If you love photography and want to learn how to use your camera properly, this is the class for you.
Finally, a photography class you will understand.
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To book: click on date (Feb 4), click on time, Book now (to add to cart) Check out with Paypal – One date (Feb 4) will book all 5 classes
We will be chauffeur driven to each location in our bus, no need to worry about parking, fees, driving – we’ll do that for you.
This excursion is about photography
Join us at the historic and famous Brighton beach boxes followed by a sunset and twilight at St Kilda pier.
Spend 5hrs walking, learning and photographing iconic Melbourne hotspots
Sunday March 4
4 – 9pm
Departing from Dromana College at 3pm sharp – you will be driven to each location by our driver in a 12 seater bus and returned to Dromana College around 10pm
No experience necessary, this is for the beginner and the advanced
Bring all your gear.
Light is the key to all photography and at night with a full moon is no exception.
this sensational full moon shot at flinders pier was taken by one of our students, Danielle Carlisle
You won’t believe how much light there is on a clear full moon, even with a bit of cloud cover.
The sky is blue, the clouds are white and the landscape is lit by the moonlight
Safety Beach Jetty
No experience necessary
Must have a tripod (or I can lend you one )
This is the class to take after beginners.
This class will teach you about all the ‘extra’ bits and pieces you need to know about your camera to help improve your photography.
The intermediate class is for those people who need something more than beginners.
Learn how to use selective focussing, metering modes and how to use them for different lighting conditions, histogram, what is it?
File size and quantity – what are they?
JPEG or RAW?
How using various different accessories will improve your photography and much more…
Where: Dromana College, Harrisons Road, Dromana
When: Saturday February 3
Time: 12 – 4pm
Lightroom is an incredibly powerful and easy to use editing program. You will take your photography to the next level with Lightroom and if you shoot RAW, knowing how to use LR is a must – you won’t be able to view your images without it.
You won’t believe how much you can improve your photography.
Learn how to take your photos to the next level in our state of the art MacLab.
When: Saturday February 24
Where: Dromana College
Select date, time then BOOK to pay by paypal
Depth of field workshop
Saturday 5th August
Seawinds, Arthurs Seat.
Photograph the iconic Melbourne Laneways and Southbank at sunset.
You will join us on the bus and be chauffeur driven to both locations.
We will leave from Dromana and head off for 5hrs of pure selfish photography
Melbourne Laneways bus trip is coming May 2018
ND filters slow down the shutter and give you reflective water and streaky clouds – definition in the sky
When: Saturday November 11
Where: Sorrento Pier
Must have ND filter/s
To book: Select date, time and book now
Not comfortable in a class setting or just want to learn how to use your camera in a few hours not a few weeks?
One on One masterclasses are designed specifically for YOU, with your gear, your questions at your pace.
Spend 3hrs with me (a professional photographer with over 30 yrs experience) and we will go through all the important elements that you need to know to create a better image.
You will learn about aperture, shutter, depth of field, selective focussing, metering, lenses and so much more.
Or if you would like to learn a particular style of photography this masterclass can be tailored to suit you or if you just want to learn how to take a better photo, to take the photo you see – then this master class is for you.
One on One masterclass:
3hrs with a professional photographer
One colour reference book
Camera bag ready reckoner
One follow up workshop of your choice (choose from: Full Moon, ND, iPhoneography or Sunset)
Or for an additional $100 bring a friend and split the cost.
Email: email@example.com to book or go to our Contact Page
Photograph the beautiful spring colours and flowers using depth of field
Depth of field or bokeh – whatever you call it, its addictive.
Depth of field is about separating the subject from the background, about making the background blurry which in makes the subject seem like it is separating from the background.
It’s about making your image’s subject pop!
When: Saturday November 25
Where: Seawinds at Arthurs Seat
Requirements: Camera with long lens – over 100mm (can be zoom) or 50mm standard lens
(If unsure email: firstname.lastname@example.org)