Avoiding the glare

When you spend as much time planning and preparing landscape photography workshops as Rob and I do, the reason for our efforts sometimes fades into the background.

Waiting for sunrise

We started Hero Workshops for our shared love of photography, and to enable others to enjoy it as much as we do. When spreadsheets and emails threaten to take over our lives, it's time to call a Hero Meet-Up, meet other photographers, and head out to shoot.

Rob looking for his camera

The latest iteration at Godley Head had a rough start. Bad weather required us to postpone a previous attempt on short notice. Imagine our bliss when the forecast predicted a calm, sunny morning this time. We were finally getting away from our spreadsheets!

Not the worst way to use an old bunker

It was a beautiful morning to be out and about. The light breeze invited to just sit in the tussocks and watch the sun rise over the horizon. Not that we did sit down. The photos weren't going to take themselves, after all.

Unfortinately, the lack of cloud cover didn't allow us to take the killer shots we had gotten out of bed for so early.

Getting all the gizmos ready

As so often in landscape photography, we had hoped and planned for certain conditions, and made the best of what we got in the end. It is almost always the unexpected shot, taken after packing up and taking out my gear twice, that I end up liking the best:

Lyttelton Harbour & Banks Peninsula

Lyttelton Harbour & Banks Peninsula

 

Hero Meet-Ups are randomly announced landscape photography events. Join us for free advice, take photos with us, and have a coffee afterwards. Watch the Meet-Up section and our Facebook page for the next event.