Full Day – Macro Photo Workshop 2019-06-06T17:31:19+00:00


Please call +61-439793710 or email: freundimages@gmail.com

Where: We will spend the day in the Australian Butterfly Sanctuary in Kuranda.

Workshop time: Start at 9:45 am to 16:00 pm

Price: AUD 295.- per person.

Number of Participants: min 2 – max 6 participants

Selfdrive only

In this Full Day Macro Photo Workshop you will learn how to use your macro photo equipment and enter the amazing realm of the small world.



Workshop includes:

  • Tea and coffee provided

What to bring?

  • Please bring your own lunch
  • Please bring your digital SLR with a dedicated macro lens, or a zoom lens with macro capabilities and any other macro equipment you own. Please also bring your camera manual. The easiest way is to download a pdf version from the manufacturers website and load it onto your smart phone, computer or tablet.
  • Any flash equipment and light modifiers such as soft boxes or reflectors.
  • Don’t forget your memory cards, batteries and chargers.
  • A sturdy tripod.
  • A cable release.
  • If you are planning to make a major lens or camera purchase but still have some nagging questions? Please email me at freundimages@gmail.com for advise.

How will the weather be and what clothes and general equipment to bring?

  • Even though we live in the tropical part of Australia, the Tablelands can be quite chilly in winter at night. The days are really quite pleasant and we may be walking through some of the rainforest and creeks.
  • Bring comfortable walking shoes.
  • Please bring rain gear like a lightweight jacket or poncho. Just in case the weather turns bad.
  • It’s actually a good idea to bring a small collapsible lightweight umbrella to be able to keep shooting even if it drizzles or rains. Keep this tucked in your camera backpack at all times.
  • Bring a water bottle or better yet a flask or thermos for coffee or tea to bring with you.
  • Insect repellant
  • Hat and sunscreen.



What will we do?

  • We will start with a show-and-tell of equipment.
  • How to set up lighting equipment for a balanced and creative macro shoot.
  • What lenses are used for what result. Extension rings, close up lenses, simple and advanced set-ups.
  • What is it all about depth of field? What about focus stacking?
  • There are plenty of butterflies in the sanctuary to play with.

The group!

  • We keep our Photo Workshops small with a minimum of 2 to a maximum of 6 participants. This will ensure in-depth learning experience and plenty of one-on-one tutoring.

* Workshop subject to changes