Join Tasmanian landscape photographer Luke O’Brien for personalised and professional tuition to improve your photography. Luke runs a series of Tasmanian photography tours and workshops for those wanting to improve their camera skills.
Luke’s tours and workshops range from short one or two hour ‘One-on-One’ tuition sessions in Hobart to fully guided, multi-day landscape photography workshops in the best locations all over Tasmania such as Cradle Mountain, the Bay of Fires and Mt Field.
Luke’s photography tours are suitable for people of all levels of experience and ability. All workshops are small group (max 6) so personalised learning time is guaranteed. Luke has a wealth of experience to share with beginners who are looking for tips using their DSLR camera including manual settings, ISO and slow shutter speed. For more advanced photographers, Luke’s local knowledge is invaluable when it comes to getting into locations at just the right time for that perfect shot.
So whether you simply need a couple of tips for improving your photos or would like to experience a glorious few days taking photos of Tasmania with an experienced and friendly Tasmanian photographer, there is a photography tour or workshop for you.
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Discover some beautiful waterfalls in the foothills of Mt Wellington, and then shoot a magnificent sunset from the Eastern Shore, as the city skyline sparkles into life under the imposing backdrop of Mt Wellington.
Tour start/finish times are dependent on the season. The workshop will be around 3.5~4 hours duration, starting mid-afternoon and finishing after the sun sets.
This is a “self drive” tour – participants will be responsible for moving themselves between locations. No meals are included in this workshop. There are no entry fees required.
Also, there are no minimum number requirements for this workshop, meaning it will run even as a 1 on 1 private tour in the case of 1 booking only.
5 days of photography in Tasmania’s rugged Tarkine region! Running each autumn, the tiny fungi of the rainforest will be a highlight, as will be some truly beautiful Tasmanian waterfalls.
We will spend four nights at the lovely Wilderness hamlet “Corinna” exploring this timeless landscape. The highlight is of course ancient myrtle rainforest, and all the delights contained within including waterfalls, fast flowing rivers and the tiny autumn fungi.
We will cruise to the head of the Pieman River aboard the historic Huon Pine crafted “Arcadia II” and shoot remote sunsets on Tasmania’s rugged west coast.
All transport, accomodation and meals are included.
The tour starts and finishes in Hobart, and the journey to Corinna is broken up with stops at Lake St Clair and Nelson Falls. The return trip includes a long stop at Philosopher Falls.
Next dates: May 6-10, 2019
This four day Tasmanian photography tour and workshop is based in St Helens in Tasmania’s world famous Bay of Fires region.
Highlights of this workshop include:
* sunrise and sunset sessions in the Binalong Bay area
* half day shoot in the lovely green rainforest surrounding St Columba Falls, and the another at Wineglass Bay.
* Night Sky Session
* Post Processing Session
We will also take any opportunities that arise to explore wildlife photography (pelicans are commonly sighted in the Bay of Fires), macro photography (including the wonderful rainforest fungi which is seen in the cooler months) and of course seascape photography meaning all aspects of landscape photography will be covered.
Luke’s workshops are suitable for photographers of all skill and experience levels. Beginners and intermediate photographers will benefit greatly from personalised in the field tuition, while more advanced shooters will be able to take advantage of Luke’s wealth of knowledge of great locations in this incredibly beautiful area of Tasmania.
All expenses are included in tour fee – accommodation (three nights, single room for all participants), tuition, guide/vehicle, national parks entry (where applicable) and meals.
Tour starts and finishes in Hobart.
Visit some beautiful Tasmanian rainforest and waterfalls in this full day Tasmanian photography tour. Enjoy the cool greenness of Tasmania’s cool temperate rainforest and marvel at some of the biggest trees in the world. View beautiful waterfalls and cascading streams and take time out in this ancient environment. We will spend the morning photographing Russell Falls and Horseshoe Falls deep in the Tasmanian rainforest at Mt Field National Park. After a delicious locally made lunch we will then visit the secluded Styx Valley of the Giants to photograph the tallest hardwood trees on earth.
All expenses are included in the tour fee – tuition, guide/vehicle, national parks entry, lunch.
From $1495 to $1795
Cradle Mountain is without a doubt one of the most rewarding Tasmanian photography tours available.
Together over four days we will photograph sunrises and sunsets at Dove Lake, and head out at night for a shoot under the stars. We will see charming old mountain huts and spectacular Tasmanian rainforest and waterfalls. We will visit the Tasmanian Devil Park, macro photography for those interested and an indoor post-processing session.
We will take a leisurely visit to the sparkling Philosopher Falls in the Tarkine as well as stop at Nelson Falls on the return to Hobart. Improving all aspects of your landscape photography is the goal of this four day photography tour!
Workshops will include a night sky session at Dove Lake when weather and timing allows. Can we see the elusive Aurora Australis? It has happened before!
All expenses included in tour fee – accommodation, tuition, guide/vehicle/transport, national parks entry, meals.
This is a very unique opportunity to visit and photograph Tasmania’s beautiful raptors.
The Raptor Refuge undertakes vital conservation work for Tasmania’s endangered raptors and is not open to the public.
This workshop is a 2 hour session which includes private entry to the refuge. A large part of the tour fee is a donation to the refuge so as well as enjoying the chance to see and photograph these birds up close you are also making a very tangible contribution to their conservation.
Runs on demand all year round.