3 Photography Tips for the Tasmanian Fungi Season

Bookings for our 14 day Tasmania Fungi Season Nature Experience  are now open!

This immersive experience across Tasmania's wilderness is a bucket-list experience for nature journalers and photographers. If you're interest is macro-photography in nature, specifically fungi- then you won't want to miss out. 

To prepare for the trip starting April 30, we spoke to our tour's expert guide and photographer Renee Prescott about her top macro tips to photographing fungi!


All images by Renee Prescott



1.Get Low!
Glimpsing the detail inside the mushroom cap will enhance the shape and intricacy of your image. This can be tricky when shooting tiny fungi on the ground. Equip yourself with a tripod that can sit flat, or shoot upside down to get as low to the ground as possible.
Renee Prescott Fungi Photography Tasmania
2. Look, but don't touch!
Don't touch, eat, remove or damage the mushrooms in any way. This is for both your safety and to protect the fungi.
3. Train your Eye!
It may take some practice to be able to spot small fungi. Keep an eye out for a small dots of colour amongst moss, trees, logs and along the ground.
Renee Prescott NatureArt Lab Fungi Tour
Want to put these tips to use and learn more about  our 14 day Tasmania Fungi Season Nature Experience  30 April - 13 May 2022
Over 14 days explore some of the magnificent wilderness areas of Tasmania for a specialised fungi, moss and lichen macro photography and nature journaling experience accompanied by expert guides. Immerse yourself and learn about this unique environment, conservation efforts and about its fascinating wildlife and fungal kingdom ecology.

🍄 return airfares from Canberra to Hobart
🍄 all accommodation and meals
🍄 all transport and park passes
🍄 specialised workshops on macro-photography, nature journaling
🍄 expert fungi and insect talks
🍄 full day Gordon River World Heritage Cruise
🍄 See wildlife including Tasmanian Devils
.... and much much more!
Learn more and book your spot: https://bit.ly/3u7vU3g 
Tasmania Fungi Season Nature Experience - 14 days from 30 April - 13 May 2022 Australian art nature tour photography macro journaling

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