
Hi I'm Tom Putt and I'll be leading you on this fantastic Kangaroo Island Photo Workshop. This will be my third workshop to the island and each time I just absolutely love the area. The beaches, the epic landscapes and the wildlife draw me back time and time again.
A little bit more about me - I am passionate and wildly enthusiastic about photography, having spent the last 20 years exploring all parts of Australia to photograph landscapes.
I first fell in love with photography at age 13. I photographed wildlife, following my love for ornithology, before leaving university to pursue a career in sports photography. In 1998, I was fortunate enough to take the eye of Australia's leading sports photography agency, Sport the Library. From 1998 to 2001, I covered over 300 events across Australia and the world, including the Sydney 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
But my passion has always been in landscape photography. My first shoot was walking the Overland Track in 1997. Since then, I have travelled extensively across Australia to capture the beauty of this great land.
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EXPERIENCE / DIFFICULTY
All our workshops require a good sense of balance and a good level of fitness in order to fully enjoy all the experiences. We regularly walk to fantastic locations for up to an hour at any a time but in one day you could be walking up to 3 to 4 hours in total. This may require walking over uneven ground, rocky surfaces, soft sand, deep snow, up and down hills, rock hopping, hiking to lookouts, etc. Some walks are steep and strenuous, others are on uneven surfaces. To get the best photographs you will be carrying your own backpack with your camera gear, tripod, water and lunch. Whilst we do not look to exclude anyone, being fit is essential to participate fully in the workshop.
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