Move to the Groove - Using ND Filters and shooting movement
5 - 6 Oct 2019
($395 early bird registration effective now)
MegaPhotography Weekend 8
Move to the Groove - Shooting movement with models and using ND filters
12 - 2pm Creative Model Photo Shoot
2:30 -4:30pm Long Exposure Day Workshop
5:00 - 7:00pm Long Exposure Sunset Workshop
9 - 11pm Airplane and Star Trails
6 - 8am Long Exposure Sunrise Shoot
10-12pm Lightroom/Photoshop Workshop
Photo Rangers and Benjamin Eriksson Photography are teaming up again with:
Samyang Optics Australia
The Sheltered Glamping Co.
Come and hone your skills with 6 awesome workshops and glamping accommodation and awesome BBQ on Phillip Island all included!
Dale and Cecilia Rogers are Photographers and Phillip Island locals. They intimately know the island, it’s rhythms and seasonal variations. They know the best places to and times to shoot the perfect image. Dale and Cecilia facilitate photography workshops on and around the island every weekend.
Benjamin Eriksson is a Melbourne based landscape photographer, who loves the rugged beautiful landscape of Phillip Island and has been visiting the Island since he was 15. Ben runs workshops on the Mornington Peninsula, Melbourne CBD and boat photography cruises on the Yarra River. Ben is supported by MeFOTO Australia and Samyang Optics Australia.
We will have Athabasca Filters for those who need a filter set to try for the weekend. We will also have a selection of Samyang lenses and Mefoto Tripods for those who are interested in trying them out.
Luxury glamping bell tents suitable for couples or a group of three - these will be allocated on a first come first serve basis (these are super awesome!).
The glamping accommodation is share accommodation.
Adventure Based Phillip Island Photography Weekend - $430 total cost pp. The Workshop is limited to the first 14 prepaid participants. Includes glamping accommodation, BBQ dinner and professional photographers to help you for the workshop duration.
Does not include food (other than BBQ dinner) or transfers to workshop venues
TO BOOK: https://www.trybooking.com/BERGV
How To Reserve Your Place
To reserve your place in the workshop we require prepayment. Payment can be through our booking link.
Love to come but would like to pay over a few payments? We can offer a simple payment plan option, please contact Dale or Ben for information as we would love to have you along.
This workshop is suitable for all skill levels. General fitness is required - sand, rocks, wet surfaces.
What to Bring
Participants need to bring their camera and all lenses, fully charged battery (plus a spare battery), empty memory card, good shoes, jumper, jacket / waterproof jacket, flashlight, a small bottle of water, any ND filters (if you have them), tripod, laptop with copy of Lightroom Classic installed.
Note: Shared glamping accommodation please bring a sleeping bag, pillow and towel.
The Phillip Island coast can be a rugged and unforgiving place. Coastal areas are prone to rogue waves and cliff tops are unstable. The island has a very sensitive ecosystem and we will require all participants to remain on the clearly marked paths at all times for their own safety and the safety of our local flora and fauna. Photo Rangers and Benjamin Eriksson Photography are not responsible for any loss or injury that may occur on the workshop.
Cancellations and Refunds
You may cancel and get a full refund if you notify us 14 days or more before the workshop.
Our Adventure Based Workshops will generally go ahead in light/medium rain. Typically the rain on the island will not last long and afterwards we get some of the best conditions for photography. Make sure you bring a raincoat and plastic bag (to shield your camera) just in case of rain. In case of heavy rain and storms, alternative workshop venues will be provided.
The Night Photography workshop is based on the conditions on the evening, if it is cloudy then we will do lots of Light Painting while keeping a keen eye open for stars and the Milky Way.
Acknowledgement of Country
Photo Rangers and Benjamin Eriksson Photography pay our respects to the traditional people of Phillip Island, the Boonwurrong People and pay our respects to their ancestors, elders and any who attend our workshops.