10 days of cultural bliss and one on one attention to greatly improve your skills as a travel photographer. Explore your creative outlets all over this beautiful and…Read More
These 5 city photography tours run every Saturday in small group sessions and cost from $AUD99 (3 hours) – $AUD198 (6 hours) for an afternoon and/or night session. Private sessions also available from $300 / couple.Read More
Alfonso Calero is a professional photographer based in Sydney, Australia. Over the past 15-20 years, Alfonso has photographed everyone from politicians to artists and everything from exquisite food to amazing landscapes.Read More
2,600km northwest of Perth lies Australia’s best-kept secret: ‘The Galapagos of the Indian Ocean’ – a stunning tropical paradise full of rare and unusual birds, incomprehensible numbers of crabs, waterfalls, turtle-nesting beaches and some of the world’s best snorkelling over crystal-clear, warm, tropical reefs.Read More
Koalas, kangaroos, seals, dolphins, amazing birdlife, iconic rock formations, caves and beach sunsets – all on one spectacular island! We’ll fly you from Adelaide, get you in doors-off planes, out on private boats to photograph and swim with dolphins.Read More
This workshop has been designed to offer something special for amateur photographers of all levels. This Photographic Workshop will be an inspiring four days of photography adventure in the most spectacular locations.
From huge gull rookeries to spectacular coastal scenery, there is variety all round on this short tour.
Small group bird and nature photography workshop and tour. Pelagics, forest birds and many wetlands species as well as a special reptile and mammal tour.Read More
This is all about whales and photography. I will help people set up there cameras. In the evenings and on Sundays I am available to to give presentations, review and critique images, and talk story. Call now with questions 808 870 3686Read More
This tour is the ultimate way to experience and photograph the magic of North Queensland’s tropical rainforest near Port Douglas.Read More