As a first-timer to workshops I was nervous about exposing how much I have to learn. Needn’t have worried! Dave and Henry were so friendly and endlessly helpful. I am definitely going back for more!
— Carol Boland

they went to great lengths to ensure the best possible experience for everyone

I was extremely impressed with David Stowe and Henry Cook on a recent wildlife photography trip I took with them. They are both highly skilled award winning photographers who also have extensive knowledge of Australian wildlife and where to find it. Best of all I found they love what they do and are very passionate about sharing their knowledge and love of photography, wildlife & the Australian bush with others. I also felt they went to great lengths to ensure the best possible experience for everyone on the trip. I strongly recommend their trips to anyone who loves wildlife photography, the Australian bush and a little bit of adventure.

— Sue-Ellen Smith

I genuinely can not wait to attend their next workshop!

I wanted to improve my wildlife photography skills, so when there was the opportunity to attend a workshop run by two of the most published and awarded photographers of this genre I leapt at the chance. I had expected tuition on the basics of exposure and composition but was unprepared for the total package David and Henry provided, from understanding and locating subjects, through the ethical treatment of wildlife for photography, the use of aids such as hides and camouflage, through to workflow management and post-production techniques. As a direct result of their comprehensive instruction my images improved immediately. They were patient and supportive of all the levels of photographer in our workshop, and their encyclopaediac knowledge meant they always had a powerful contribution to make to each of the lesson we learned. Most importantly their passion, energy, and enthusiasm made the workshop immense FUN. My skills as a photographer took a quantum leap under their friendly mentorship, and I genuinely can not wait to attend their next workshop!

— Mark Simpson.