Garden Route Guided Photography Walks

Photo walks in the Garden Route – Join me and explore photography!

Come and explore some of the most beautiful coastlines and mountain passes in Africa, through your camera lens! Our small groups offer a personal approach to experience the best locations while learning about and improving your photography.

Based in Sedgefield in the middle of the Garden Route National Park (which boasts South Africa’s most beautiful lake and estuary systems), we will explore amazing seascape, mountainscape and landscape photography. The sandstone cliffs and rugged rocky coastline is juxtaposed with broad beaches backed by indigenous fynbos and tidal river estuaries that offer fantastic photographic subject matter for landscape enthusiasts.

The Garden Route offers one of the most temperate climates in the world and the tours are available all year round. Photographers always try to use the best early morning or evening light to produce the most beautiful images. I will keep an eye on the weather, tides and season to suggest the shoot location on the day that you have booked.

The itinerary can be tailored for very active groups that would like to hike along coastal trails and shoot from the rugged cliffs. Alternatively, there are great seascapes, veld and forest areas which are easy to access along well maintained boardwalks and pathways.

All tours are limited to 4 participants per guide (this can be adjusted for tailored group experiences). Transport can be provided in a minibus, offering comfortable travel. Smaller groups allow us to be as flexible as possible to make the most of the weather on the given day.

Photo day tours are a great way to spend time together, have fun and learn new skills that you can use to capture your own exciting and memorable moments by being empowered to take better photographs! Call me on 072 6010985

Ansel Adams used to say that “chance favours the prepared mind.” His point was that photographs like Moonrise Hernandez and Clearing Winter Storm weren’t lucky accidents; he was able to capture those moments because he had honed his eye and his photographic technique, and was able to apply those skills when he went out to make images.