INSPIRATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHIC TOURS AND WORKSHOPS ACROSS THE WORLD…
The Inspire Landscapes Photo Tours and Workshops cater for photographers who are looking to indulge in their love of photography. You’ll spend your days exploring the best of these spectacular locations. You’ll fast track your learning for the art of photography with plenty of one-on-one tuition from our guides, photographing hidden locations you won’t find yourself, and learning how to get the very best from your camera. Valuable critique sessions allow you to learn immediately, as well as learning from like-minded participants on these tailor-made tours and workshops, limited exclusively to just 8 participants only. Book now.
Bright, in the heart of the Victorian High Country, is known for it’s wineries, fabulous food and autumn colours. You’ll spend four days exploring this region and all it has to offer. Not only will you be photographing the stunning autumn colours, but given that some of Victoria’s best high country landscapes are within easy reach of Bright, you’ll photograph them too! Sunrise over Mount Buffalo, sunset at Mount Hotham and an early shoot in the fog at Mount Beauty! What more could you ask for??? CLICK HERE for more information.
There is plenty to photograph in this region, from the classic views across Dove Lake to Cradle Mountain at both sunrise and sunset to the ancient glacial walls from years gone by. You’ll spend the days photographing on the Dove Lake cirque walk, one of Australia’s BEST day walks; photographing Mount Kate Hut, an old loggers hut and a photographer’s dream; Lake Hanson and Hanson’s Peak (for the more adventurous!); the rainforest moss and fungi of the Ballrooom Forest and Crater Falls; explore the ancient rainforest and waterfalls that surround the Cradle Mountain Lodge where we stay; and finally we’ll visit the Wilderness Gallery, Australia’s largest landscape photography gallery. CLICK HERE for more information.
This promises to be a fantastic Great Ocean Road photography workshop as we explore one of Australia’s premier landscape photography locations, the Great Ocean Road. Home to the world-famous 12 Apostles and dramatic coastal scenery, you’ll photograph in the early morning and late afternoon to capture the best light. The rest of the time we’ll show you our techniques to produce professional images and critique your images to help you improve your photography beyond your wildest dreams.
The beauty of this Great Ocean Road photography workshop is that we have opportunities to photograph some of the most spectacular locations on the Great Ocean Road – the 12 Apostles, London Bridge, Gibson’s Steps and Wreck Beach – which are all at our doorstep.
Come with us on an intoxicating journey into the real India through a timeless land that is both exotic and intriguing.
Travel to a country where the sights, sounds, hustle and bustle of the cities contrast against the open plains of the Rajasthani desert, the calm waters of the Keralan backwaters and the dizzying heights of the Himalaya’s.
You will be left breathless by some of India’s world heritage monuments and be overwhelmed by India’s monument to love, the Taj Mahal.
8 to 12th April 2015
You’ll photograph for five days as you explore the magic of Karijini. Stunning landscapes featuring deep gorges, stunning waterfalls, silent waterholes and rugged mountain ranges, Karijini is known for it’s unique landscapes.
You’ll learn more about photography on location as you capture stunning landscape images to take home and cherish forever. You’ll download your images each day for your own critique from your leader Tom Putt, an award-winning landscape photographer of 15 years.
Stunning landscapes featuring gorges, waterfalls, waterholes and mountain ranges, the Kimberley is known for it’s unique landscape. We’ll be flying into Kununurra and photographing sunset at the stunning Mirrima National Park (see below). The following day we’ll head straight out to Emma Gorge resort where we’ll spend the next two days exploring El Questro Wilderness Park and the nearby Cockburn Ranges. Then we’ll head down the road to one of The Kimberley’s most iconic landscapes, the Bungle Bungles. Home to the bee-hive rock domes that dominate the eastern Bungle Bungles. We’ll spend another two days with helicopter flights and walks through this fantastic region. CLICK HERE for more information.
Morocco offers such geographical diversity that you can leave the beautiful beaches of Agadir in the morning to find yourself at the foot of the Oukmaiden ski slopes in the afternoon, before coming back down to experience a beautiful evening in the palm groves of Marrakech.
When seen from the sky, Morocco – inserted between the Mediterranean and the Atlantic – has a long strip of mountains which runs from East to West before embedding itself in the sand at Mauritania. The landscapes are very varied and astonishing: the vertiginous snowy peaks of the (upper) High Atlas mountains, the crags and gullies of the Rif massifs, the dense forests of oaks and thuyas of the central plateau, the fertile plains of the Meseta, the arid lands of the high plateaus, the almost desert steppes and luxurious oases of the Souss basin and the Saharan sand dunes. It is magical!
10 to 17th October 2015
This is a sensational adventure into Nepal. A land of mystery and tradition, mystics and mountains, rivers and jungles. Join us as we explore the ancient towns and villages of the Kathmandu valley, spend time in hilltop villages with magical mountain views at dawn. Chill out in laid back Pokhara surrounded by the most spectacular lakes and mountains. Take a mountain flight into the heart of the majestic Himalayan ranges. Above and beyond all of this, you will experience a unique culture with some of the friendliest people you will ever meet. This trip caters to all levels of photography skill. We happily welcome those with little experience that require lots of help and advice. We also welcome experienced amateur and professional photographers that just want some great locations to visit. Experience Nepal on this small tour, fully escorted by a western tour leader, Tom, your Photography expert and a full time Nepalese Tour Guide. We also have the service of local porters and guides for various activities.
25th November to 3rd December 2015
Prague is such an amazing city. Rich in history, architecture and culture, it seems that everywhere you point your camera there’s a spectacular photo on offer. Prague, described as the historical pearl of Europe, is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. A myriad of architectural styles with its wealth of monuments, a city filled with music, romance and nostalgia, Prague is a modern city full of life!
The South Island of New Zealand is a landscape photographer’s paradise!!
From steep mountain ranges to turquoise-blue glacial lakes, New Zealand offers the landscape photographer countless opportunities. You’ll visit Mount Cook, New Zealand’s highest mountain and it’s surrounding glacial lakes; Arrowtown this quant town is a photographer’s dream; Lake Pukaki and Lake Tekapo, two turquoise-blue lakes that have to be seen to be believed; Key Summit, a stunning lookout over the Darran Ranges in Fiordland; and what about Milford Sound??? You’ll enjoy a gorgeous morning cruise on the sound, well before all the crowds get there – you’ll feel like you have the place to yourself!! CLICK HERE for more information.
Uluru Central Australia – the Red Centre – is one of Australia’s most iconic and diverse landscapes. Home to the world-famous rock Uluru/Ayers Rock, this area has much to offer the landscape photograper. Sunrise and sunset on Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas), one of Australia’s best day walks at Kings Canyon, West MacDonnell Ranges (Ormiston Gorge and Redbank Gorge) and Rainbow Valley – this workshop has it all. NOBODY offers this workshop visiting all these places! Expect rich red landscapes, stunning sunsets, clear night skies, and plenty of time to photography this region. Photographing these landscapes in spring allows for cool mornings and soft golden light, following by mild days which allows us to comfortably be out all day photographing.
GUEST LEADER – Julie Fletcher, outback landscape photographer.
SMALL GROUP SIZES (up to 8 participants only) for expert one-on-one photography tuition. As a result most photography workshops book out months in advance!
Suitable for ALL LEVELS of photography from first timers (even without a camera!) to professionals
You’ll participate in valuable group and individual photography CRITIQUE SESSIONS that allow you to learn immediately and improve your photography for the shooting for the next day
You’ll visit all the TOP locations at the VERY BEST times to photograph
You’ll have AMPLE TIME to photograph the best locations
You’ll photograph HIDDEN locations that you won’t find by yourself
Your ALL INCLUSIVE photography workshop comes with courtesy pickup from the airport
You’ll stay in LUXURY accommodation in your own private suite (no camping here!)
ALL your meals included
Your National Park/entrance fees are included
You’ll receive a $100 GIFT VOUCHER towards your print of choice from Brilliant Prints
Hi I consider myself part of the new generation of panoramic landscape photographer. I am passionate and wildly enthusiastic about photography, having spent the last 17 years exploring all parts of Australia to photograph panoramic images.
I first fell in love with photography at age 13. I photographed wildlife as an amateur before leaving university to pursue a career in sports photography. In 1998, I was fortunate enough to take the eye of Australia’s leading sports photography agency, Sport the Library. In this time covering sport, I covered over 300 events in a three-year period, including the Sydney 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
My passion has always been in panoramic landscape photography. I first photo shoot as a landscape photographer was walking the Overland Track in 1997. Since then, I have travelled extensively across Australia and New Zealand photographing landscapes in panoramic format.
I am a Master of Photography and have won over 100 Awards in both International and National Competitions – see my awards here. In 2005, I was the only Australian to be Highly Commended in the world’s most prestigious wildlife photographic competition, the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
In 2014, I was awarded both the International Landscape Photographer of the Year Runner-up and the International Landscape Photograph of the Year Runner-up.
See more of my bio here.