A few weekends ago I ran a photo workshop with Matthew Jones, one of Australia’s top wildlife photographers, and Rob Blakers, my friend and business partner at Wild Island.

We spent 3 days roaming the Tasman and Forestier Peninsula in Tasmania photographing birds, wombats, seals and even dolphins. The weather was challenging at times but we certainly made the most of it.

Matthew’s intimate knowledge of wildlife behaviors as well as a very skillful photographic technique made this workshop a fantastic experience. I have always had a soft spot for wildlife photography but spending 3 days along side Matthew improved my understanding and technique substantially.

We hope to run a similar workshop next year so send me an email if you want to know when the workshop is launched. info@lophoto.com

I’ll be adding images to this page over the next 2 weeks so come back to check it.

The team getting ready

Matthew Jones getting his wildlife photography equipment ready.


Matthew’s 500mm on boogie board… very clever !


Author loic

Loic Le Guilly is a photographer based in Hobart, Tasmania. His photographic pursuits are wide and varied from commercial and architecture, to nature, night-sky and even 360 VR panoramas.

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