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Gold Qualmark Endorsement

Our Workshops and Tours have just received Gold Qualmark Endorsement Our Workshops and Tours have just received Gold Qualmark Endorsement, being recognised as one of the country’s leading tourism operators by Qualmark – New Zealand tourism’s official quality assurance. To earn...
How to Photograph Waterfalls - Photography Tips

How To Photograph Waterfalls

Waterfall photography tips: Learn how to photograph waterfalls. Capture the movement The effect of flowing water in a photograph really changes with different shutter speeds. To freeze the water and capture its dramatic power; use a fast shutter speed (1/500 or shorter). To...

Tongariro – Our World Heritage Landscape

New Zealand Photography Workshops tutor Shaun Barnett is an avid tramper, with a strong interest in the history of our wild areas. Growing up nearby, Shaun has spent many weeks at Tongariro National Park and learnt a lot about our first national park. He shares some of his...

Why go on a Photography Workshop?

Photography workshops are very different to a photography course, you will spend time shooting on location, not in a classroom, learning new skills and techniques. Whether you are a complete beginner, a keen amateur, or an experienced photographer, you can benefit from a workshop...
How to Photograph Mountain Landscapes - Photography Tips

How To Photograph Mountain Landscapes

Mountian landscape photography tips: Learn how to photograph mountain landscapes. Composing the landscape Try and avoid putting the horizon in the centre of the image as it can be a little boring. If you have some nice foreground, put the horizon higher to make more of this as a...

Discover Excio

We have partnered with Excio to bring New Zealand best landscapes to your mobile phone. Follow us on Excio and have our photos displayed as the background on your mobile devices’ home screen. Excio [ˈeksioː] (Lat. verb excite, evoke) is where the world’s most beautiful art and...

Gold Qualmark Endorsement

Our Workshops and Tours have just received Gold Qualmark Endorsement Our Workshops and Tours have just received Gold Qualmark Endorsement, being recognised as one of the country’s leading tourism operators by Qualmark – New Zealand tourism’s official quality assurance. To earn...
How to Photograph Waterfalls - Photography Tips

How To Photograph Waterfalls

Waterfall photography tips: Learn how to photograph waterfalls. Capture the movement The effect of flowing water in a photograph really changes with different shutter speeds. To freeze the water and capture its dramatic power; use a fast shutter speed (1/500 or shorter). To...

Tongariro – Our World Heritage Landscape

New Zealand Photography Workshops tutor Shaun Barnett is an avid tramper, with a strong interest in the history of our wild areas. Growing up nearby, Shaun has spent many weeks at Tongariro National Park and learnt a lot about our first national park. He shares some of his...

Why go on a Photography Workshop?

Photography workshops are very different to a photography course, you will spend time shooting on location, not in a classroom, learning new skills and techniques. Whether you are a complete beginner, a keen amateur, or an experienced photographer, you can benefit from a workshop...
How to Photograph Mountain Landscapes - Photography Tips

How To Photograph Mountain Landscapes

Mountian landscape photography tips: Learn how to photograph mountain landscapes. Composing the landscape Try and avoid putting the horizon in the centre of the image as it can be a little boring. If you have some nice foreground, put the horizon higher to make more of this as a...

Discover Excio

We have partnered with Excio to bring New Zealand best landscapes to your mobile phone. Follow us on Excio and have our photos displayed as the background on your mobile devices’ home screen. Excio [ˈeksioː] (Lat. verb excite, evoke) is where the world’s most beautiful art and...

Photography Workshops

NZ Photography Workshops

Small Group Workshops

Click here