Olivia Page knows her stuff when it comes to outdoor photography. An international photojournalist, writer and climber, she has travelled from the sheer peaks of Yosemite to the tropical waters of the Java Sea, and hung out of planes many times for her epic aerial shots. Her photography and words can be found in adventure magazines, geographical publications and journals in Australia and internationally.
Here’s Olivia’s top tips for improving your original outdoor photography.
# 1 Get Out There In Poor Weather
# 2 Get Off The Beaten Track (But With Respect To Wilderness)
Walk that little bit further, wake up that little bit earlier and catch interesting light and unique, lesser-seen landscapes.
# 3 Focus On Something The Viewer Can Connect With
# 4 Get A Tripod
# 5 Be An Explorer
If you’d like to learn some more tips & tricks on outdoor photography with Olivia Page, grab one of the last remaining tickets for her workshop on Outdoor Photography Basicson March 9th, in Melbourne – a collab between We Are Explorers and Kathmandu. Liv will take you on a trail in the You Yangs to introduce you to outdoor photography: gear, pre and post prep, editing, packing for trips, how to capture certain images and share her personal stories from around the world!
We Are Explorers is partnering with Kathmandu to present the Hike Club Series! Find an adventure, sign up and get psyched — they’re a one-way ticket to experiencing the outdoors in ways you never imagined.
Have camera, will travel…