The Photo Rangers Adventure Based basic Photography Workshop is te perfect way to finally master your camera. You’ll learn to shoot in the semi pro modes as well as manual mode and be comfortable changing your aperture, shutter speed and ISO by the end of the workshop.
As academics and professional educators, Cecilia and Dale have designed this workshop to facilitate tactile learning and muscle memory helping your memory retain the concepts and techniques explained.
Catching the Wave is a Photo Rangers Adventure Based Workshop designed to teach photographers how to slow down the movement of the water using camera settings, filters and ND filters. This workshop is usually conducted at Cadillac Canyon, San Remo.
Be sure to bring a dry pair of shoes (and maybe pants) because as dale always says “if your feet aren’t wet, you didn’t try hard enough!”
Benjamin Eriksson Photography and Photo Rangers have just announced the dates (27-28 JULY 2019) and workshop schedule for the next MegaPhotography Weekend. This is an action packed weekend that includes WHALES, accommodation and a BBQ dinner.
See all the details in the events section.
Photo Rangers and Benjamin Eriksson Photography conduct full weekend photography workshops approximately 4 times a year. Each of our weekends has 5-8 separate workshops packed in. Past topics include:
Astro, Landscape, Model, Surf, Long Exposure, Intimate Landscapes, Black and White, Whales, Wildlife, Light Painting, Night Model, Lightroom Classic, Creative Editing and many more.
Included in the MegaPhototgraphy Weekends is an overnight at the beautiful glamping accommodation provided by The Sheltered Glamping Co on Berrys Beach, Phillip Island.
MegaPhotography Weekends are supported by:
Mefoto Tripods Australia
Samyang Lenses Australia
Athabasca Australia Filters
Temba Camera Bags
Shimoda Camera bags
Photo Rangers Adventure Based Wildlife Workshop takes participants on a 7k hike around the Cape Woolamai Peninsula where they will see a variety of native wildlife as well as stunning scenery along the rugged Phillip Island coast line.
Participants learn optimal settings including focus modes, shutter speeds and composition to use when photographing wildlife and how to best capture individual species.
During the Winter months i is not uncommon to see whales from the South side of the peninsula.
Photo Rangers Adventure Based Astro workshops teach participants how to take photos f the night sky. Depending on the time of year and cloud coverage participants may get photos of the Milky Way, Star Trails, Light Painting and or all the above!
In the Black & White Workshop, participants will aim to ‘Shoot like Ansel’ (Ansel Adams, my hero and best landscape photographer ever in my opinion). This workshop is designed for those who want to explore alternative styles of photography and push their creativity to the max. Workshop participants will learn how to shoot in black and white and better understand how the world looks different through monochrome eyes.
The Intimate Landscape Workshop is designed to find the beauty in nature that pulls the viewer into the image. Participants learn techniques to capture engaging images that most other photographer would walk past without notice. This workshop assists in opening artistic eyes and capture the totality of the time and place.
Rock and Roll film Photography Workshop
Participants will learn the Sunny 16 exposure rule, loading film, exposing and shooting film and getting the film out of the camera. We'll shot along Woolamai Beach and up to the Pinnacles. Film and cameras will be provided if required. Developing and scanning to digital included in the workshop expense.
Cecilia and Dale love to shoot film. They believe there is an artistic characteristic to film that can not be reproduced in digital. There is also a sense of mindfulness that comes from carefully considering each shot with film.
Dale and Cecilia shoot with a number of different 35mm, medium format and 4x5 film cameras.
The intimate power of water frozen a moment in time.
Have a quiet conversation with Maggie … eye to eye.
Film has a unique style, character and artistic flavour that can not be duplicated by digital. Shot with Canon EOS55 and AgfaVista 200 film.