FLORIADE & CANBERRA 2017
Sep
29
to Oct 2

FLORIADE & CANBERRA 2017

Australia's Biggest Celebration of Spring!

Join a small group of photography enthusiasts as we explore the beauty and delights of Floriade. There's over a million bulbs and annuals in an inner city parkland but there's so much more than 'just' a flower show. It's a diverse program of celebrations, music, food, wine, workshops, displays and entertainment. An absolute photographers paradise! As well as immersing ourselves in the tulips, we'll be heading out after dark for the Night Fest to practice our night photography, and heading over Lake Burley Griffin to explore the architecture of Parliament House. The National Portrait Gallery is on the list too! 
An action packed long weekend with plenty of support and hints and tips and feedback to practice and improve your photography skills. 

Where: Canberra

What: 3 days and nights of Flowers, Photography and Fun

When: Friday, Sep 29, 2017 10:00am  Mon, Oct 2, 2017 10.00am

What: Small group private photography tour (10 spots available) with an experienced photography teacher. 

Who: Suitable for beginners to serious enthusiasts.  Dslr or Mirrorless Cameras. 

Included: Photography tuition, accommodation and an experienced photography teacher every step of the way to assist and answer any questions.

How Much:  $TBC (Pending accomm) 

Have some questions? Send me an email or give me a call

Ready to Book?  Click Here to go to the booking page. 

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Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers
Sep
15
to Sep 18

Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers

Photography Tour

Come to the Carnival

Laugh, Play, Stay, Eat, Drink and Photograph.

Where: Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers

What: 4 days – 3 nights of Flowers, Photography, Fireworks and Fun (plus lots more)

When: Fri 15 – Mon 18 Sept 2017

What: Small group private tour (max. 10 places available) with an experienced photography teacher and a local award winning gardener, staying in a sumptuous historic homestead. Visit Vacy Hall to see where we'll be staying. 

A few of the places we'll be visiting:

  • Japanese Gardens
  • Heritage Bank Photography Exhibition
  • Prize Winning Gardens
  • Local Market
  • Botanic Gardens
  • Laurel Bank Gardens
  • Night Carnival
  • Fireworks
  • Street Parade
  • Cobb & Co Museum
  • Train to Spring Bluff
  • The Walton Stores (Dining Precinct)

Deb will provide ongoing photography coaching as well as some structured presentations. There will be little fun photography challenges to keep you focused. We'll have feedback and discussion sessions with Wine and Cheese (provided).  All with no pressure, lots of inspiration, information and opportunities. Deb will be available to answer photography questions and give advice all along the way.

Who: Suitable for beginners to enthusiast photographers. Dslr and Mirrorless Cameras

About your Hosts: Click here to read a little more about Deborah and Stewart.

Included: Photography coaching, gorgeous accommodation and a mini bus to get us from place to place. An award winning gardener and an experienced photography teacher to answer any questions. Light lunch on the first day. Wine and Cheese for casual feedback sessions. Train and any entry tickets included. 

Not Included: Getting to and from Toowoomba. (Fly, drive, bus. There are direct flights from Sydney, Melbourne, Cairns and Townsville to Wellcamp Airport. We can pick you up from the Airport.)
Once you're there, we'll take care of the rest. We'll choose places to eat but meals are purchased by you. 

How Much:  $1995 (inc GST). 

Options: If you want to share accommodation you can bring a friend for a discounted price. Or, you can bring a non-participating partner along and they can share your room and do their own thing while we're out photographing. Please contact me if you're interested in either of these options. 

Have some questions? Send us an email or give us a call

Ready to Book?  Click Here to go to the booking page. 

For more information on the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers, visit the offical web site HERE

See photos from 2016 Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers: 

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