Red Hill Station photography workshop is an exclusive overnight photography workshop for landscape photographers on private property about 2 hours west of Townsville in between the Australian Army High Range Training area and the Burdekin River.
The station has a stunning array of different landscapes and also different coloured soil and rock types which make for stunning and contrasting landscape photos. The station also has virtually no light pollution from surrounding towns so under the right conditions (no cloud and right moon) amazing astrophotography images are possible.
The workshop will not only be a photography experience with guidance from a professional landscape photographer but a station experience also and station owner Kylie will be along to share her knowledge of not only the station but her experiences with the outback and also land management.
Accommodation for the night is camping only around the house cottage area. There is an undercover patio we can use plus amenities. You probably won't spend much time in bed anyway, it's an action packed workshop with plenty to see and shoot!
All meals are provided.
Cost - $595.00
Next workshop dates:
Proposed Workshop Itinerary
2pm - Meet at the road junction to the station then drive in convoy to Red Hill.
2:30pm - Meet and greet and a station introduction from Kylie. Organise accommodation.
3-4:30pm - Photography theory, practice notes review then questions etc.
4:30-7pm - Afternoon and sunset shoot up on Red Hill with nibblies/drinks at Red Rock.
7-8pm - Dinner
8-11pm - Night photography session. Star trails and Milky Way around station house.
5-8am - Sunrise and morning shoot along the top of Red Hill or around the station house dam.
8-9am - Coffee and breakfast
9-11am - General station and wildlife photography
11am - Workshop de-brief and goodbyes.