Cataract Gorge Reserve, or ââThe Gorgeââ as the locals call it, is a unique natural formation within a two-minute drive of central Launceston - a rare natural phenomenon in any city.
Follow a pathway along the cliff face, originally built in the 1890s, looking down onto the South Esk River. The Kings Bridge over âThe Gorgeâ was floated into place in 1867.
The First Basin, on the southern side, features a swimming pool and an open area surrounded by bushland.
The shady northern side of the First Basin, named the Cliff Grounds, is a Victorian garden where wilderness is created with ferns and exotic plants, peacocks in the trees, wallabies at dusk. This may be the nationâs most alluring urban reserve- nature is enhanced by art. Walking the Cataract Gorge gives us the opportunity to talk about whatever aspect of photography that most appeals to you. Whether it be landscape photography, closeup macro work or natural light portraiture, the Cataract Gorge has something for everyone.
You choose the time and date - on demand and subject to availability
One on one tuition - $350
Or team up with a friend - $275 each, with 2 friends - $250 each, with 3 friends - $200 each.
Start at Studio 18 Upton Street, Launceston
WHO SHOULD DO THIS COURSE
From anyone who wants to just get the best out of your camera regardless of your photographic skill level to someone who wants to take their photography to the next level.
WHAT TO BRING
Camera, tripod, lenses and any camera gear you want to discuss.
We can discuss your requirements prior to the session so that we know were we are heading, after that, the subject matter is open and we can work on it together to ensure that you are getting the information that you need.
This workshop is the ideal present for anyone with an interest in photography, regardless of skill level. Gift Vouchers are available here.
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