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Cruising with your camera on the Kimberley Coast

9 Feb 2021 -- Posted by : Pamela


A day in the life of my Kimberley Photography Cruise.

Here is a run down of what you might expect when you join me on my Kimberley Coast Photography Cruise this September.
We are up early and into the vessels tenders to capture sunrise from a remote beach or rocky headland. Pamela and Mark with help you with your settings and getting the best composition for the location.
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After a bit of a look around in the tenders we head back to the big boat for a yummy breakfast.
Then it's time for our second excursion this morning along a mangrove lined river that takes us to a waterfall. Along the way we photograph birds, crocodiles and Short-Eared Rock Wallabies that live in colonies around the cliffs. Help is always on hand for settings and helpful hints to get your best shots. The river terminates with a waterfall surrounded by tall gorge walls.
Back to the vessel for lunch then we lift anchor and motor towards our next destination, photography gear at the ready for some amazing scenery or wildlife interaction.
Time to download this mornings images and join a photo session with Pamela and Mark.
In the late afternoon it’s time to jump into the tenders again and go exploring along the coastline and find ourselves a special spot for our sunset shots. Then we head back to the vessel for dinner.
Relax, talk photography and prepare for the next exciting day. Some nights we will do night sky photography, depending on the location and the phase of the moon.


Click here for the itinerary


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