9 Days in Middle Earth visiting crystal turquoise lakes, towering snow capped mountains, ancient forests and thundering waterfalls.

Moeraki - Darren J Bennett

Image by Darren J Bennett

with Phillip Norman (APP) and Darren J Bennett (APP, M.Photog)

Bringing the combined experience of two Accredited Professional Photographers, both of whom have years of experience leading workshops in Australia and Internationally. Phillip lived in Christchurch for seven years and has had many trips into the South Island’s remote wilderness. Darren has had several trips to the South Island and brings an intimate knowledge of the places we will visit. Phillip and Darren have been awarded many professional photography awards. Darren has achieved the level of Master Photographer with the AIPP and in 2014 was awarded AIPP Victorian Professional ‘LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR’. Morning and night they will work with you on location and during the day in the classroom. You will have not one but two award winning instructors giving you their full attention, to guide you through the process of creating striking images from pre-visualisation through capture to processing and output.

Key Summit - Phillip Norman

Image by Phillip Norman

Dates: 8 nights, 9 days, September 3rd to September 11th, 2016 (Start Saturday morning 10am, Finish 4:00pm Sunday afternoon)

Max 10 people (minimum 6)

Investment, including all accommodation and transport ex Queenstown (does not include airfares): $2850

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Itinerary includes:
Queenstown Region
Mt Cook Region
Lindis Pass
Milford Sound
The Catlins
Moeraki
Haast Pass
Fox Glacier

* Includes accommodation, park fees, transport and fuel. All food and drink extra. Does not include airfares. Prices based on twin/triple share.
* AIPP = Australian Institute of Professional Photography

Moeraki - Phillip Norman

Image by Phillip Norman
Motukiekie - Darren J Bennett

Image by Darren J Bennett
Purakanui - Phillip Norman

Image by Phillip Norman
Lake Tasman - Darren J Bennett

Image by Darren J Bennett