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Light In The Vines Barossa Valley Photographic & Wine Tour With Denis Smith
Wed. 5 April 2017, 12:00 pm – 9:00 pm ACST
Diamonds invites you to an afternoon in the Barossa with local SA photographer and Master Light Painter, Denis Smith. Join us for a wine and photography experience in South Australia's beautiful Barossa Valley.
Shoot amazing photographs at a selection of wineries, with the guidance of Denis and Diamonds' trainer Lindsay Poland. Enjoy an afternoon meal before ending the day with a stunning sunset shoot over the Barossa, and finishing with the Denis’s iconic “Ball of Light” and a Light Painting Tutorial.
You are more than welcome to bring and shoot with your own equipment of any brand, if you dont own a camera an Olympus OMD will be provided on the day
Ticket Includes The Light In The Vines experience is a full day photography tour and hands on workshop. Ticket Includes private bus transfer from Adelaide, Wine tastings at leading Barossa wineries, A fully catered lunch at Tanunda Hotel, full day photography training by Denis Smith & Diamonds Trainers, and also access to a large selection of Olympus equipment, including your own Olympus OMD to use on the day. (You will need to contact us prior to secure)
So get away from the city and enjoy the beautiful sites of Barossa Valley!
Please Note Limited positions available, book now to avoid disappointment
What To Bring? Your Olympus OMD camera fully charged, spare batteries and tripod if you have them. (If you require an Olympus Camera or tripod please contact us prior.) Please ensure you wear comfortable shoes and suitable attire to suit weather conditions.
About Lindsay: Lindsay has been running photography workshops in Adelaide for 12 years since moving here from his native Scotland. He studied Audio Visual Technology in his home town of Edinburgh, before moving to London and then to Berlin. After owning a studio and photo lab in the UK, he then moved to Australia to pursue his passion for photography and teaching. As well as conducting training for Diamonds, he also conducts the photography training program for Adelaide Zoo.
About Denis: Denis Smith bought his first camera in 2009, and during the same year a huge life change saw him leave his home town of Auckland to make a new start in Adelaide, South Australia. The move away from Auckland and a high flying corporate life allowed Denis the time and space to deal with the depression, alcohol abuse and lifestyle that almost killed him. Photography quickly became the creative outlet that allowed him to replenish both mind and soul.
Within his remarkably short photography career, Denis has established a successful commercial photography and video production business, and has become an integral part of the global light painting community. He is renowned as one of the worlds most prolific light painters, and continues to inspire photographers of all ages and experience to explore and push the boundaries of their own creativity. Denis is super passionate about spreading the light around the globe, holding workshops across Australia and Europe, with plans reaching into North America and Asia. With an uncompromised openness about his own mental health issues, he brings art, nature and people together whilst influencing mental health acceptance and equanimity.
“Gear Doesn’t Matter” is the mantra Denis preaches. He loves working with beginner photographers with the most basic equipment and leading them into the night to create ethereal and mind blowing images. He believes photography should be inclusive and that we live in an incredible age where everyone, young and old, can create stunning images that spark joy and enthusiasm deep within.
For more info about Denis Check Out denissmith.com.au
Location Details: Barossa Valley Region, Wineries announced shortly. Please meet Diamonds Photography Trainers At PJ O Briens - 14 East Tec Adelaide.
Departure - Bus Leaves from PJ O Briens on East Tec
Cancellation: 48 hours notice is required to reschedule. Failure to provide notice within this period of time will result in your voucher being forfeited. The course will normally operate in all but exceptional weather conditions, in the event of severe weather we will contact you and transfer your booking to another date.