Giveaway - Boora Point Landscape Photography Workshop
Vagabond is a community that is passionate about photography and in order to share that passion we are excited to announce a free landscape and seascape photography workshop with our new Creative Guides, Mitch Pearson-Goff and Siobhan Marren. At Vagabond we are about the art of giving, collaboration and sharing that happiness that photography provides. Mitch and Siobhan have joined Vagabond to share their love of landscape and seascape photography and to foster an appreciation in others for the natural environment. This event will be a teaser for more to come in 2019. This is all about building a passionate community of creatives and what better way to kick it off then with a freebie.
Where: Boora Point, NSW
Meeting Point: Fisherman’s Rd, Malabar
Date: Saturday 23 March 2019
How to score a ticket?
1. Like the above photo on instagram
2. Follow @vagabondphotographic
3. Tag two friends in the comments
You can enter as many times as you like. We will announce the winners on 13 February 2019.
Via our Escape & Create Sth Coast NSW Gathering:
A handful of tickets will be given away during the gathering.
The workshop will cover:
- equipment for landscape and seascape photography
- photography settings
- long exposure photography
After the shoot we will head to a local cafe for breakfast and to get to know each other, talk photography and run through a short post-processing workflow for Instagram.
About your guides:
Mitch is a Sydney-based landscape photographer. He was born in Sydney but grew up in Hobart, Tasmania. Growing up in a beautiful place like Tasmania has undoubtedly influenced Mitch’s photography and his affinity with the natural environment. Mitch developed an appreciation of the beauty of Tasmania from a young age and found himself naturally drawn to landscape photography. It wasn’t until later in life in 2007, when he purchased his first DLSR, that this interest in nature translated and developed into a passion for landscape photography.
Siobhan has had a camera in her hand since the late 80s, starting her career using photos to share the stories of people displaced from their homes in conflict zones throughout Central and Northern Africa. After more than one close encounter with wildlife that looked totally cute from a distance, she returned to Australia and turned her attention to landscape photography. Siobhan is passionate about exploring her own backyard and finding joy in shooting undiscovered locations right here in Sydney. Despite her lack of coordination, Siobhan can be found scrambling down rock faces up and down the coast, and has made it her personal mission to discover and share the best bacon and egg rolls the East Coast of Oz has to offer.