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A Transformed World | Darling Photowalk

Darling is known as the Flower of the West Coast and the abundance of flora and natural flowers is undoubtedly its greatest asset. The Darling district has for generations been known for its wealth of wild flowers and their diversity.

Join us on this day tour where we explore floral treasure troves and farms to photograph the wonderful spring flowers and other finds. A 'local is lekker' lunch at the Chicory Cafe is included. In the late afternoon, we'll end off the outing with a shoot in the wheat fields.

*ENTRANCE & LUNCH INCLUDED IN FEE.
*LIMITED SPACES AVAILABLE. BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL.

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Dates & Times

9 September 10:00 – 17:00

TALK OUTCOMES

 

  • – Wild flower photography on location.
  • – Macro photography on location.
  • – Shoot landscapes, vistas and small town travel photos.
  • – Learn hands-on while shooting in nature.

 

IMPORTANT NOTES

  • – Please bring the following: Camera & lenses, tripod, outdoor clothing
  • – Everyone to meet at Darling, at the Chicory Cafe before setting off.

MORE ABOUT FRANK KRUMMACHER

 

Frank is the manager of the Part Time School at the Orms Cape Town School of Photography and also lectures various courses there. He has lectured for and been involved with Nikon, SIGMA, the National College of Photography, the College of Digital Photography and others. I also presented the Namaqualand Photographic Workshops started by Canadian Photographer Freeman Patterson for several years. Examples of his work have been published in several magazines, and he has also been a contributor to PiX and Photocomment magazine. Frank is also a SIGMA ambassador and NPS member.

 

 

 

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