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Thursday, June 13, 2013

Photography And Art Tour - Pilbara - 10-24 August 2013

"I always travel with my diary. One should always have something sensational to read on the train'
Oscar Wilde

The 2013 Photography and Art Tour of the Pilbara runs from the 10-24 August.
The Medical Arts Association of Western Australia, in conjunction with the Casey Tours have put together what promises to be an outback adventure that will foster your art and rejuvenate your spirits.

Accomplished artist, Ross Paterson will lead those with armed with canvas and paints to capture the beauty of the Australian outback and the drama of Karijini Gorge.

I'll lead the team of photographers bedecked with cameras. lenses and tripods to record digitally (and on film) the people, landscapes, wildlife and night skies of our journey.

Our journey takes us through the real Australian outback:

  • Payne's Find
  • Mount Magnet
  • Cue
  • Big Bell
  • Day Dawn
  • Walga Rock
  • Meekatharra
  • Newman
  • Dale Gorge
  • Fortescue Falls
  • Red Gorge
  • Oxer lookout
  • Millstream
  • Fortescue River
  • Python Pool
  • Mount Augustus
  • Cobra Station
  • Gascoyne River
  • Gascoyne River
  • Coomberdale Wildflower Farm   ....  and more
Most nights are spent camping under the Southern Cross with camp fires, hearty meals, a glass or red and some tall stories. 

As a professional photographer, professional teacher and someone who has lived, worked and photographed in remote regions,  A part of the photographic schedule includes
  • Detailed briefing notes for all participating photographers
  • A half-day pre-departure workshop on Outback Photography
  • 'Show and Tell' sessions en route
  • Mini workshops
  • Daily hints, tips and motivators
  • Guiding you with 'What went wrong?' images
Dale Neill assisting Louisa Panetta on tour. (photo:Phil Hawkins)

No matter what level you are - a beginner with a tiny compact or a seasoned photographer with a DSLR and a bag of lenses there will be something to learn and something to challenge you.
There are just a couple of places remaining. on the tour.For a detailed itinerary or other details please contact me on 9430 6422 or 0407 082 371.

Dale Neill

'For me, the camera is a sketch book, an instrument of intuition and sponaneity'
Henri Cartier-Bresson

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