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34 Degrees South Photography

Landscape Reportage Lighting Portraiture Better your photography while on location in the spectacular Margaret River region with two of Australia’s best shooters: United Nations photographer Martine Perret and Walkley Award winning photojournalist and Nikon Ambassador David Dare Parker.



Improve your skills in landscape photography and portraiture. Learn how to better understand light and composition. Pick up tips on the art of visual storytelling. Learn about what’s in our bags as we discuss the tools of our trade and our approach to using them. From beginners to advanced, all levels catered for.

About us: Martine spent the past decade in the field working for the United Nations as a photographer in East Timor, Burundi, DR Congo, Western Sahara and, most recently, in South Sudan.

As a photojournalist, David has been published in TIME Magazine, Le Monde, Australian Geographic and The New York Times. In 2003 he was sent to Iraq as the Official War Photographer for the Australian War Memorial. As a unit stills photographer his credits include Cloudstreet, Drift, Underbelly Razor, Badness, Bikie Wars, Redfern Now, Son of a Gun & Kill Me Three Times.

What to bring: A camera and lens, memory cards, fully charged batteries and tripod. Don’t forget to bring along your particular camera manual if you have one. Also pack a water bottle, snacks, hat, sunscreen and sturdy shoes.

For details and prices on all workshops please contact us.
T: +61 419 901 029 / +61 403 501 644
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Cancellation Policy

We understand plans can change, so here are our conditions and policies

Cancellation policy: At the discretion of the company only 50% refund may be available for cancellations made less than (3) three days prior to departure and no refunds may be available for cancellations made less than 48 hours prior to departure. Arrangements can be made to rebook for another day.


Margaret River, WA 6285 Australia



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