No, we aren't talking about those big pairs of binoculars you use on the conning tower of a submarine - or those green electronic scopes that snipers use. We are referring to the new course at Shoot Photography Workshops that aims to make a low light lansdcape artist of you.
The presentation is to be done by a recognized expert in the field - Greg Hocking. Greg is an AIPP Australian Landscape Photographer of the Year, an International Hasselblad Master, and a winner of numerous WAPP Curators awards. Better yet, in view of the fact that he has been clambering over slippery rocks in half light lugging cumbersome photographic gear - for years and years and has not disappeared over the edge into the surf - he is careful and lucky. This is a very good thing to learn.
Come along to the Shoot Photography Workshops on Sunday, the 19th of August and find out how you can share this luck and expertise. He'll be detailing the sort of cameras and lenses that you will need, as well as the tripods and special accessories that make for success. He'll be showing you what to look for in the darkening landscape. And it is not just talk - you'll get a hands-on chance to try it yourself under Greg's supervision.
This accounts for the timing on the day - the course runs from 2:00 in the afternoon to 7:00 in the evening. You'll get an full spectrum of information provided by Greg and a full spectrum of light provided by Nature.
Cost is $ 295 - spaces are filling rapidly, and you can include yourself by booking on the website: