Last weekend I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to help run a Landscape Photography Workshop as part of the FujiXAus group. The workshop was headed by our amazing James Posilero and organised by our Perth Admin - Gus Potenza. This took months in the making and I was glad that it went off without a hitch.
Landscape photography has always been an interest of mine ever since I took up photography a few years ago. Besides taking a few landscape shots of places where I just happened to be and the light happened to be amazing, I had never done a ‘dedicated’ landscape shoot before. After going through the workshop with James, I have now realised how little I knew about landscape photography.
The itinerary of the workshop involves 2 locations - one for sunset and one for sunrise. For sunset, our location was Canal Rocks, and Sugarloaf Rock for sunrise. This blog post will predominantly cover the behind the scene shots from both locations. I will share the result of my photos in the next one so stay tuned.
For our sunset location, we headed to Canal Rocks. I have been down to this region multiple times now, but this is the first time that I had visited Canal Rocks.
It had been an epic weekend for me. A big thank you to James for guiding and sharing his knowledge with us. If you haven’t yet, make sure you check out his website. His dedication to his craft really shines through the photos he captured. And also a massive shout out to everyone that attended. Couldn’t have asked for a better group of people to join us for our first workshop. Thank you all!
As for the end results, I am still going through the photos and trying to pick out the ones I am happy with. I will share these photos in my next blog, so keep an eye out for that.
Until next time!