Tasmania Photography Tours
Travel photography courses in Tasmania. Learn how to shoot in manual modes and master composition with your DSLR. Discover the art and technical settings on your camera.
From beginner to advanced photographers welcome. Get taken to the best spots for landscape photography at the best time of day and months of the year.
Once you land on the apple isle it sure feels like you are off the grid. Explore the best of Tasmania North, South & East. Choose from Autumn, Summer or Spring. Alfonso will be your photo tutor, driver and tour-guide. I love teaching photography especially landscape photography in my favourite Australian state.
Spring Dates: Sept 30 - Oct 06, 2019 (Includes Tulip Farms)
Summer Dates: Dec 1 - 7, 2019 (Includes Lavender Fields)
Autumn Dates: April 28 - May 4, 2020 (Includes Macro Mushrooms)
2 min - 4 maximum led by Alfonso Calero - photographer, tutor and guide.
AUD$2999 (Twin Share)
AUD $3499 (Single room)
Some Shared Bathroom
All ground transport
All 3 Star Accommodation
All Tuition (6 hours per day), photography, tour-guiding & driving
National Park Fees
Flights and Hotel Transfers
Flights should be booked separately once your Tour booking is confirmed.
7 Day Tasmanian Photography Tour
Day 1 - Launceston Airport to Cradle Mountain National Park, Dove Lake Afternoon/Evening Shoot. The many moods of the lake along with the boat shed can be our focus for our first of many shoots in this Jurassic Mountain-Scape. The Dolorite Geology and changing textures of flora are always different in each season.
Day 2 - Sunrise Shoot, Editing & Day Walk to Crater Lake. With our head lamps on at the crack of the sparrows fart we will awaken with a glorious sunrise. The stillness of the lake and the dramatic skies always promises to be a relaxing and memorable experience. The surrounding fauna and streams along the 2 hour bush walk are perfect for a long exposure.
Day 3 - Arthur's Lake Afternoon/Evening Shoot + Editing. Also know as the drowned forest. This place nestled up in the highland lakes offers a unique landscape. An anglers paradise for trout fishing. Hydro Tasmania pumps water from these lakes back to the mainland. The eerie melancholic look of the Gum trees and the calm water contrast for the ultimate slow shutter shot.
Day 4 - Arthur's Lake Sunrise Shoot + Freycinet National Park Afternoon/Evening Shoot. At Coles Bay in Freycinet Lodge the jetty works well for a sunset shoot. If we are lucky with clear skies we may even catch a Milky Way Shot.
Day 5 - Sunrise Sleepy Bay + Bicheno Afternoon/Evening Shoot Ferry Pengiuns. Like most sunrise shoots we will have a look at good vantage points the day before during the day so we don't for the perfect spot in the dark. Good non slip shoes and sturdy tripod work best in these situations. Scouting the exact spot and knowing our terrain will be very helpful.
Day 6 - Drive to Eaglehawk Neck to shoot the Tesselated Pavement for a sunset and sunrise. Other surrounding locations include Tasman Arch and Devils Kitchen.
Day 7 - Russell Falls & Horseshoe Falls morning shoot at Mt. Field National Park. In Autumn the poplar trees go a canary yellow colour. The moss and fungi are plentiful so a macro lens can come in handy for those close up shots of mushrooms. Late Afternoon Departure to Hobart Airport or you can choose to stay the night in Hobart. To finish our last shot will be a short hike up to the falls and streams. The cascading ferns and emerald green moss will be our final re-charge.
We will have lunch in New Norfolk at the Patchwork Cafe which is located in the old Mental Hospital grounds. It is currently a car graveyard with loads of antique industrial archeology. From rusty tractors to skeleton trucks you will have find something interesting to photograph.
Watching the sunrise & sunsets at Freycinet National Park
Visiting the moss (May) forest and photographing Waterfalls at Mt. Field National Park
Exploring the romance of a car graveyard in New Norfolk
Long Exposures of the Lichen Boulders at Bicheno.
Discover why the Drowned forest of Arthurs Lake is an anglers paradise
Chasing the Milky Way and the crystal clear nights for astrophotography.
Emerald Green beauty of Cradle Mt. National Park
If you love travel and photography, our Tasmania Photography Tour is a chance to experience some of the world's most spectacular landscapes while learning to photograph it.
We will learn:
Advanced Editing Techniques
Deposit and Cancellation Policy (per person)
A deposit of $AUD500 per person is required to secure booking
Cancellation More than 120 days before a trip: 100% refund
Cancellation Between 120 and 30 days: 50% refund
Cancellation Less than 30 days: 0% refund
Final payment is due 120 days before the workshop/trip starts.
What to Bring: Photographic & General Gear
DSLR or hybrid digital camera
Wide angle lens 18-24 & 24-70 mm range.
Tripod & Cable Release
Dependable Portable External Drive
Laptop and power supply
Adobe Lightroom or Photoshop
ND Variable Filter 10 stops
Up to 20 kg luggage and appropriate clothing
Moderate Level of Fitness is required with around 10,000-20,000 steps a day (2-4hrs) and uneven surfaces