Melbourne Docklands Photographic Workshop

Enjoy an evening with International Travel Photographer, Rod Black, on this evening photographic workshop exploring Melbourne Docklands.

This is a wonderful opportunity to capture some great images while enhancing your skills as a photographer.

We will spend the evening developing interesting photographic techniques that will improve your night cityscape photography.

Meeting in front of the Melbourne Flames Dragon Boat Club, Victoria Harbour Promenade at 7pm. After a brief talk we then proceed to capture some fascinating images.

Cost: $130 pp

Class limit: 4 participants

Suitability: Novice to intermediate photographers

Places are limited and bookings essential.  Book online or call (03) 9725 3816 for more information.

Melbourne Dockalnds Photographic Tour
Melbourne Dockalnds Photographic Tour

About Phototourism

If you have a sense of adventure and a keen eye for photography then let Phototourism take you off the beaten track and into a whole new world of wonder.

Founder and Professional Photographer Rod Black has over 40 years of experience behind the lens. Starting his career as a corporate advertising photographer based in his studio in Prahran. Rod has worked with some of the largest brands in Australia and has shot a huge volume of material including international clients, industrial location photography, extensive studio product work, several model agencies, government agencies, universities and much more.

Now having left that world behind he explores our worlds hidden gems conducting tours in Australia, Vietnam and Laos.

In Australia he runs Photo-Tours and Workshops in Melbourne, Victoria’s Yarra Valley, Mornington Peninsula and Tasmania.

Our tours combines the best elements of a modern tour with the added benefit of photographer tour guides. We are fully committed to helping our tour members find the best locations and receive the best photographic advice.

Our guides are always happy to provide constructive advice and tuition to assist you to achieve your creative photography goals.

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Phototourism Rod Black