Photographers Tasmania & Locations

Find your Tasmania photographer at AIPP and discover fabulous photography locations

Working as a professional photographer in Tasmania is an incredible career with so many opportunities available to you. From student to fully accredited membership, AIPP TAS is there to help Tasmania photographers aspire to become the best in their field and also help potential clients find professional photographers in Tasmania.
Some of the key features of become an accredited member of AIPP TAS include

  • Access to the AIPP Continuing Professional Development (CPD) program 
  • Access to Tasmania training seminars, workshops, events and AIPP programs
  • Access to the AIPP TAS blog covering events and programs happening in Tasmania
  • Access to self-development programs such as Tasmania-based competitions, photographic awards and AIPP TAS Mentoring Program
  • Access to the domestic and commercial Tasmania forums

The Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP) is Australia's leading industry association for the photography community. It was established in 1963 to uphold professional standards and provide continuing education for photographers. Over the last 50 years, clients have become accustomed to requesting AIPP Accredited photographers.
Key areas/locations for photographic shoots in Tasmania include:

  • Blackmans Bay Beach
  • Bruny Island
  • Coal River Valley
  • Cradle Mountain            
  • Cremorne Beach
  • Freycinet Peninsula
  • Hobart Town Hall
  • Hobart waterfront
  • Inverawe Native Gardens
  • Peppermint  Bay
  • Port Arthur and Tasman Peninsula
  • Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens
  • St David's Park
  • Steeles Island
  • Wineglass Bay

 

From students and portrait, child and still photography to wedding photographers, the AIPP TAS caters to all Tasmania photographers. Contact us to find out how you can become a member of the Australian Institute of Professional Photography and learn more about the benefits of being a member of the AIPP TAS state division.

http://www.aipp.com.au/app/