In the last couple of weeks I have conducted landscape photography workshops in Outback Queensland at the towns of Charters Towers and Hughenden.
Both these were well received by attending photographers and we all had a great time at both workshops shooting both late afternoon/sunset landscapes and then some astrophotography in the evening. We had good conditions for the Charters Towers workshop with clear skies, but unfortunately for the Hughenden workshop a bit of uninvited cloud came to the party for the night but this didn't dampen the spirits of everyone and participants still learnt a lot of new techniques and put them into practice which is always a challenge in the dark.
Below are a selection of photos I captured during my trips out west to conduct these workshops. Most are taken outside of the workshops as my main focus for the workshops is to ensure people have a great learning experience. I did sneak a couple in though at the end of each night plus some group shots during the night.
If you are interested in any of my landscape photography workshops or beginner camera workshops you can click on the link below to check them out. Email me if you have any questions. I look forward to hopefully seeing you on a workshop soon :-)
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Charters Towers Photography Workshop
Macrossan rail bridges with the milky way above.
Sunset from Towers Hill
Milky Way and a dead tree at Fletchers Creek
Charters Towers Weir on the Burdekin River.
Gold mining poppet head in Charters Towers with the milky way above.
Hughenden Photography Workshop
Porcupine Gorge sunrise
Our workshop sunset.
Cattle droving just out of Hughenden one morning.
Old car wreck just south of Hughenden.
Windmill in Hughenden with the milky way.
Milky way shots along the Flinders River and above some rocks on Mt. Walker.
Sunset from the top of Mt. Walker just out Hughenden.
A few group shots of the workshops.