Fine Art Landscape Photography & Workshops
Jarrod Castaing is one of Australia's leading landscape photographers known for his vibrant images of rugged mountains, thundering waterfalls and endless panoramic vistas.
With archival papers and expertly crafted frames, his hand-finished limited edition prints make use of the finest photographic materials available, combined with the utmost care and attention to detail.
Jarrod contributes to National Geographic publications and gallery exhibitions worldwide including the Smithsonian Natural History Museum in Washington D.C. His museum quality landscape photographs are held in collections around the globe. Jarrod is currently living and exhibiting his fine art landscapes in Sydney, Australia.
Photography workshops are a fantastic opportunity to learn with Jarrod on an adventure to some of the world's most stunning photographic locations.
Having had the privilege of shooting in over 50 countries, Jarrod's knowledge will guide you to spectacular landscapes, while experiencing a unique and personal insight into his photography and process. Almost every one of Jarrod's landscape photo workshops includes repeat clients which is a true testiment to his approach and style to both teaching and travelling.
His annual photography tours include chasing the Northern Lights in Iceland, the arctic beaches in Lofoten Norway, and capturing the colours of Autumn in both New Zealand and Patagonia in South America.
Jarrod Castaing is an international award-winning Australian professional landscape and nature photographer based in Sydney. Specialising in breathtaking landscape photography and photo workshops from our amazing world.
Jarrod is a seasoned traveller and photo educator, having been fortunate enough to travel through over 50 countries (and counting!) his passion is sharing the beauty of nature with others. He has camped in the deserts of the Middle East, endured icey winters hunting the Northern Lights in the Arctic and even survived an unfriendly scorpion bite in the remote regions of Africa. All to capture and share the beauty of our natural world.