New Zealand Sports Photography Workshops

Long time NZ trail running and sports photographer Paul Petch after several years of building his photographic brand, style and approach to new media, has just launched an innovative collective photo learning program for outdoor sports. For this season BCR is proud to be a supporter of these exciting workshops and encourage you to get involved. We all have family running life changing events across NZ and now you can learn to capture these once in a lifetime moments.

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Paul and his hand picked tutors have a simple philosophy to support students to find, explore and develop their own unique photographic voice, yet keep inspired. A progressive and contemporary range of topics are offered for the beginner, through to the professional, and everyone in between such as photographers wanting to turn their passion into their business.

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For October, Paul’s offering 10% off all workshops that include trail running at three locations – Rangitoto Auckland, The Hillary Track and Redwoods Rotorua.

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To get involved with the new approach to sports photography workshops and learning, visit  If you have any questions, Paul’s contact is 0210 336 047

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