WORKSHOP – A Murder of Crows

crows, metaphors, environmental photography

A Murder of Crows – Photographing Metaphors

What is the role of metaphor in nature photography?

How can we capture effective metaphors that resonate for different demographics and cultural groups?

This highly interactive environmental photography workshop with both theoretical and practical components, focusses on developing participants’ technical and creative skills for recognising and capturing metaphors in nature.

It is suitable for advanced photographers with a good grasp of camera operation and photographic principles.

The workshop will be run by ecologist and environmental photographer, Alison Pouliot and cultural history photographer and mountaineer, Valérie Chételat.

There will be ample opportunity for one-on-one tuition and attention to participants’ particular photographic interests.

A picnic lunch in the field and comprehensive supplementary notes will be provided.

This workshop is strictly limited to eight participants. Further photography workshops are listed here.


Date: Friday 9 February 2018

Place: Otway Ranges, Southern Victoria

Cost: $175-

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