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Run away for the weekend soaking in the essence of rural life. Capture the luminous light, textures and colours of our wheatbelt. The curve in a country track leading to an historic church, the character in the old world Beverley Railway Station and the "contre-jour" images using ethereal light is just a taste of what this weekend escape entails.


Join Master photographer/storyteller and UWA presenter Dale Neill along with much loved & well sought after professional photographer Angie Roe, an AIPP accredited photographer who has just been nominated for the 2018 Avon Valley Business Excellence Awards.


Our intimate group will explore the backroads and byways of the wheatbelt in winter during the day, post sunset shoot drinks in the front bar, then an evening of dining, laughing and storytelling presentations set in a classical colonial dining room.


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Date: 25/26 August 2018

Location: Greenhills

Start:10am Sat 25th August at Greenhills

Finish: 2pm Sun 26th August in York

Group size: Max 15

Leaders: Dale Neill and Angie Roe


Suitable for beginners, intermediates & advanced photographers.

You will need:

DSLR camera

Lenses

Tripod

Fully charged batteries

Cleared memory cards

Remote Release (optional)

Lens hood

UV Filter


Clothing:

Sneakers

Boots or flat walking shoes

Rain Jacket

Warm casual clothes

Hat and/or beanie


INCLUDED: Photographic tuition, notes, morning tea on arrival and lunch on Saturday & continental breakfast on Sunday morning.

NOT INCLUDED: Transport & Accommodation*, drinks and evening meal on Saturday, morning tea and lunch on Sunday.

*FCCP has arranged special rates for our participants at the historic Greenhills Tavern. Phone Apryl Longford on 9641 4095 once you have booked our workshop to secure your bed for the night!




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