Photography Retreat with Simon Woolf June 2015
Develop your skills and create stunning images under the guidance of one of New Zealand's leading professional photographers.
The Bay of Many Coves and Queen Charlotte Sound offer both novice and advanced photographers a range of stunning photographic opportunities including unique flora and fauna, landscape, marine and cultural subjects.
Join leading professional photographer and tutor, Simon Woolf, to improve your skills across a broad range of photographic styles, including portrait, landscape, macro and night shoots.
Photograph marine life, rare native birds and stunning landscapes with Simon as your guide. And when each day is over, relax in your luxury apartment and enjoy some of the finest cuisine in the Marlborough Sounds.
About Simon Woolf
Simon is a Principal of leading Wellington image company, Photography by Woolf. He lectures widely and has achieved numerous qualifications and accolades throughout his stellar career.
He is a Fellow of The Photographic Society of New Zealand, and holds Masters qualifications both New Zealand and also internationally, has Associateships of the Australian Institute of Professional Photography, SWPP and BPPA, holds an Accolade of Photographic Mastery – Wedding and Portrait Photographers International, was the James White Scholarship recipient in 2004, and was awarded a 1990 Medal for Services to the Community. Simon is a passionate photographer and skilled tutor.
Terms and conditions apply.
Friday 26 - 28 June 2015
Pricing excludes alcohol. Pricing only applies when booking directly with the Bay of Many Coves.
What people are saying
The Bay of Many Coves was an amazing, beautiful place to stay. The staff bent over backwards to make our stay memorable, they were so friendly, you almost felt like family. The food was incredible, words can’t describe the experience. The people I shared this journey with were amazing too.
Simon Woolf is an amazing photographer. I realised that you can have raw talent, but we must always be striving to learn more and get better so raw talent becomes polished. It motivated me to keep pushing myself and to keep learning. So was it worth it? ABSOLUTELY worth every cent, I loved every moment.
Nicki Mora, Greymouth Camera Club. A participant in the July 2010 Photography Retreat.