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Narooma Deep Learning Photo Workshop with Len Metcalf & Peter Eastway, 6 to 10 May 2024 $5450

Two Completely Different Approaches To Photography -
One Amazing Stretch Of Pristine Coastline
$ 450.00

Take your photography to the next level with Peter Eastway and Len Metcalf’s World Famous Narooma ‘Deep Learning’ Photography Workshop. 

Okay, okay, so maybe our Narooma Photo Workshop isn’t quite world famous, but we do have photographers attending from all over Australia and New Zealand!

Len and Peter have two completely different ways of shooting, creating and producing their images, but they have the same passion for teaching and photography!

On some photo tours and workshops, the emphasis is on the location and travelling around. While lots can be learned, there aren’t many opportunities to refine post-production or discuss the philosophy and theory of photography. This is where the Narooma Deep Learning Photography Workshop is different. We include structured classroom sessions when we build your skills to capture and create better photographs.

The daily timetable begins and ends with location shoots timed for the magical light at the start and end of each day. In between, you will be stimulated with inspiring presentations and ample time for processing and printing your work. Yes, printing! We will take your files and make prints with Canson Infinity paper and an Epson SC-P906 printer. Pluse there will be lots of time for discussions and critiques of your photographs. Please bring your portfolio along for feedback, if you wish!

The workshop is based in Narooma at the Amooran Motel, sitting on the cliff edge next to the golf course. We have amazing views, a wonderful meeting room with plenty of space for our computers and a printer, and a choice of eating in or eating out as there’s plenty of variety. It’s a great trip - why don’t you join Len and Peter and take your photography to the next level?

Narooma Deep Learning Photo Workshop

5 days/4 nights - 6 to 10 May 2024

Price: AUS$5,450 (deposit of AUS$450 on booking and balance due 90 days before the tour)

Price includes the following:

  • Photographic Counsel
  • Accommodation at Narooma and all meals

Maximum of 10 photographers

For further information contact Kim Valenti

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Phone: +61 2 4388 6851