Tasmanian Photography Workshops

Adventure and Outdoors Tours

Tasmanian Photography Workshops offers six-day hiking tours along the Overland Track, Cradle Mountain, three-day Photography Workshops hosted at the iconic Peppers Lodge, Cradle Mountain and four day workshops in the incredible Tarkine region.
We specialise in expert guidance and photography education in world-class outdoor environments. We cater for all levels of photography and have a large passion for showcasing the Tasmanian wilderness and all her beauty. We are unique in that we offer professionally run tours/workshops with the added bonus of learning the art of Landscape Photography from award-winning photographers.
Our tour and workshop numbers are kept low to ensure that you have are provided with excellent one on one guidance and photography tuition for the duration of the trip.
So come join us and allow us to show you the pathway to better photography.

Facilities

Service Types

Adventure and Outdoors Tours Nature and wildlife Sightseeing Tours Walking and Biking Tours Broadband Internet Access

Activities

Camping

Fitness

Basic Moderate

Membership

Australian Tourism Export Council

Accreditation

Australian Tourism Accreditation COVID Safe

Services

Tasmanian Photography Workshops offers six-day hiking tours along the Overland Track, Cradle Mountain and three-day Photography Workshops hosted at the iconic Peppers Lodge, Cradle Mountain.

We specialise in expert guidance and photography education in world-class outdoor environments. We cater for all levels of photography and have a large passion for showcasing the Tasmanian wilderness and all her beauty. We are unique in that we offer professionally run tours/workshops with the added bonus of learning the art of Landscape Photography from award-winning photographers.

Our premium tour along the Overland Track consists of hiking the famous track, carrying a pack and all whilst learning all the skills of a professional landscape photographer. One trip for the bucket list.

Our tour and workshop numbers are kept low to ensure that you have are provided with excellent one on one guidance and photography tuition for the duration of the trip. So come join us and allow us to show you the pathway to better photography.

Disabled Access

From $1799 to $2499

As a Tasmanian Landscape Photographer, to host a Tasmanian Photographic Workshop in the Cradle Mountain National Park was really a no brainer… It has the most amazing and spectacular scenery in the world.

Our 4 days workshop is all about appreciating the natural beauty of Cradle Mountain and how to ensure that you learn the photographic tools to further your photography. You will explore the park, visit unique and breathtaking locations, learn the secrets to capturing natural beauty and retire each night in luxury.

We cover your accommodation, staying at the luxurious Peppers Lodge, your meals are covered, National Parks Passes, transfers and transport in the park and provide you with extensive photography tuition on camera operation, basic features, rules and tips, correct exposure, filters and accessories and of course post production of your images.

What is included?

Accomodation – Single share room to yourself
Private Transfers to and from the workshops – ex Launceston or Hobart Airports/Hotels
Private Transport during the workshop
All park passes and associated costs
All meals included except Lunch day 1 & Day 4
Full Tuition including daily editing tuition

What is NOT included?

Airfares to and from Tasmania
Some meals and associate room costs

Disabled Access

$2875

The Tarkine Wilderness is a place that has to be seen to be believed. Completely untouched and in the wild west coast of Tasmania.

From the temperate rainforests to the sand dunes along the rugged beauty of the west coast, the Tarkine Wilderness is a place of mystery and incredible beauty.
Within the Tarkine region you also have an array of untamed wild rivers, coastal heathlands and incredible cave systems. All this inside a 447,000 hectare region.

For 4 nights and 5 days we will immerse ourselves into this region, staying at the lovely Tall Timbers Accomodation at Smithton, just a stones through away from this incredible Tarkine region. Luxury accomodation on the doorstep of this amazing region will allow us quick access to all areas within the Tarkine region.

We will cover topics ranging from the very basics of landscape photography to the advanced skills required to capture stunning images from even more stunning locations.
Each day we will set aside time to load up the computers and learn the art of editing your images via the Adobe Lightroom program.

This is very special place the Tarkine, including home to Australia’s largest patch of temperate rainforest.

Disabled Access

From $499 to $799

Don’t have the time to spend a few days with Cam at one of our amazing locations?

We’re very excited to announce a new one day workshop with Cam.

The Mt Field/South West National Park Workshop is a single day workshop that explores two amazing National Parks, all within a couple of hours from Hobart. For a full day we will depart Hobart CBD and first travel to Mt Field and photograph some of our most amazing waterfalls on offer in the state. Mt Field also has some of Australia’s tallest forests which we will also explore in depth.

After lunch (inclusive) at Mount Field Waterfalls Cafe, we will head further west into the amazing South West National Park to photograph towering mountain ranges and stunning lakes in what is one of Tasmania’s most impressive regions.

Along the way Cam will offer personal photography tuition to the small group of attendees (Max. 6 people). Spend a day with Cam and learn how he has become an award winning and highly respected landscape photographer. Cam will teach you in a simple language approach and not bury you in photography-jargon and complex information that simple confuses more than it teaches.

Disabled Access

$3690

When it comes to Bucket List adventures, the Franklin River Rafting has to be easily in the top 5 world adventures to experience.

Rafting for 8 days down this completely untouched and wild river is an experience that you will never forget. For 8 days we let the river take us, inhaling all of its incredible natural beauty it has to offer. And trust me… there is so much!

The Franklin River has been the centre of Australia wide publicity since the late 1970′ and early 80’s as the river was scheduled to be dammed. An action that was widely opposed, protested and rallied against. The Franklin River was saved in May 1983 after the High Court decided the dam would not be going ahead. From this day onwards it has been and will continue to be a natural treasure of Australia and indeed the World, one that everyone should experience.

Giant ravines, amazing wildlife, untouched rainforests including the Huon Pine tree, brilliant colours of the river and rocks, ever changing geology and flora as we head down the river, and so much more. It really has so much to offer to any photographer wanting to capture unique beauty

Disabled Access

From $499 to $1399

Don’t have the time to spend a few days with us at one of our amazing locations?

That’s ok, we offer a day tour departing Hobart, Launceston or Devonport and can spend a minimum of 4hrs with you. Cam also offer personal 1:1 photography sessions with an award winning landscape photographer.

Cam can help you improve your photography output in just a few hours. He can also teach you the skills required to edit your images via Adobe Lightroom or Photoshop.

Cam has a range of available rates*. Whether you need 4hrs or a full weekend to help improve your photography.

Disabled Access

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