Within reason, and within certain qualifications, Yes.
From a physical point of view
For something like the waterfalls, you will need a reasonable level of agility and fitness, as we will be climbing over rocks and along some small dirt trails.
Most people find the Forts Walk faily easy, but again, it will depend on your personal fitness level and ability.
For the beach or Picnic bay jetty, it’s an easy wander along the sand. Nothing too unusual or difficult there.
None of the shoots are a race. We are generally ambling along at a relaxed pace, so you don’t need to be a marathon-runner to come.
From a technical point of view
Yes, bring whatever gear you wish to bring (but following on from above, don’t bring a huge pack and weigh yourself down unnecessarily).
I will have my tripod and a small spare with me. I will also have a few spare lenses for Nikon cameras, as well as a filter kit. Trying out some new gear, and new techniques is what we are all about. Exactly what we bring will depend on what we are shooting. For the most part, it’s all about having fun and using what you have to the best of its, and your, ability.
For the underwater photography (qualifications):
You will need to be at least an Open Water Diver with a cert from a recognised organisation (PADI, SSI, BSAC etc).
In addition, you should be able to show your log book preferably with at least 10 logged dives.
Again, if you’re still unsure, please drop me an email to enquire more specifically, depending on what you’re wanting to shoot.