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Tasmanian Photography Workshops

I run several photo workshops in stunning Tasmania every year.

They range from 3 to 5 days and are a great way to immerse yourself in photography with a bunch of like-minded people.

Beginners welcome

We are all learning ! Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned photographer, there is something for everyone in these photographic experiences.

One day photo tours from Hobart

A whole day of photography with a professional  in the field !
Mount Field or Tasman Peninsula depending on weather and preferences.
$495 per person (min 2 people – max 4 people)

Lightroom editing sessions

Contact me if you are interested in one-on-one or small group teaching sessions.
Prices start at $198 per 2 hours per person.

Email for bookings:


Email me for enquiries or call me on 0414 612 716  🙂


“I have taken photos for as long as I can remember! I have a Diploma of Photography but really hardly any formal training. In 2015 (May), I attended the Bay of Fires 5 Day photography workshop. As we approached the Lodge a pod of dolphins surfed, we photographed ‘cotton wool’ water that night as well as an AURORA and milky way at 7.30 pm. I saw sunrises that would bring a tear to your eye, rivers more beautiful than I have ever seen before. I saw the moon rise as the sun did. This beauty combined with the expertise of of Rob and Loic and no other commitments provided the PERFECT combination to grow, learn and improve no matter what your level. Rob and Loic were fun, informative and helpful and I can’t wait to do another workshop with them.”


“As a novice photographer, I am grateful for the one-on-one guidance, which started right from the basics. From finding a subject and working out composition, how to set up a tripod, and which lens and camera settings to use. Being able to get help throughout the workshop both in the field and while travelling/processing meant that I kept learning and consolidating throughout the trip. I am also thankful for being able to borrow a tripod, an umbrella and a macro lens to try out so I could get more out of the experience.”