Come along for a guided photo walk exploring two of Rotorua’s iconic landscapes while getting some hands on help with getting the most from your camera. Learn the basics of exposure, aperture and ISO. We’ll have you comfortable using manual mode before our time is through.
I'm an award-winning landscape photographer based in Rotorua, New Zealand. I've had a love of photography since 2008 and enjoy exploring the vast unique and amazing places around our great country. In Rotorua we have 18 pristine lakes, geothermal activity including steaming hot pools, mud pools and geysers, over 5000 hectares of forest including a large stand of Californian Redwoods and one of New Zealand's most photographed buildings; The Rotorua Bathhouse or Rotorua Museum as it's more commonly known as.
We’ll begin our adventure in Kuirau Park which is the heart of geothermal activity in Rotorua. Think boiling mud and hot steaming pools of water. From there we’ll walk down to Ohinemutu, home of St Faith’s church and where one of the local iwi (Maori tribes) has their marae.
Guided Photography Lesson in Rotorua