Experience Landscape and Astro Photography in the Kimberley
Broome | Cape Leveque | Derby
30 May 2022
Join me on this 7-day photography tour to the Kimberley!
Broome - Cape Leveque - Derby: a land of vivid red Pindan cliffs, turquoise water, spectacular night skies and rugged wilderness ripe for photography!
Join Pamela Jennings as I share my knowledge and passion for photography in beautiful locations around Broome, Cape Leveque and Derby.
Inspiring locations both day and night, enjoying the company of like-minded people and learning new skills.
Designed to capture the best of the clear Kimberley night sky. I mix it up with different locations and timing of the milkyway; plus we include landscapes, seascapes, timelapse, pano's and nature photography.
We travel the Dampier Peninsula for coastal scenes and Derby for awesome images of Boab Trees and tidal flats.
In Broome we go to locations to capture the huge tidal movements and the gorgeous colours of the red pindan soil mixing with the blue ocean.
One tutor and maximum of 3 participants traveling in a 4WD vehicle.
Come with a local that knows the area intimately. Email me to book this 30 May 2022 tour.
Cost: $4,200 per person
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TripAdvisor Sept 2020
An opportunity arose to do a photography tour with Pamela Jennings - Photographer extraordinaire. It worked out that it was only my friend and myself. I was totally impressed with the way Pam gave her expertise knowledge to me. She helped with my camera settings etc and I know at times I was a bit trying (I could tell!!) but she gave it her all, From Broome sunsets, camels and reflections in the tide on Cable Beach to Cape Leveque, late afternoon sunsets, astro and sunrises.
Pam was a very easy and friendly person and she would stop at any location so that we could take a picture - even on the red dirt road. The scenery in and around the top end is amazing and never ending photos.
I would have no hesitation in recommending a trip with Pam. Her knowledge of the top end, culture and heritage is endless.
Thank you Pam for a wonderful week.
Lorraine H, Perth WA