This workshop has been on the cards since 2020 and was originally planned for 2021, however world events have pushed this back yet another year!
We're feeling reasonably confident the workshop will be able to go ahead on our planned dates in April 2022, at least for those coming from New Zealand and Australia, but hopefully internationally as well.
Limited to just eight attendees each, two back-to-back workshops will run over three full days, providing plenty of opportunity for classroom presentations, inspirational chats, real-life shoots and editing tips and tricks.
We’ll be covering all things dog photography shooting and editing, with an intermediate week and an advanced week, to ensure our attendees are on a similar level.
We have a beautiful little conference room in Arrowtown organised for our classroom time and the workshops are set to take place immediately before the annual Arrowtown Autumn Festival. You can expect some pretty epic shooting locations at this workshop with plenty of autumn colours!
So our attendees can book accommodation to suit their budget, this experience doesn't include accommodation. You'll need your own transport to the conference venue each day, but we'll drive you to shooting locations during the workshop, and provide lunch and snacks during the day.
We'll have full details, including pricing, available for you later this year.
Hang in there, we're just as excited as you are!
Week 1: April 13-15, 2022
Week 2: April 18-20, 2022
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Charlotte's style incorporates creative use of natural light, location and expression to produce vibrant and emotive work highly praised by her clients. In 2018, she was awarded the AIPP Queensland Epson Pet/Animal Photographer of the Year. Addicted to creating lightbulb moments for students, Charlotte has been teaching pet photographers since 2013. She relishes simplifying tricky concepts, and helping people achieve their goals by making the learning fun, practical, and positive.
Craig has been photographing pets professionally since 2001 and describes his style as giving his subjects a sense of belongingness. Originally from the Channel Island of Guernsey, Craig is now based in Christchurch, New Zealand. He has written and photographed three bestselling books and in 2018 won the title of NZIPP New Zealand Portrait Photographer of the Year. Craig loves working with others to help refine their creative style and stand out from the crowd.
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