Archive For: Workshops

Workshop Terms & Conditions

Workshop Terms and Conditions   Refund Policy   In the event of a tour cancellation another tour within 6 months will be offered or refund will be provided. To secure your booking full payment at time of booking is required.   Should you need to cancel your participation in a workshop notification should be made ... Read More

Digital SLR Workshops

Get the full Picture – using your Digital SLR Own a Digital SLR Camera but only feel confident using “Auto” or “Program Mode”?           Did you know that two thirds of New Digital SLR camera owners only shoot in “Auto” or “Program Mode?” – source Sony survey of amateur photographers. Take ... Read More

China Photography Tour – Yellow Mountain

Photography Tour –      Yellow Mountain – China 19 – 26 October 2013     Come on a photographic lifetime adventure to Yellow Mountain in China with Master Photographer James Harvie as your tour guide. James Harvie Photography has collaborated with Premier Towns Travel to offer you this amazing experience.   Photograph one of the most ... Read More

Pinnacles Photographic Workshops

Australian Landscape Photography locations don’t get much better than The Pinnacles. This coast is so dramatic and windswept and is just itching to be photographed. It’s a tricky place to find and you do need to be pretty fit and willing for some climbing. But the results speak for themselves. Below are some images from ... Read More

Photography workshops for Beginners

Did you know that 2/3rds of  Digital SLR camera users ( yes these are generally the cameras with inter changeable lens systems)  just photograph with the camera in Program or Auto mode. You know the feeling. You’ve spent some good coin on some state of the art camera equipment and your feeling pretty good about ... Read More

Landscape Photography Workshops Mornington Peninsula

We have been hunting out over the winter months some of the best spots to hold our Landscape Photography workshops. Winter months give you soft light and can offer some stunning cloud formations. I’m always hoping for an overcast sky to avoid blow out lights in my shots. Winter also means you avoid the crowds. ... Read More