Have you always wanted to explore Lamington National Park and capture some amazing photos to take home with you? With all this recent rain fall the waterfalls in Lamington NP are pumping again! It’s the perfect time to explore.

Have you always wanted to venture in there but have been too nervous to do it on your own or worried that you may get lost?

Have you always wanted to learn how to capture those misty photos with smooth water that look out of this world?

Join myself and fellow photographer Stephen Waller for an all day adventure exploring the most beautiful parts of Lamington National Park and let us show you how to create these stunning images for yourself. 

There is something magical about being deep in the middle of a rainforest, focusing your camera on a waterfall, triggering the shutter then after a few seconds looking at the exposed image which has captured the waterfall in a dream-like state. We will teach you everything that we know about capturing waterfall and rainforest photos that take your breath away.

With this being only a small group (maximum of 6) the two of us are able to give you the personalised attention that other teachers can’t give.

We have both been photographers for over 12 years and know how to create the best compositions for the most eye catching images.

Our combined technical knowledge and creativity will have you walking away with a collection of stunning images to show your friends and family plus some wonderful memories.

             What you will learn…

  • How you use your camera off Auto Mode
  • Aperture
  • Shutter speed
  • The best ISO to always use
  • Understanding exposure and composition
  • The best times to shoot
  • How to capture smooth silky water
  • The secret tool for capturing waterfalls
  • Where to find all the gorgeous waterfalls in Lamington National Park

 What you need to bring…

  • DSLR camera with “manual mode”
  • Sturdy tripod
  • Shutter Release cable or Wireless Remote or a 2 second timer on your camera
  • Wide Angle Lens is recommended but not necessary
  • Any other lenses you may have
  • Hiking gear, waterproof jacket and shoes
  • Circular Polariser or filters if you have them
  • A smile

                  Please note this will be a 14km hike so moderate fitness is needed. There will also be river crossings depending on recent rain levels. 

Where and when?

This workshop will be held in Lamington National Park on Sunday 18th February 2024. Further details will be emailed to you upon sign up!

So what are you waiting for? Click the button below before all spots are taken!

Who are we?


Larissa is an international award winning landscape and travel photographer from Brisbane, Australia. She travels the world taking photos to promote amazing tourist destinations.

She has been featured in Australian Traveler magazine, on Channel 7’s television program The Great South East and is a published author.

Is currently working as a stills photographer for Channel 7Mate’s Gem Hunters and Discovery’s WildLife ER which is currently streaming around the world. 

She has a constant case of wanderlust and is always planning her next adventure which she write about on her blog: www.larissadening.com

She also loves teaching people how to take amazing photos and runs workshops throughout the year.


After graduating University with a Bachelors degree in Drama majoring in Film and TV, Stephen has forged a 20 year career as a television producer; with the past 17 years working in Children’s Television. The majority of those years were spent at Channel Ten producing such shows as Totally Wild and Scope. While Children’s Television has been an amazing outlet for his creative cravings it wasn’t enough and that’s where photography came in. Stephen started taking his love for photography seriously about 8 years ago and hasn’t looked back.

He has transferred these skills into a successful part-time career as a photographer/blogger and social media influencer, working with Tourism Queensland, Dubai Tourism, Brisbane Marketing, Sunsuper Riverfire and most recently New Zealand clothing company IceBreaker.

And for the past three year he has been able to impart his knowledge and skills by conducting highly successful photography workshops with Larissa.

Click the button below if you want to join us for a photo tour of Lamington National Park and learn the art of capturing waterfalls!