Since 2010 LuminOdyssey has been conducting photography expeditions to locations around the world.
Locations we have so far taken photographers to include: Antarctica, South Georgia, the Falklands, Argentina, Kenya, Tanzania, Botswana, Norway (including Svalbard) as well as some locations around Australia (including Lord Howe Island). These are all hot-spots for wildlife (and landscape) photography. Some of these we will revisit on future expeditions, but there are always more places photographers want to go! The trips include getting you to wonderful locations for making photographs, helping you use your equipment in the field as well as processing and managing your digital images during the trips.
We have a range of workshops lined up for you. To enquire about any of these workshops, please contact us. We are maintaining waitlists of interested people in all these workshops, even those that are currently fully booked.
These workshops usually fill quickly, so don’t hesitate! Click on the title or photo to see more detail about each workshop.
23 July – 5th August 2016, with David Burren and Michael Snedic.
We spend two weeks exploring Svalbard, photographing amazing landscapes and wildlife! Download the PDF.
While these trips are full, places do occasionally become available due to cancellations, so if you’re interested in any of these let us know and we’ll keep you informed.
October 2015, with David Burren and Michael Snedic.
We spend a week on Australia’s idyllic Lord Howe Island.
January 2016, with David Burren and Michael Snedic.
Starting in Argentina, this 2-week expedition is heading south to explore the Antarctic Peninsula, reaching below the Antarctic Circle.
Depending on the group size we usually have one or two instructors/leaders (usually including our coordinating instructor David Burren). Instructors on past odysseys have included Glenn Guy and Martin Bailey. Some of our 2015 and 2016 odysseys are being conducted in partnership with Michael Snedic.
We’re always working on other trips. If any of these pique your interest, drop us a line.
Lord Howe Island, late October 2016.
Subantarctic islands (including Macquarie Island), December 2016.