“If I have any ‘message’ worth giving to a beginner it is that there are no short cuts in photography.” – Edward Weston

We love this quote as it really epitomises photography in a nutshell. There certainly aren’t any short cuts in photography other than to absorb as much knowledge as you can and then practise your craft. Over time it will become second nature and you will eventually be able to pass your experience and knowledge onto others who are interested in pursuing photography.

Check out some images and testimonials from our past Photowalks & Workshops


Workshop: Get out of Auto

Date: Saturday 13 July 2019

Price: AU$50.00 per person

Group Size: min 3 – max 6

Have you ever wondered why your images never turn out the way you expect? Are you confused about the different settings and the results they will give you? Do you want to get out of AUTO settings? This is a great opportunity for those of you who want to understand camera settings and when & how to use them. This is a thorough overview of your cameras capabilities.  We have been running these workshops for a couple of years and they have been extremely successful so make sure you book a spot so you don’t miss out.

Private Tuition – Photography or Editing Software

Date: On Request

Price: from AU$110.00

Group Size: 1

Our private sessions are specifically tailored to your own personal requirements. Whether you’re looking for a private photography lesson at your home or out on location, we can help you better understand your camera, settings and photography styles such as landscape, street, travel, etc. We can also get you started with Adobe Lightroom, ON1, Aurora/Luminar or Topaz Studio. Learn how to organise, back-up, catalogue and edit your images. Sessions start from AU$110 for 1 hour to $380 for 4 hours of one-on-one training based on your requirements.

Photo Walk: Reflections

Date: T.B.A

Price: From AU$5.00 per person

Group Size: maximum 15

This photo walk is ideal for those interested in capturing different aspects using reflections. 

This photo walk is open to all levels of photography.  Date and location to be advised. 

Workshop: Autumn in Japan

Date: 12 Nov to 23 Nov 2020

Price: From AU$5,990.00 per person

Group Size: maximum 6

Experience Japan during one of the most colourful season with an array of autumn hues, sensory temples and captivating scenery at every corner. This is an ideal introductory to Japan and a wonderful location to learn and master your Travel Photography skills.

This workshop is an 11-night ‘Intro to Japan’ during autumn. To make the most of the autumn colours we propose to spend most of the time around Kyoto however have also included time in Tokyo, the Fuji Five Lakes, Nara and Osaka as well.




 I really enjoyed the workshop – both Paul and Helen are very patient but also very knowledgable and willing to share with the group. 


 The 1 on 1 workshop was amazing, well worth doing – Highly recommend. Paul & Helen are so nice & the attention to detail on how my EOS80D functioned was unreal!!  Arthur O

 Paul and Helen were amazing – very lovely, and willing to share tips and tricks for shooting. Will definitely be doing more of their walks and workshops in the future! 
Allison F

 Great, really appreciated to better learn some features of my Sony camera” Pierre

 Very good highly recommend it. Paul & Helen run a good interactive
session. Mohan S

 Good tour size this morning. Got a lot of useful advice from Paul and Helen. Another great experience.  Mario W

 Fantastic workshop, so much time and attention was given to each attendee. I would highly recommend this workshop to everyone. Each attendant was given specific information about their camera. There was plenty of time given to answer all questions and we were shown examples of all that we learned. Paul and Helen thought of everything, a nice warm cup of hot chocolate or coffee to start with on a cold morning and handing out lens cleaners before we started using our cameras. Thank you Paul and Helen, you have given me some great instructions to give me confidence and understanding to use my camera, especially on my travels we have planned.  Cynthia