From time to time I privately run a variety of small workshops/classes.
With my photography credentials and awards, formal teaching qualifications (Diploma of Education), and being a seasonal lecturer at both The University of Melbourne and RMIT, I believe I am well equipped to professionally cater to all levels.
Upon request, I can also run these for small groups or individuals:
> Wildlife and Nature Photography Masterclass
> Getting Great Pictures In Extreme Outdoor Environments
> Photo-documenatry – creating a photo essay
> Judging wildlife photography
Melbourne Zoo workshops
> Melbourne Zoo Walking Workshop
Just for interest
> Why Images Are More Powerful Than Words
For any groups engaged in communication, I run interactive workshops on ‘Imagery, emotions, story telling and influence‘. The length can vary from a few hours to 2 days, depending upon your needs.
I am also happy to provide one-on-one coaching with a focus on conservation and wildlife related photography as well as photo-documentary. Rates are Aus$125/hour (ex GST) excluding travel time @$60/hour, with a minimum of 2 hours.
1: How it was taken
Please click on the link at the end of this if you’d like to see the background to taking, and the post-processing involved, to get my awarded image of a southern royal albatross titled A Royal in Waiting.
2: What’s possibly the most important question to ask yourself before taking a photo?
Please click here for some of my thoughts on the what I feel is the most important question you can ask yourself before taking a photo, and why.
3: When words let us down – The importance of framing
Please click on the following link to find out why I hate the term ‘habitat loss’ and why we should use ‘habitat destruction’ instead.