Photography Tours with Adam Monk
“On my Photography Tours the group size is always kept small and the Itineraries are carefully constructed especially for photographers, by photographers, through personal experience with each location to ensure you get the most out of it. Whether you are a complete beginner, a semi professional or even a professional photographer, if you love travel and you love photography you will find one of my tours hugely inspiring”.
Photography Tours and Workshops with Adam Monk are a great way to improve your photography skills and visit some amazing places both in Australia and abroad. All Adam’s photography tours and workshops are professionally organised with local knowledge from start to finish, nothing is left out to ensure you get the best experience and of course the best photographs.
Latest Photography Tours.
Photography Tour to Japan. New for 2018 with Adam Monk and Robert van Koesveld. Beginning in November for the Autumn colours in Kyoto and Central Honshu, then North for the first snow falls up in Hokkaido. This tour will be a lovely balance of landscapes, urbanscapes, street photography, people and culture. Click Here for Details.
Photography Tour of Bhutan. 15 days travelling through the wonderfully unique Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan, the land of the Thunder Dragon! Spectacular mountain scenery, waterfalls, pristine rushing rivers and unique wildlife, 800 year old fortresses, saffron robed Monks… with mobile phones! Bhutan is truly a place like nowhere else. This photo tour to Bhutan regularly sells out a few weeks after dates being set for the year. This tour is limited to only 10 people. 2018 tour dates out now – Click Here for Details.
Photography Workshop in Cambodia. A 7 day 6 night Photographic workshop in the jungles of Siem Reap and the Ancient Ruins of Ankgor in Cambodia. 7 days photographing the awesome jungle draped ruins of Ankgor and the surrounding villages. click Here for details.
Photography Tour to Iceland – Land of Ice and Fire. If you love landscape photography, then Iceland is the ultimate location. Volcanoes to Glaciers, thundering waterfalls to snow capped mountains, Iceland has it all. 10-14 full days photographing the wonders of the Icelandic Landscape. click here for details.
Photography Tour to Greenland. Imagine 8 days sailing around in a two masted Schooner. Now imagine doing it in the worlds most beautiful Fjord complex of Scoresby Sound in East Greenland… Curious? click here for details>>
Photography Tour to Tasmania. Wilderness photography at its best with Adam Monk and Paul Hoelen. Tasmania really is one of the last wilderness frontiers. A small island off the South East corner of Australia it is a stunningly unique place with everything a landscape and nature photographer could dream of, wild windswept beaches, serene temperate rainforest and waterfalls to craggy snow covered mountains. Interested? Click Here for Details>>
Coming for 2018. Ice Caves, Aurora & Frozen Landscapes… Winter Tour of Iceland and Winter Tour of the Lofoten Islands, Norway, Scotland and back to the jungles of Cambodia… Pilbara & Kimberley Regions of Western Australia, The Abrolhos Islands and Japan… 2018 will be a big year…
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The Guy Running the show…
Adam has over 20 years of professional experience in the photographic realm, from large and small format film cameras, black and white wet darkroom processing and printing techniques through to the latest digital camera technology and the digital darkroom. Adam has extensive knowledge of all the important photographic software like Photoshop, Lightroom, Camera Raw, Capture One and specialist panoramic stitching programs like PT Gui Pro. He can show you how they are easily and practically applied to your images, without all the confusing technical double-talk.
With lots of experience in facilitating discussions Adam will quickly and easily help you understand how to work on your images to make them really sing, and the hands-on techniques for leading groups in the field to amazing places like the Kimberley, Pilbara, Bhutan, Iceland, Cambodia or even Margaret river, are where the adventure really begins.
Adam has Been using digital cameras since their first commercial availability, when 2 megapixels was the biggest available and hugely expensive, but he grew up shooting film and processing his own Black and whites in the laundry sink and printing in the bathroom with black plastic over the windows.
Adam has spent many years travelling to remote far flung locations, both within Australia and Overseas, in the pursuit of the most amazing experiences firstly, but also to bring back the best photographic images of these places. He is a well seasoned traveller which helps make the travelling experience smoother and more fun.