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Improve your photography skills with expert guidance from internationally-renowned photo journalists, David Dare Parker and Martine Perret in an immersive weekend workshop at Bullo River Station.

In a series of shoots, learn to capture the action of a working cattle station through visual storytelling, while improving your knowledge of composition and lighting to get the best from landscapes and portraiture.

David and Martine will guide you on camera techniques as well as assist with digital editing in post production.

Limited to just 10 guests, this is a unique opportunity to shoot one of one of Australia’s most beautiful cattle stations, under the expert of guidance of two award-winning photographers.

A Walkley Award winning photojournalist and NIKON Ambassador, David Dare Parker has photographed for many national and international magazines including LeMonde, Stern, L’Express, Focus, Australian Geographic, The Bulletin, The New York Times, Fortune and Time Australia.  Martine covered UN peacekeeping missions in conflict zones such as Burundi, the Democratic Republic of The Congo, South Sudan and West Africa. After self-publishing her first book, a series of aerial views of the South West region titled Margaret River Region FROM ABOVE in 2014, Martine then explored Western Australia’s other regions; Goldfields-Esperance, Gascoyne, Mid West and Kimberley to publish her second book “Beyond”.

The package includes three nights at Bullo River Station, inclusive of food and beverage. Photography shoots will cover cattle station activities, helicopter aerial photography, landscape, wildlife and night photography.  David and Martine will also cover post production and camera techniques.

Dates:  24 – 27 May, 2019
Cost:  $6,200 per person


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