Inala Photography Tours

Due to many requests we are very excited to be offering for the first time Inala Bird Photography tours. It used to be that birders & photographers were very different species, yet now most people are a blending both interests.  We will offer premium calibre photography training hand in hand with specialist birding knowledge, all done in a non invasive and ethically responsible way.

DAVID STOWE
You will know David Stowe from his many stunning photographs in Birdlife magazine as well as his award winning images.
We are excited to be partnering with David and we are offering a photography specific bird tour and workshop based on Bruny Island.  David Stowe and an Inala guide will deliver an exciting itinerary of walks, talks & workshops in a diverse array of Bruny locations, habitats and landscapes to teach a small group of keen photographers, more about birds and more about photography.  Click here for more details. 
Photographer Henry Cook will join this tour when it reaches a certain size of group.
 

CRAIG GREER
We are also delighted to have the passionate photographer Craig Greer running his first Inala Photography tour in Tasmania.

Highlights: A photography workshop and tour in Southern Tasmania including a Pelagic Cruise, A flight to the South West Wilderness and several days on Bruny Island staying Inala's Private Reserve where all Tasmania's endemic bird species can be seen and photographed.
Overview: This workshop is suitable for photographers of all levels. Participants will benefit from both group and one-on-one photography and post-processing tuition from Craig and ecological education from a specialist Inala guide.

This combination will give you an exceptional experience, you will gain a better understanding of nature photography techniques, a better ability to use your own equipment and an immersion in knowledge of the flora, fauna, habitats, landscapes of beautiful Tasmania.  A beautiful photograph is one thing, being able to tell your friends and family about the behaviour and context of the wildlife you have photographed is even more fulfilling. Click here for more details