Len's upcoming DESTINATION WORKSHOPS
Spend a photographic weekend with Len Metcalf in Katoomba, learning his simple method for digital black and white photography. A lovely mix of classroom and location shoots. An ideal introduction to monochrome photography.
9th & 10th September 2017
"I truly want to thank YOU for such an amazing weekend. You were so generous with your time, your expertise, with sharing your work and what you think makes a good photo great, and particularly generous with yourself. That might sound a bit strange but you gave so much of yourself on the weekend and I so valued that. It's a unique experience to be able to feel the energy and the passion that drive a creative talent - and you shared that with us too. Thank you!!" - Fiona Huddleston
Love photographing flowers, well Len does too. Leura Flower Festival is an annual event centred around a series of open gardens in the Blue Mountains Australia. This small group workshop with Len Metcalf is where we immerse ourselves in flower photography for five days. Visit and shoot stunning gardens, study flower photography techniques, have your work critiqued and printed into stunning photographs.
2nd - 6th October 2017
"Len’s teaching and leadership has helped me to create a style of my own that I am comfortable with." - Dot Radley
Snow gums, glacial lakes, tumbling creeks, alpine heath and huge hydro lakes feature in this amazing location. Snow covered gums and icicle dripping creeks frozen in time may be some of the magical subjects to be photographed on this special workshop in the Snowy Mountains with Len Metcalf.
16th - 20th October 2017
"I must say I had the best time in Jindabyne, loved every minute of the workshop and especially the classroom sessions. I want to go again next year as well. Thank you both for making the workshop a huge success.
Thanks again and best regards," - Mary-Lou
Learn and explore seascape photography with this amazing workshop on the Coast of Victoria - Conducted from Port Campbell
6th - 10th November 2017
"Len is a master of adult education to the point where you assimilate information without even realising it. I was guided to focus in new areas of photography revealing strengths that I did not know I had. It challenged and stretched me well beyond any of the photographic courses I had done before." Paul Hulbert
Narooma is a popular photography destination with dramatic coastal rock formations just begging to be photographed. This five day workshop explores the coast at sunrise and sunset shoots, with the rest of the day in the classroom improving your photography technique. This always one of our most popular photography workshops so book early.
20th - 24th November 2017
"I'm still persuing the learning journey which commenced in Len's Master Class and enjoying the rewards." - Kay Gordon
A five day photography workshop studying nude photography. Workshop includes tuition and shoots with models.
4th - 8th December 2017
“Hi Len, again my thanks and appreciation for a great weekend. The subject of course was a new “adventure” for me and one totally enjoyed.” — Tom Walsh
Book Len for as little as two hours at the Waratah Street Studios in Katoomba or at the Willoughby Studio in Sydney for private photographic tuition.
"I just wanted to say how much I enjoyed the two day “course” I attended last week. You took me to some wonderful places, gave me some really clear helpful guidance in how to improve my photo’s, gave me an opportunity to see how some larger format equipment works and last but not least were great company for the two days – Thanks!”
John Alexander – Individual Photographic Tuition
A weekend with Len Metcalf at the Waratah Street Studios in Katoomba, in the stunning Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area. Here you get individual attention and we can work on the skills you identify. Photography technique, post processing, and printing. Bring a friend and save.
"I spent two full days recently with Len, learning to use a Fotoman 617 panoramic camera and an Ebony 4x5" view camera.I had never been to a photographic workshop or had any photographic tuition, and I really wasn't too sure what to expect.
Len impressed me with his extensive knowledge and mastery of various photographic techniques.He communicated well and was flexible enough to accommodate any request.I would have no hesitation in recommending Len to anybody wanting to take their photography to the next level, and with the added bonus of the Blue Mountains as the setting, you couldn't really ask for more." - Richard McLean
Len has been mentoring photographers for the past twenty years. Working on their photography aesthetic, photographs, technique, presentation and businesses. Len offers short two or three hour intensives and/or ongoing regular sessions. Regular clients understand the importance of having a critical and encouraging eye pour over their work giving feedback from the heart.
”I found the mentor sessions incredibly helpful and Len very insightful. Prior to this my photo-taking had been rather haphazard and I had difficulty critiquing my work. I now concentrate when I go out with my camera, visualise what I want in the photograph and more often execute a striking image. I also feel more centered on what I hope to achieve from my photography and on what appeals to me as a photographic subject. This has rekindled the passion that first made me take up photography and led to the freedom of having more than one project on the boil at a time – keeping the momentum and enthusiasm alive for each one.” - Cynthia Coghill
A mentoring program to take you to that next level. Imagine being inspired to work on your own photographic project. Printing your work regularly and presenting it for valuable and informative supportive feedback.
Over a year on nine separate Sundays, this is the program that will push you further. Unlike any other photography workshop, this program is unique.
"Dear Len, Thank you for your time and wisdom this year. Your guidance has been invaluable. It is always a pleasure to be taught by you." - Monica Bailey
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