Australis launches The Art of Photography

Australis launches The Art of Photography

Australis launches The Art of Photography

Australis launches The Art of Photography exclusive group tour departures

Globally renowned for its luxurious expedition cruises around Patagonia, Australis has announced a series of ‘The Art of Photography’ group departures hosted by Nori Jemil, an award-winning photographer for National Geographic.

During a series of seminars on-board Australis, Jemil will explain how photographers can master the art of the lens while experiencing Patagonia’s varied and rugged terrain.

From epic landscapes to photographing wildlife, guests will learn how to get the best out of their cameras including exposure compensation, shooting in manual and improving composition. Jemil will be on hand during excursions to guide the group and help put those new skills to the test.

Whilst living in Santiago, Chile, for several years, Jemil visited Patagonia on many occasions in pursuit of her passion for photographing in extreme locations.

The first departure dates have been confirmed for 2019:

Ventus Australis

February 17 2019

Punta Arenas to Ushuaia, 4 nights

Ventus Australis

February 21 2019

Ushuaia to Punta Arenas, 4 nights

There is no additional cost for the selected departures and spaces are limited.

With exclusive access to the southernmost fjords, Australis Patagonia Cruises explore Chilean and Argentinean Patagonia – one of the most beautiful and unspoilt regions on the planet. As the only cruise line operating in this area, Australis offers guests exclusive access to the untouched fjords of Patagonia.

For more information visit www.australis.com

About Australis

As the only cruise line operating in this area, Australis offers guests exclusive access to the untouched fjords of Patagonia. The two ships Stella Australis and Ventus Australis navigate legendary maritime channels of early explorers such as the Strait of Magellan and the Beagle Channel, exploring breathtaking scenery of imposing mountain ranges, majestic glaciers, lush subpolar forests and even reaching the “end of the world” at Cape Horn.

Guests are taken ashore daily on board zodiacs and in the company of expert naturalist guides. As well as spectacular landscapes, Australis itineraries showcase the regional flora and fauna including elephant seals, cormorants, Magellan penguins and dolphins. Tours include complimentary, guided excursions, amazing cuisine aboard including local dishes as well as Chilean and Argentine wines.

 

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