• How many people will there be?

    Our multi day workshops and tours are run on a maximum ratio of 1:4. Groups of 3-4 will be led by only one tutor and groups of 5-8 will be led by two tutors. Limiting class sizes ensures we provide you with the best learning environment possible, including expert guidance, instruction and personal attention, according to your learning style. One day workshops are run on a maximum ratio of 1:6.
  • How do I book?

    Use the book now button on each workshop page, or please contact us if you have any questions.
  • How can I pay?

    We can accept payment by bank transfers or by credit card processed by eway –www.eway.com.au
  • What type of camera do I need?

    Our workshops focus on how to use your camera, not your type of camera. A basic list of recommended camera equipment can be found here
  • What shall I wear?

    We want you to be comfortable and warm during the workshop. A list of recommended clothing to wear on the workshop can be found here
  • How much experience do I need?

    Ideally, you will have a basic knowledge of photography and be comfortable adjusting camera settings such as aperture and shutter speed. An aim of the workshop is to give you more confidence in the creative control of camera settings and shooting in manual mode. We will have a brief session at the start of the workshop/tour, covering camera settings and controls, to be sure everyone is up to speed.
  • What is your cancellation policy?

    Please click here for our booking and cancellation policy. click here
  • What happens if the weather is bad?

    In general the workshop will not be cancelled due to the weather forecast (apart from one day Wellington workshops, which may be postponed until the next weekend.) We have never had a weekend where we have not spent the majority of it out shooting. If the weather does limit our shooting we will spend more time learning techniques and post-production. Ultimately, the best photographs can come from any combination of weather conditions and we will find subjects and locations to match.
  • How fit do I need to be?

    Please see the “Physical difficulty” tab on each workshop/tour page