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Marree Lake Eyre Workshop April 2018

If you have never shot the outback then this workshop will open your eyes and stretch (and possibly challenge) your talent.  Julie has found many hidden gems amongst the rough to photograph around Marree and Lake Eyre, but it's not as easy as it sounds.  Although Julie will describe her perspective at each location, learning to see those gems yourself and use the light to advantage was the message I brought home from this workshop.  The locations were diverse so each one had it's challenges. From Julie's photographs you can get an idea of the many moods possible out at Lake Eyre.  At first glance, the lake is an overwhelming landscape.  But as you become more intimate with your location, you can settle down for a really fantastic show of light and colours with the setting sun and capture the mood.  Then somewhat opposite, there are the Red Cliffs which are so abstract that you can find compositions at every step. And there's much more....so don't hesitate to make the effort and enjoy this outback workshop. Thanks Julie. I hope to see you and Marree again one day. And last but not least, Lyall treated us to fantastic outback hospitality and some great country meals at the Oasis Cafe, Outback Kitchen and Roadhouse.  Roast night at the Roadhouse was an amazing buffet style spread, all cooked by Lyall. He looked after us with pleasure and humour.  All in all, a great outback experience.
Diane Hebb - Snowy Mountains

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