Bay to Bush photography tours

Lake Ainsworth at sunset.
Lake Ainsworth at sunset. Sue McLeod

NORTHERN Rivers couple, Mel and Dave White are heading to Canada on a trip of a lifetime.

It’s actually their second trip, but this time the holiday photos will be something these travelling snappers will be proud to show their family and friends … for a lifetime.

“My last holiday was wonderful but when I got home I had no decent photographs to show for it,” Mel says.

“I realised that just pointing and clicking was not going to produce shots that would do the breathtaking landscapes we had encountered any justice”.

Dave says: “We’ve got good equipment, but we believe this is only half the battle. That’s why we thought getting some professional tutoring from Sue McLeod at Bay to Bush Photography Tours would benefit us before we take the trip. It has been a fantastic experience and it is just amazing how some good tips and technical knowledge can make such a difference to the end result”.

Bay to Bush Photography Tours operates across the Northern Rivers region and caters for photography enthusiasts with varied experience levels.

The tours provide an opportunity to develop photographic skills with practical and technical tutoring while enjoying the scenic and culinary delights of the region. Sue is enthusiastic about the art of photography and makes the experience of pleasure.

Sue was also a teacher for 20 years so she knows how to instil a love of learning.

“The tours are a way to discover a variety of amazing destinations within the beautiful Northern Rivers,” Sue says.

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