Wildlife Photography Workshop – Malanda FNQ

I recently saw a pamphlet at the Malanda Dairy café and gallery advertising a weekend wild life photography workshop with Steve Parish and Martin Willis. I have admired Steve’s work over a number of years – I’ve always thought of him as the ‘calendar bloke’. Martin’s work is on display in the gallery and I was very impressed. I decided to enrol and take the course.
A Pigeon 1 Frog 6 Steve Parish Stick insect 1
It was a revelation – I learned a great deal from these people. These blokes are top notch photographers, extremely passionate about their subject and photography. They had arranged for people from the wildlife centre at Kuranda to bring some animals for us to photograph and the 13 of us on the course had a lot of fun getting images of them.

Gecko 1 - Copy Martin Willis - Copy Mantis 1 King parrot 3 King parrot 1 - Copy Python 4 Python 2 Python 1

It was a privilege to spend some time with Steve and Martin – not mention Martin’s partner Samantha who looked after us very well. Here’s some happy snaps taken at the workshop – I hope you enjoy these couple of photos as much as I enjoyed taking them.

Western Australians may be interested in several workshops Steve is holding in WA in the future.

Watch this space as I start to offer photographs for sale later in the year.

One thought on “Wildlife Photography Workshop – Malanda FNQ

  1. Nola

    These photos are amazing!
    I can only check your blog occasionally as I get extremely envious of your adventure. I believe WA has some amazing coastline and National Parks and our South West is to be envied. But…. I think you are definitely widening my horizons. Every time I read your blog I want to visit all the places you are sharing with us all.
    You look extremely happy and relaxed.



Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *