Steve Parish’s Nature Photography Workshop

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The Corinna Wilderness Experience is offering a once in a lifetime workshop, with keen photographers able to enhance their skills in Tasmania's pristine Tarkine region alongside Australia's most recognised nature photographer Steve Parish.

The Tasmanian Steve Parish Tarkine Photography Workshop will take place from August 18 to 23, with photographers taken on a five day journey capturing some of the most dramatic landscapes and wildlife in Australia.

Guests will stay at the beautiful Corinna Wilderness Retreat, with Steve offering daily workshops and guided photography expeditions to help enhance your creating and editing skills.

"If I were to close my eyes and revisit the highlights of my fifty year career, a three hour shoot at dawn on the Piemen [sic] River one misty morning would be right up there at the top of the list," Naturalist, author and photographer Steve Parish said.

Steve Parish is a pioneer of photo sharing in Australia, developing the largest privately-owned photographic library in Australia, housing over 650,000 images.

Parish was awarded the Order of Australia in 2008 for service to the publishing industry through the publication of nature photography, holding twenty five years of experience in teaching photography to people of all ages.

Photographers at the workshop are able to witness the majestic river for themselves, capturing their own views of the waters and its surrounds.

Highlights of the region include the fish in the Pieman, including brook trout, eels, ocean running trout and quinnat salmon, various other wildlife such as sea eagles, platypus and the odd Tasmanian devil, at least 40 waterfalls between Reece dam and the rugged West Coast, and cabins surrounded by enchanting forests.

Secure your spot in Steve's magnificent photography workshop in the ancient Tarkine by downloading your booking form!

Steve Parsh wielding a camera for a close up - Image credit: Mark Jesser & Healesville Zoo

Steve Parish - Image Credit: Wikipedia

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