2020 Landscape Photography Workshops - Meghan Maloney Photography

Landscape Photography Workshops

Join me for a weekend of awesome photography in beautiful locations

whilst learning how to take your photography skills to the next level.

Click on the images above to take you to the individual workshop detail pages.


3 days 2 nights - $999 NZD

Autumn 2020 - capturing autumn colours, waterfalls and seascapes in Waikato and Bay of Plenty

Winter 2020 - featuring pristine Waikato and Rotorua lakes, waterfalls, forests and amazing night skies

Spring 2020 - focusing on stunning spring cherry blossoms, waterfalls and seascapes in the Waikato

Each workshop covers:

  • Capturing the gorgeous colours of sunrise and sunset of each specific season
  • Opportunities to create stunning long exposure waterfall images
  • An introduction to astrophotography
  • How to use filters to enhance your images
  • Editing advice and an in-depth Lightroom tutorial session
  • How to use social media to showcase your photography
  • Two nights' accommodation in a studio apartment (single share) at Hidden Lake Hotel in Cambridge with 3 meals included
  • Transport during the workshop

  • Workshop Testimonials


    Meghan is a great photography tutor. She explains things clearly and precisely and takes the time to make sure you understand. She knows a wide variety of techniques and styles for learners to try.

    Craig's astro image settings: ISO1250, f/2.0, 8 seconds


    Meghan's workshop is a great mix of useful skills and fundamental concepts as well as lots of fun. Meghan is such a lovely person that would like to share anything that you will be happy to spend two full days with her. The workshop helped me a lot.

    Lily's sunrise image settings: ISO100, f/5.0, 1/40 seconds


    I would highly recommend this workshop to anyone wanting to improve their photography skills. I learnt so much this weekend and am so excited to practice my new skills. I have a lot more confidence and knowledge about what I'm doing and a heightened enthusiasm.

    Emily's long exposure image settings: ISO 100, f/13, 8 seconds

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