Many of you have asked what happens during one of our Photographic Retreats. Over the next couple of weeks, I am going to take you through each session, and the resulting images.
Scenic Rim Retreat, 2pm Friday, November 22, 37 degrees, Milford
Participants have successfully found their way to the delightful Church B&B, and are greeted by Suzanne and Tony, as well as Harry, the owner of the Church. A quick tour and freshen up, and the Education session begins. Starting with a getting to know you, each participant shares their goals for the weekend, followed by a Landscape Photography session.
Newly learned skills in mind, the intrepid travellers embark on the first sunset photoshoot of the Retreat. To a stunning little vista just 5 minutes from the Church. Accompanied by french champagne, cheese and pate, the participants take the time to scope, compose, select settings and shoot.
A delightfully cool and relaxing end to a scorcher of a day. Everybody is happy with the images they have managed to achieve, so back to the Church for a gourmet welcome BBQ and drinks. Image discussions and getting to know you carried on for the evening before an early retirement in preparation for the sunrise to come.
Each of these images is taken at a similar place, with different focal lengths and different times.
Each image is taken on a Canon Mk111, with 70-200mm lens. Approx 30 minutes from the first to last.
Outside the Church for a welcome reception.
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