Sapphire Coast NSW Workshop
Capture Australia's wild Sapphire Coast NSW with photographer Jarrod Castaing
Experience an immersive 4 day photography workshop capturing New South Wales dramatic Sapphire Coast, from the wild ocean quarry at Bombo and Cathedral Rocks at Kiama, to the rugged Horsehead and Camel Rocks at Bermagui, with internationally award-winning landscape photographer Jarrod Castaing.
A personal hands-on workshop where everyone can share and participate - shoot by day, process by night. With a small group and dedicated tuition from Jarrod throughout the trip, the focus is to be in the right place at the right time and sharing a passion for capturing beautiful images together.
Spouses and non-photographing travel companions are welcome. Suitable for photographers of all experience levels from beginners to amateurs and professionals. All participants receive exclusive discounts on NiSi Filters.
19 - 22 Mar 2021 ** EARLY-BIRD SPECIAL **
4 - 7 Sept 2020 ** SOLD OUT **
Duration: 4 days / 3 nights
Group size: 4-6 participants
Price: $1,190 AUD
Deposit: $290 AUD to reserve your spot (non-refundable unless someone replaces you)
Horsehead Rock, Camel Rocks, Glasshouse Rocks, Bombo, Cathedral Rocks and more.
Includes: 3 Nights Accommodation (2 share), Pro Photo Guide and Tuition.
Excludes: Meals, Insurance, Transport (carpooling available).
Experience: Beginners to Professionals
Fitness: Moderate - Rock hopping required
Commences: Kiama, NSW
Concludes: Bermagui, NSW
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ read reviews
Can't decide? Get the Itinerary »
· Professional Photo Guide
· Tuition & Post-Processing
· Accommodation (shared)
· Transport (carpooling options available)
· Beginners to Professionals
What to Bring:
· Digital Camera
· Lenses (e.g. Wide angle, Telephoto zoom)
· Filters (e.g. Neutral Density, Graduated, Polarizer)
· Laptop (with Lightroom & Photoshop)
· Suitable clothing (for wet and dry conditions)
· Suitable footwear
Any Questions? Ask us
Suggested Workshops & Tours· New Zealand 2020
· Iceland Aurora 2021
· Lofoten Winter 2021
· Patagonia 2021