Photographic tours with Len Metcalf are something quite different from the usual. Itineraries are flexible to suit the changing needs of the group, the weather and photographic opportunities. We often return to the same location after processing and critiquing the images, so that you can retry and catch that beautiful photograph. Each tour is with a small group. Inclusions: quality personal accommodation, transport and quality meals. Be spoiled with individual tuition and personalised coaching throughout the tour, and come home with some stunning photographs and prints. Gentle tours without the stressful run around or the pressure of physical exertion. Most tours are limited to 4 participants so your personal attention and tuition is guaranteed.
Short photo shoots and workshops. From a couple of hours through to a day. See what is on offer in and around Sydney in the next few weeks. Social and fun. Learn. Develop your portfolio.
Take your photography to the next level with these amazing programs. Designed for the enthusiast or aspiring professional. Longer programs where your progress is facilitated and you're gently guided in your development.
These programs are social and supportive. They are based on regular contact with your peers and your mentor / teacher.
These programs have a common core of working on your own projects over an extended period of time. Presenting your work for critique and feedback. The program forces you to continue on your projects until you achieve a meaningful series of images. When you develop your skills in one genre, with one subject, and with one method you will find the rest of your photography improves as well. 'Len's master class' includes presentations and content to develop your skills and knowledge, while 'Focused Lens' has been stripped bare of the content and concentrates solely on your work. Download the master class brochure here here.
The landscape master class is also stripped of accommodation, meals and transport to keep the cost to a minimum. Here you study landscape photography in the classroom, then head out for the best light in directed excursions into the Blue Mountains landscape.