New Zealand South Island Masterclass 2018 – Final Year

In late April / early May next year I will be running my final Masterclass workshop in the South Island of New Zealand for the foreseeable future. The workshop runs from the 30th of April until the 11th of May and is fully inclusive of all in country transport (private 4WD’s), food, helicopter flights (lots of them), tuition and more. Strictly limited to just six participants this masterclass is really designed to capture the best of the South Island. If you are interested in travelling to New Zealand and photographing in the spectacular South Island you can register you interest in one of the last available places by dropping me an email. Like the 2015, 2016 and 2017 workshops, the 2018 Masterclass workshop also includes extensive use of helicopters for accessing some of the most remote and spectacular country as well as aerial photography of the spectacular Southern Alps and glaciers. If you want to get an idea of the sort of photographs you can make on this masterclass be sure to check out the New Zealand portfolio on my website at www.jholko.com. Full details of the workshop are available on my website as a PDF HERE. You can read a trip report from the 2017 Masterclass HERE and client feedback HERE.The South Island of New Zealand is home to some of the most spectacular scenery and landscapes in the world. Perhaps nowhere else in the world can one see and photograph precipitous mountains plunging into temperate rainforest and wild ocean beaches in so short a space. New Zealand is home to an unbelievably diverse range of subject matter, all packed together in a very small land area. Glaciers, majestic mountain ranges, moss-covered rain-forests, hidden valleys, and ocean-beaten coastlines are among the incredible array of natural wonders found there. It is an island of ever-changing weather and spectacular light conditions. To quote myself, it is a country made for photography.

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