8 Feb 2013 at 9:17pm
Peter Eastway, Tony Hewitt and myself are running, for the 4th year, our Karijini workshop.
Karijini is arguably one of Australia’s best shooting locations. This will be my 9th trip I think. If you want to come along and learn and take amazing photos head on over to Peters website and book your spot.
Dates are from the 11th to the 14th of April 2013
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This almost aerial abstract was shot in one of the gorges. The colours and patterns of the rock are amazing, with a bit of post production you have a nice image to hang on any wall.
4 Apr 2011 at 9:11pm
The top of Weano Gorge the morning before the workshop started. Never get sick of that view. The Phase One really is worth every cent you spend on it. Nothing compares to that spectacular detail it delivers.
Karijini is made for medium format cameras. It is complex, cluttered and full of detail. Only the Phase can deliver results that stand up at huge sizes. I am in love with that quality. The side effect unfortunately you want to see every photo BIG. Printing costs become a problem, just as well I don’t control the finances or I would have to care!!!! My office is becoming a shrine of discarded prints, just the way I like it!
24 Feb 2011 at 10:32am
We have had some spot become available for our world famous workshop to Karijini National Park. If you can make it I need to know asap. The details are:-
Dates are the 24th of March 2011 through to the 27th
Cost will be $2780 for the workshop Tuition
Food and accommodation will be $170 per day and consists of shared accommodation and three meals a day. This is to be paid directly to the Karijini Eco Retreat.
We cover everything you need to know about capturing images, RAW conversion, post production with software like photoshop, nik, and others and finally teach you the critical stuff like colour management and fine art printing. It is a full on 4 days with two shoots a day and classes in between shooting. Great fun and to be in that location is awesome.
Here is what others said about the workshop
Thanks so much Christian, Peter and Tony. Can’t believe how much I learnt and improved. I’m revisitng all of my images taken prior to the workshop, that’s how far I progressed. For anyone reading this and thinking of going next year, it was awful, don’t bother coming!! #evil laughter, patting of fluffy white cat# Darriene
Good to see you made it back safely. It was an amazing weekend, the instructors, participants and the location is out of this world. I stopped in at Hamersley gorge and that is also an amazing place that we didn’t get to in the workshop. Andre Joanisse
Thanks for a brilliant long weekend, I really needed an atmosphere like that to spur me on. I think we all learnt something from each other, including the instructors. Matthew Inman
Mate love to join you three jokers again in 2011 picked up heaps last workshop. Andrew Stevens
Come and join us, it will be a fantastic experience again and with all the water that they have had the waterfalls will be amazing
22 Apr 2010 at 4:50pm
Kalamina Gorge, Karijini
1 Apr 2009 at 12:47pm
Well it is official, I will be part of a workshop in April next year. It is going to be held at Karijini and joining me will be Peter Eastway and Tony Hewitt. The details are still being finalized but it will be for 4 days, cost $3500 which includes accommodation, all meals and tuition from three of Australias most creative landscape photographers. It is going to be an amazing event and you will come away with knowledge that will fast track you to being the best photographer on the planet. There will be giveaways, and heaps of sledging. The ultimate learning workshop in probably Australias most photogenic landscape. We are limiting numbers to only 18 people and three of those spots are filled already.
If you want more details or wish to put your name down to join us let me know asap.
Course update: 16 spots now filled, get in before it is too late.
Download this reference from fellow photographer Mark Stothard on a Christian Fletcher Workshop. christians-reference