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Karijini Workshop 2012

8 Aug 2011 at 1:55pm

Karijini National Park

It’s happening again, the now famous Karijini Workshop held by myself and two Grand Master Photographers Tony Hewitt and Peter Eastway. We are taking expressions of interest and the finer details are being worked out this week. If you are keen to get on this workshop please email me christianfletcher@westnet.com.au and I will add you to our list. The dates will be the 22nd of April 2012 to the 25th of April. Four days of shooting talking, post production, printing and learning all there is to know about photography. You will need to get to the eco retreat the day before on the 21st and leave on the morning of the 26th. Anzac day is in there so you don’t need to take too much time off of work.

We only have 15 places available and 5 of those are gone already.

Here is what people have said about our last Karijini workshops.

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


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HOT Damned HOT!!!

14 Feb 2010 at 9:22am

I put the spelling mistake down to cyanide poisoning!!! ok, so no more he can’t spell stuff, a man is not a dictionary you KNOW!!!

The name says it all! We stopped at this scene about 80kms inland from Marble Bar. I took this handheld stitch pretty quickly as at the time I thought I was going to drop dead from Cyanide poisoning. If you get a good dose of that stuff you would be dead in a matter of minutes. I wish I had thought a bit more about entering a mine site without checking it was ok, never again, I can’t handle the stress!! Oh and the heat…. note to self, next assignment to be in a less extreme location!! Poor Pete went from Antarctica to the hottest place in WA.

Shot with the amazing Nikon D3x and 24-70mm lens, love it!

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