CCP Alumni & Student Photography Workshop

CCP Alumni & Student Weekend

Centre for Creative Photography Event Details

A capture-to-print experience within the hidden beauty of the Southern Flinders Ranges guided by Mark Zed.



  • AUD $595



Self drive only. Limited to 15 people 


Self camp options $10 per person per night. Private rooms available at  Wirrabara Hotel from $75per person per night


Tours: Guided walk through the Wirrabara Range, Wapma Thura – Southern Flinders Ranges National Park

Meals & Refreshments: All food and drinks supplied, sourced from  local producers (Alcohol excluded),

Printing, media and resources:  Epson, Canson, and Hahnemühle papers and ink provided.


This workshop is, accessible, while holding true to a real rustic bush experience. Centred around artistic skill-building while immersed in the natural beauty of the Wapma Thura National Park and the rich beauty it offers.

 The limited number of participants ensures plenty of  time to guide you through the principals of capture, composition, post production and print.

Accessibility has been built into the planning of this experience, in most cases  age, fitness, and ability will not inhibit participants from participating in the core activities.  

While there are numerous photographic tours in the Flinders Ranges this workshop covers the full gamut of photography: capture, post-production and print.

Day One

  • 1pm-3:30pm  Check into accomodation or set up camp
  • 4pm – 4:30pm: Travel to The Bluff
  • 4:30 – 7:30pm: The Bluff Experience: learning landscape composition techniques and understanding the exposure  and composition to produce better dusk images, with a gourmet grazing dinner at the lookout  (weather permitting).
  • 8pm – late: Desert and socialising at Crew’s Rest with camp fire (weather permitting)

Day Two

  • Late breakfast of locally baked croissants, bread cereals and fruit.  Free time
  • 10:30am – 12pm: Start at Crew’s Rest with a tutorial session on Digital Post-Production Techniques with image curation from the previous night 
  • 12pm – 1pm: A Plowman’s style grazing lunch of local produce at Crew’s Rest.
  • 1pm – 4:30pm: Photographic Design Session at the King Tree Paddock & Block 9 Road, focusing on composition, colour palate and scale
  • 4:30pm – 6pm: Golden hour photography tutorial at Sugar Gum Lookout or similar location
  • 7:30pm – 9pm: Gourmet dinner provided at Crew’s Rest
  • 9pm – 10pm: Optional mini night photography  tutorial  (weather and energy permitting)    

Final Day

  • Breakfast supplied
  • 8:30am – 12:30pm: Post-production and Print Making Workshop at Crew’s Rest 
  • 12:30pm – 1:30pm: A bakery/cafe lunch
  • 1:30pm: Workshop concludes.