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NT – Aerial Photography Workshop with Peter Eastway
May 19 @ 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm ACST$750 – $850
Take to the air with internationally renowned landscape photographer Peter Eastway in an aerial photography workshop at a specially selected location just outside of Darwin. Peter will provide guidance on the best techniques to capture attention catching aerial images before each participant travels with him on a one hour helicopter trip over the NT coast.
Flights are in a four-seater Robison R44 helicopter with doors off. Each flight will include the pilot, Peter Eastway and two workshop participants and will last one hour. Please be aware that there will be waiting time at the helicopter take-off site while other participants take their flights (max 6 participants). Flights and transport to the take-off site included in price.
Includes: 1 hour helicopter flight, tuition, transport from Darwin cityBooking Terms and Conditions
Full payment is required at the time of booking, payments are fully refundable for cancellations a minimum of 7 days prior to the event or if the event is unable to run due to a Covid-19 event or other unforeseen circumstances.
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Peter Eastway is an Australian photographer known internationally for his landscape photography and creative use of post-production. A practising professional, he shoots editorially (mainly for Better Photography magazine) and works selectively in advertising and portraiture.
Peter has been involved in photographic magazine publishing for over 40 years, establishing his own title, Australia’s Better Photography Magazine, in 1995. As a result, Peter and his websites are a wealth of information on how to capture, edit and print, offering tutorials, videos and inspiration for amateur and professional photographers.
Peter’s work has been published and exhibited internationally. He was the author of the Lonely Planet’s Guide to Landscape Photography. His photography has featured on the cover of the Lonely Planet’s guide to Australia, in articles in the Qantas inflight magazine, and in an international Apple television commercial. He has worked closely with Canon, Adobe and Phase One.
He was one of the featured photographers in the Tales By Light television series aired on the National Geographic Channel in Australia and produced in partnership with Canon Australia. It can currently be viewed on Netflix.
Peter Eastway is a Grand Master of Photography, a Fellow and an Honorary Fellow of the Australian Institute of Professional Photography, and an Honorary Fellow of the New Zealand Institute of Professional Photography. He won the 1996 and 1998 AIPP Australian Professional Photographer of the Year Award. He is a WPPI Master of Photography.
He won the 2009 Kodak Award of Distinction at the international WPPI Print Competition held in Las Vegas, USA; the AIPP NSW Professional Photographer of the Year 2019 and the AIPP Australian Professional Nature Photographer of the Year 2019.
Peter’s early landscapes were primarily black and white, carefully printed and toned, but with the advent of digital photography, he has taken a leading role internationally, creating a New Tradition (the title of his book) of high quality imagery, and speaks about ‘invisible Photoshop’.
He is an ambassador for a number of international photography brands, including Canson, Eizo, Epson, Momento Pro, Phase One, SanDisk, The Edge Photo Imaging, Wacom and Zenfolio.
Peter speaks internationally on topics including landscape photography, Photoshop techniques, publishing and the business of professional photography.
Peter is in his sixties, rides a short surfboard, believes two skis are better than one, and in case you’re buying him lunch, he is vegetarian.
The information presented at this workshop is of a general nature and represents the views of the AIPP alone, to the exclusion of any other individual, entity or group. To the fullest extent permitted by law, the AIPP is not liable in any way for any events and/or action taken as a result of the information presented at this workshop. The AIPP makes no warranty as to the quality, accuracy or reliability of any information presented at this workshop. This workshop is not provided as a ‘service’. The AIPP strongly recommends you obtain independent legal advice.