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Broome Aerial Photography Experience 4 to 8 June 2024, $11,495 - SOLD OUT

Join Peter Eastway & Tony Hewitt in Broome & Derby WA. Deposit price below:
$ 995.00

Do You Want To Create Amazing Aerials? It’s both capture & post-production!

Two AIPP Grand Masters, just eight students. Only $11,495. Don’t miss out - book now!

Which is better for photography – a helicopter or a plane?

Most photographers opt for a helicopter because of the uninterrupted views out the door, but helicopters are more expensive to run and don’t offer the same range as a light plane. So we don’t actually care whether we shoot from a helicopter or a plane – as long as we can get up above our subject and look down!

There’s no doubt we started something over 10 years ago when, along with the other ND5 Photographers - Michael Fletcher, Christian Fletcher and Les Walkling, Tony and Peter produced the Shark Bay Inscription exhibition. The abstract aerials really made a splash! In fact, the Shark Bay council purchased part of the exhibition and it’s still on display at different times throughout the year at the Denham Visitor Centre.

Shark Bay is amazing, no question, but some of Tony’s even more successful photographs come from Broome and Derby where, while shooting a job for a resort, he discovered some new gems. If you like his photos in this brochure, you’ll love this helicopter aerial workshop.

There are two main reasons for choosing us and the first is the experience we offer in getting you to the best locations for your aerial photography adventure. How hard can it be? You’d be surprised at how many people fly over these areas without even seeing the images we’ve captured, plus Tony knows exactly where to go based on the weather and the tides.

The second reason for coming with us is that there are very few photographers in the world who can match the post-production skills we teach. The photographs you see in this brochure didn’t just come out of the camera. Rather, the camera is the beginning of a series of steps that includes extensive (but quite simple) post-production – and this is the key element of what we will teach in Broome.

In summary, this workshop is designed to show you exactly what we do, how we locate our subjects, take the photos and process the final images. There are no secrets – we share everything we know!

Don’t delay as we expect places to book up quickly.

Date:  4 to 8 June 2024

Venue:  Broome and Derby

Includes:  Aerial Photo flights, transfers, meals and accommodation.

Limited to 8 photographers.

Price: AUS $11,495 per person

Deposit: $995 required on booking and balance due 90 days prior to tour.

Enquiries to Kim on 02 4388 6851 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.