Join Tassiegrammer from Project RAWcast in Melbourne / Victoria / Great Ocean Road on Saturday 26th October 2019 for an in depth and hands on full day waterfalls workshop and adventure focusing on the practical aspects of photography in the field. Learn the basics of composition, reading a scene, planning locations, neutral density filters, capturing water flow and much more.


Starting in St Kilda for sunrise, the day will continue with multiple locations throughout the Great Ocean Road waterfalls including Hopetoun Falls, Beauchamp Falls & Lower Kalimna Falls all the way through to sunset with transport provided from St Kilda, to end in the same location after sunset. Stops will be made throughout the day for morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea (food and drink costs will be at your own expense).


A full range of NiSi Filters products will be available to trial and use on the day for participants new to the NiSi Filters family. A special 15% off promotional offer for NiSi Filters products is available to workshop participants by ordering directly through Project RAWcast.


Workshop spaces are limited to 8 people total.


Hopetoun Falls Great Ocean Road Victoria


Locations include –


St Kilda Pier (sunrise)

Hopetoun Falls

Beauchamp Falls

Lower Kalimna Falls


Start time –

Date : Saturday 26th October 2019

Time : 5.45am

Approximate finish time : 8:30pm

All relevant information will be emailed to participants upon confirmation of booking.



This is what you will learn


Control the basic exposure settings (aperture, ISO, shutter speed)

Calculate exposure times correctly using neutral density filters

Correct the correct neutral density filter for any given scene

Use graduated filters to balance overall image exposure

Compose your image creatively with known methods and what key features to look for

Capture sharp images during varying lighting conditions

Understand camera settings such as white balance, exposure bracketing, manual focusing and other camera settings

Learn how to read and correctly expose images via the histogram

General safety when shooting in groups / public spaces

Legalities and rights when shooting in public spaces

Planning for a shooting session

Location planning – tides / weather

Using apps for location planning


St Kilda Pier Sunrise




DSLR / Mirrorless camera

Lenses (recommend a wide angle and a mid range / telephoto)

Neutral Density Filters (NiSi Filters will be supplied to participants who do not currently own any)


Remote / cable camera shutter

Footwear suitable for beaches / rocks and general walking

Waterproof / Windproof Jacket

Warm clothing