BridgeClimb Photography Masterclass returns

BridgeClimb’s full and half day photography masterclasses are back with a program dedicated to photography of the historic Sydney Harbour Bridge and amazing Sydney Harbour including the exclusive opportunity to shoot from the top of the Bridge.


In partnership with esteemed landscape photographer and Fujifilm Australia Ambassador Glenn McKimmin, the once in a lifetime photography program on the Summit of the Sydney Harbour Bridge for photography enthusiasts returns.

Back to due popular demand and sold out sessions the photography experience includes both full day and half-day options with unbeatable shoot locations and the chance to learn about landscape photography from Glenn McKimmin, one of Australia’s most well-regarded photographers.

For the full day course – amateur photographers will put their skills to the test on the Gun Deck on top of the Pylon, not normally accessed by the public. The day also features lunch at the nearby Glenmore, classroom time and finally the day will end with the opportunity to take their own cameras onto the Bridge at twilight to take a limited number of landscape photos from 134 metres above the sparkling Harbour on the Bridge in a world first.

For the half-day course, photographers will end their class at sunset, shooting on top of the exclusive Bridge Pylon’s gundeck.

When: Every Thursday and Friday between 19th Feb – 12th March 2021

Half day – $395 including Pylon access and refreshments

Full day-  $995 including Pylon access, lunch at Glenmore hotel and Twilight BridgeClimb with access to photopoints.

To learn more, click HERE.

SOURCE: Bridgeclimb Sydney

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