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Adventure Based Wildlife Workshop – $80

October 15 @ 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm

$80

Adventure – Discover – Learn

We’ll be walking the rugged and beautiful Cape Woolamai Track photographing wallabies, native birds and other creatures along the way. We’ll trek up along the high Cape Track that provides one of the best lookout spots for local wildlife as well as some of the most stunning landscapes on the island. In this workshop we’ll be teaching fundamental principles of wildlife photography so that you get the best shot possible covering things like camera settings, focus, composition and animal behaviour.

Participants will also learn about the native animals and environment unique to the island to better understand what they are shooting. All workshop facilitators are island locals and professional photographers who have an intimate understanding of the environment, seasonal fluctuations, animals and conditions on the island.

The workshop lasts between 3-4 hours and participants need a moderate level of fitness. We will be doing a 7k hike.

Date and Time

15 October 2017 @ 4:30 PM

Meeting Point and Workshop Location

We will meet at the ramp to the beach at very end of Woolamai beach Rd, Cape Woolamai.

Prerequisites

None

What to Bring

Participants need to bring their camera and all lenses, fully charged battery, empty memory card, good shoes, jumper or jacket, flashlight and a small bottle of water. A tripod is optional for this workshop.

Safety

The Phillip Island coast can be a rugged and unforgiving place. Coastal areas are prone to rogue waves and cliff tops are unstable. The island has a very sensitive ecosystem and we will require all participants to remain on the clearly marked paths at all times for their own safety and the safety of our local flora and fauna. Photo Rangers is not responsible for any loss or injury that may occur on the workshop.

How To Reserve Your Place

Prepayment

To reserve your place in the workshop we require prepayment. Payment can be made either by PayPal to dale@photorangers.com.au or by direct deposit to our account – contact us for account details. When you prepay, please contact us and we’ll ensure your place is reserved. We will require your mobile number and email so we can keep you updated if there are any changes to the schedule or if weather forces a cancellation.

Cancellations and Refunds

You may cancel and get a full refund if you notify us 24 hours or more before the workshop. If you cancel with less than 24 hours notice you can apply the workshop fee to a future Photo Rangers workshop.

Weather

Our Adventure Based Workshops will generally go ahead in light rain. Typically the rain on the island will not last long and afterwards we get some of the best conditions for photography. Make sure you bring a raincoat and plastic bag (to shield your camera) just in case of rain.

If the weather is severe or lightening is present, we will cancel the workshop. We will attempt to make a call on workshop cancellation 2 hours before the workshop if possible.

The Astro workshops will go ahead on cloudy evenings and we will concentrate on light painting, fire spinning, using a Pixel Stick, strobes and El Wire as conditions allow. The Astro workshops will not go ahead in rain.

Cancellation of workshop

If a workshop is cancelled we will offer you a full refund or the option of applying the fee to a future Photo Rangers workshop.

Acknowledgement of Country

Photo Rangers pay our respects to the traditional people of Phillip Island, the Boonwurrong People and pay our respects to their ancestors, elders and any who attend our workshops.

 

Details

Date:
October 15
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost:
$80
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Website:
https://www.facebook.com/events/209738369563568

Organizer

Dale Rogers
Phone:
0466-539-927

Venue

Cape Woolamai
Club House woolamai beach rd
cape woolamai, Victoria 3925 Australia
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Phone:
466539927

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Phillip Island Photo Rangers pays respect to the traditional owners of this land, their ancestors and elders