There’s nothing to taking pictures, right? You just point and shoot.
Wrong. The latest dedicated and mobile phone cameras might have taken some of the hard work out of the technical stuff. But the art is another story.
The good news is that with a bit of patience and practice, anyone can become a good photographer. Especially when you’ve got a subject as full of colour and variety as our wildflowers in season.
That’s why you won’t want to miss the West Travel Club Wildflower Photography Walk with experienced photographers and West Travel Club stalwarts Stephen Scourfield and Mogens Johansen.
With clear, sunny days ahead and the WA’s brilliant wildflower season upon us, Stephen and Mogens use years of landscape experience to share tips and tricks in Kings Park 9am-12pm Sunday September 8.
After coffee and a briefing, they walk will stop at specific spots where techniques will be taught. Think about focal lengths, controlling depth of field, HDR and more – and learn how to capture WA’s beautiful wildflowers, and put them in perspective of our unique landscape.
It’s a free event. But there is a catch. You have to be a West Travel Club Gold Member to attend. Of course if you’re not, you can always join. Oh, and we only have room for 20 people.
For bookings and how to become a Gold Member, visit West Travel Club. And happy snapping!