Best Photography Tours - Rob D
The silhouette tree in South Mclean, Brisbane, Queensland.

Photography Tours

Learn Photography The Easy Way

Explore Breathtaking Scenery

Perfect For Beginners and Hobbyists

A photography tour is a great experience perfect for tourists or locals that want to get out and see sites a little differently. You will learn the fundamentals of photography, how to create the type of photos you want to capture and at the same time explore popular sites and secret spots.

Tour Costs

$300 Per Person 

(min 3 people, total cost per tour $900)

Group Bookings

The Photography Tours are suitable for 3 people so get your workmates, friends, family, colleagues, cousins or grandparents together for one fun photography outing.

Tour Availability

Monday - Sunday

12pm - 8pm

Advanced Bookings are required.

Tour Duration

The tour starts at 12pm and goes through until 8pm (arrival back). You will get to experience shooting in Daylight, Afternoon Sun, Sunset, Golden Hour and Blue Hour all in one day! Pick up and drop off can be arranged. 

Tour 1

Brisbane City

South Bank

Kangaroo Point

Story Bridge

Mount Coot-tha

Tour 2

Tamborine Mountain

Cedar Creek Falls

Curtis Falls

Japanese Gardens

Rotary Lookout

Hang Gliders Lookout

Tour 3

Lake Moogerah

Town of Kalbar

Lake Moogerah - Haigh Park

Mount French Lookout

Kooroomba Vineyard and Lavender Farm

Lake Moogerah

What To Bring

Your DSLR Camera, one memory card, charged battery, pen and notebook, tripod.

Extras To Bring

Polarising Filter, Graduated Filter, ND Filter, Remote Release Cable.

What You Will Learn On The Day

Camera Settings 

How To Use Your Timer 

Picture Control 


Retouch Menu 

White Balance 

Rotate Tall 

Focus Points 

How To Format Your Memory Card 

Information Screen 

Auto Focus Modes 

Area Focus Modes 

Dynamic Auto Focus Modes 

Auto Focus Area Modes in Live View 

How To Shoot in P Mode 

What is the Shutter? 

How Shutter Speed Works 

What is Aperture 

How to use Aperture 

What is ISO 

How to use ISO

Exposure Compensation 

How to use the Pop Up Flash 

Flash Compensation 

Lens Functions 

Common Issues with the Lenses and how to fix them 

How to shoot in Aperture Priority Mode 

How to shoot in Shutter Priority Mode 

Metering Modes 

How to shoot in Full Manual Mode 

Types of Composition 

Good Photography Accessories

Terms & Conditions

Full payment required at booking. No cancellations apart from severer weather (If this occurs - fully refunded, or new date chosen) Photographer does reserve the right to cancel workshop if required, fully refunded. Tour includes 30min break for facilitator. * Required: Basic knowledge of how to navigate through your cameras menu/settings.

All Photography Tours include light snacks and drinks. Vehicle is air conditioned for your comfort.

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