Unseen New Zealand
A premium, photography tour with multiple aerial shoots, showcasing the remote, unseen wilderness of New Zealand. Explore the fiords, mountains, glaciers, forests, and coasts from the land, sea and sky.
An unforgettable 9-day photography workshop that brings you the very best photographic experience of the South Island. Multiple aerial shoots from helicopters, boats, mountains, fiords, forests, waterfalls, glaciers and more!
Dates: April 8th – 16th 2021 (1 place left!)
Location: South Island of New Zealand commencing from Queenstown
Group Size:Maximum of 4 workshop participants
Skill Level: Suitable for photographers of all skill levels
Fitness Level / Difficulty: There is minimal hiking on this workshop.
This photography tour of New Zealand has been designed for those who want to experience the real New Zealand, capturing more than the typical tourist sights. From the land, sea and sky this tour spans the depths of Fiordlands secret valleys and coasts, the icy realms of deep glaciers in the Mount Cook national park and the wild west coasts forests and beaches.
With a small group of 4 participants, this is a private and flexible tour that can be adapted to the weather. Capturing rain storms with innumerable waterfalls as we cruise down Milford Sound, utilising multiple helicopters for aerial shooting at sunrise and sunset over the mountains and glaciers and exploring hidden streams and cascades in the lush, green forests are some of what you can expect.
Guests will have their own private room for the duration of the tour and will have individual photography and post processing assistance. Beginning and ending in Queenstown, this tour will visit Te Anau, Milford Sound, Doubtful Sound, hidden Fiordland coasts and forests, Arrowtown, Lake Tekapo, Wanaka, Haast, Franz Josef, Fox glacier, Mount Cook and the Southern Alps, the Tasman glacier and much, much more.
If you thoroughly enjoy landscape photography and want to experience the absolute best of New Zealand, please contact me via the button below and ask for the 2021 Unseen New Zealand brochure.