These popular workshops, led by renowned wildlife photographer Chris Tzaros, are held on an occasional basis. Over the past seven years we have conducted 30 workshops – all have been fully subscribed.
The workshops cost $120, are limited to 12 participants and offer expert, personal tuition on photographic techniques and field craft.
Please contact me email@example.com if you would like to participate or be added to the waiting list for future events.
Read a biography of Chris Tzaros here.
Here is what participants have said about the workshops …
“The work shop was very welcoming and friendly. Everyone was treated equally no matter their skills or camera preference. The coordinators were professional and knowledgeable. The oral presentation was clear and concise. I enjoyed every minute. The field trip was amazing and I wished it went longer. In short it was fantastic!”
“The small size of the group is definitely a plus. You felt you had the opportunity to ask one on one questions and not be tripping over 50 other people out in the field”
“The workshop was sensational value for money and I would have no hesitation recommending it to others”
“I found it all very interesting. As a relative newbie to birding and photographing birds I was interested in all aspects, particularly learning the functions of my camera better, (I know ISO etc now!) and of course the location visit”
“Thanks for a great day – I found it really worthwhile and put some of my knowledge to practice in Tasmania very soon afterward!”
“Good mix of theoretical and practical, experience and talk, meeting other photographers”
“Already have recommended it to others, I enjoyed the day, meeting others with a similar interest & learning to not fear the DSLR”
“Absolutely excellent value – a basic Nikon class that runs from 10am to 4pm (to which you have to bring your own lunch) costs $249.00!!!”
“Yes I think it was excellent value for money. Having access to 2 highly skilled/regarded ornithologists/ecologists/ photographers & in a suitable venue/ great birding forests.”
“The best aspect was the professional approach (and knowledge) combined with a really friendly and engaging delivery. The capacity to ask questions and so make the session interactive was great.”