Hannah Prewitt


“I love to inspire other women to be creative and follow their passions. As a self-taught photographer, I love it when I can share what I’ve learnt and help to boost other people’s confidence in their own abilities” – Hannah

Originally from the UK, Hannah travelled the world for many years as a marine biologist. She only picked up a camera about four years ago, and have fallen in love with photographing the natural world, particularly in and around the ocean. Hannah is a freelance photographer based on the Sunshine Coast.  Over the last few years Hannah has been busy perfecting her craft and she shoots all things to do with the ocean lifestyle, including swimwear, fashion, and surf, working with a range of sustainable brands.


Hannah will be running our ‘Ocean Lifestyle Photography’ Workshop;

How to take amazing surfing photos every time

Surfing was one of the reasons that I got into photography. Even though I’m now a surfer myself, I still love to shoot surfers. As my knowledge of photography has progressed, so has my ability to take great surfing photos. So now I’d like to share my top tips with you. The session will cover gear and equipment, tips on camera settings and lighting, how to get creative with surf photography, and how to move your surf photography from land into the water. After the session, anyone who wishes to practice with their own camera is welcome to join Hannah on the beach to put your learning to action.

BONUS: All attendees will receive a copy of Hannah’s eBook ‘A Guide To Working With Natural Light’ valued at $35. This 65-page PDF booklet is all about using natural light to get the most out of your photography. It covers a variety of different natural light conditions including full sun, shade, backlight and underwater. See Hannah’s unedited and edited images from her own shoots and learn how she dealt with different types of light without the use of flashes, filters or modifiers.

Suitable for photographers of all ages who are interested in trying surf photography for the first time or who have just begun and wish to improve. A basic knowledge of photography is ideal but not essential.