Upcoming Events

Come along to our photo sessions to dust off your camera and get snap-happy with a professional photography instructor.

Brush up on your camera skills and learn new photography techniques whilst on a photo walk class with other local keen photographers!

We run two hour photography sessions based on a photography theme/technique/style and they take place in various locations in Coffs Harbour .

  • New to photography? We also run a popular 3 hour Beginners Guide to Photography Class once a month. And once in a while we will run special niche 3 hour classes, for example, Astrophotography - so do subscribe to our newsletter to know when the next on is!

  • Who can attend? Open to all skill levels, from beginners to keen amateurs. The photography instructor is there to help you with camera settings and provide any advice you need.

  • What to bring? We recommend bringing a camera that has full manual mode or semi-manual modes (Aperture or Shutter Priority). Compact cameras and smartphones also welcome!

    The meeting point and full details for the day are sent in the booking confirmation email to the email address you provide at time of booking.

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    The trainer was very helpful and knowledgeable. I achieved everything I'd hoped from this beginner class. (Now to practice it all!)
    Coffs Harbour Photography Group
    Title or Location: Peterborough South Australia
    We have been traveling for the past few months originating from Coffs Harbour through western NSW, Victoria Into South Australia and across the Nullarbor Plains to Western Australia where we have explored Esperance, Wave Rock, Busselton, Bunbury and back to Kalgoorlie and back across the plain into South Australia Eyre Peninsula where we continued our journey down the coast to Ceduna, Streaky Bay, Coffin Bay & Cowell. We are heading back to NSW via Peterborough South Australia where this photo w
    Credit: Sharon Watkins
    Facebook: ShazAWatkins Photography
    Instagram: ShazAWatkinsPhotography

    Coffs Harbour Photography Group
    Title or Location: Boambee East
    The Photo was taken looking East as it was coming across the Ocean on to land the date was 27/10/22 - 7.02pm and as I titled it "Before Rain"
    Credit: Noel Onley
    Coffs Harbour Photography Group
    Title or Location: Glenelg Jetty, South Australia
    It was a hot and balmy evening in Glenelg and the Jetty and Foreshore was alive with people. After walking out the Jetty, I turned to see the ferris wheel had been lit up. I set my camera to 1/4 sec. f8 ISO 100 as I approached and took a number of zoom bursts. This particular shot reminded me of the "Stargate" from the series of the same name.
    Credit: Michael Lamont

    Coffs Harbour Photography Group
    Title or Location: Bellingen
    A beautiful early morning drone shot of the Bellinger river as the blanket of fog begins to lift.
    Credit: Robbie Pacheco
    Instagram: @iridescent_like

    Coffs Harbour Photography Group
    Title or Location: Bellingen NSW
    Took this photo a few minutes after sunrise from my partner's balcony on the western edge of Bellingen's southside, looking over town. Was experimenting with a new toy, an adjustable neutral density filter. I had the filter dialled up and settings on my Fujifilm X-T2 with Tamron 18-300 were f20, 1.1 sec, ISO100, 1.7 step, 161mm.
    Credit: Rhys Grainger
    Instagram: rhysgrainger76
    Coffs Harbour Photography Group
    Title or Location: Ebor Falls
    After so long. The new path at the Ebor Falls is finally re opened. And looks amazing as ever!.
    Credit: Jamie Stoessel

    Sacramento Photography Group
    Title or Location: Wengen, Switzerland
    The photo was taken just outside the village of Wengen in the Bernese Oberland region. Spring had just started making its presence felt with wildflowers starting to bloom in the meadows.
    Credit: Abhi Kulkarni
    Instagram: Photoholic1975
    Cairns Photography Group
    Title or Location: Elizabeth Bay, Sydney
    I was lucky enough to have this view of Elizabeth Bay in Sydney from my hotel. I just opened the window, prepared my tripod and camera and shot this wonderful night scene.Nikon D7500 with Nikon 18-300mm lensf/1130 secsiso 200Aperture priority -3 exp compfocal length 66mm
    Credit: Brett Paull
    Facebook: Aussiebrat
    Instagram: Aussiebrat7
    Omaha Photography Group
    Title or Location: Chicago, IL
    Photo taken during a spring boat ride into the Chicago River and processed using Lightroom and Photo Director.
    Credit: Brian Bruns

    Wollongong Photography Group
    Title or Location: VIVID Sydney - Sydney Harbour
    For 2 weeks every winter Sydney is lit up with amazing colours and beams of light over the Harbour Bridge, Opera House, and various buildings throughout the city. I captured this photo of the Opera House from across the water at the Overseas Passenger Terminal. I used a slow shutter speed (of 1 sec) to capture light trails from the passing water craft, and I held my iPhone up against my lens to create an artificial reflection on the water.Canon R6ii, RF 70-200mm f2.8 (@ 70mm), 1s, iso 200.
    Credit: Angelique Kelly
    Facebook: @mylenslovesyou
    Instagram: @angelique_kelly_photography
    St Louis Photography Group
    Title or Location: Spirit of Saint Louis Air Show and Stem Expo
    Photograph taken with Olympus OM-1 and Olympus 100-400mm Lens (100mm 1/1250 @ f/11). No real interesting story here. Just like to shoot the air shows when I can. Takes me back to my days in the Navy and seeing the jets coming and going from Hickam AFB when I was stationed at Pearl Harbor NSY&IMF and would shoot a round of golf at Hickam AFB's Mamala Bay golf course after working on the submarines. A couple of the holes on that course are near the runway for the base. The surprise sound of a
    Credit: Brian Smith
    Instagram: @nukebear
    Phoenix Photography Group
    Title or Location: Lost Dutchman Park
    This is a focus blend of 2 photos- 1 for the fence and the other for the rest of the photo. It was taken with a Sony A7RIV camera on a Sony 35mm GM lens at F1.8, ISO 2000, 15". The Superstion Mountains were named Monte Superstition by Spanish conquistadors who arrived in the 1540s. Greedy for gold, they tried to get local Apaches to show them where it was however, believing the area was home to the God of Thunder, they refused for fear of angering him. Apaches believe there's a hole to the
    Credit: Edward Mitchell
    Instagram: Edward_Mitchell_photography

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