This class will take you beyond basic editing and into more in-depth, targeted editing – concentrating primarily on the adjustment brush.
You will also learn:
Saving to an external drive (so that you don't clog up your computer with all those images)
Catalogues and Collections – what is the difference
Organising images within Lr
These sessions are BYOD (bring your own device with Lr loaded) and we'll step through it so that it makes sense to you.
Tuesday evening, 23rd April, 7-9pm
Tuesday evening, 7th May, 7-9pm
Wednesday evening, 9th October, 7-9pm
If you love photography and want to learn how to use your camera properly, this is the class for you.
February: Thursday evenings's 7,14,21 28 – 2.315pm plus final sunset class Rosebud Pier – Sunday March 10 (time tbc)
March: Wednesday evenings:6,13, 20,27, 7-8.15pm plus final sunset class: Rosebud Pier – Sunday March 31 (time tbc)
May: Sunday afternoons: 5, 19, 26, June 2 Plus final sunset class Sunday June 2 (time tbc) NOTE: no class May 12 due to Mothers day
May: Thursday evenings: 2, 9, 16, 23 plus final sunset class: Sunday 26 May
June: Wednesday evenings: 5, 12, 19, 26 plus final sunset class: Sunday 30 June
August: Thursday evenings 7-8.15pm: 1, 8., 15, 22 plus final sunset class: Saturday 24
August: Sunday afternoons: 2-3.15pm: 4, 11, 18, 25 plus final sunset class: Sunday 25
October: Thursday evenings: 7-8.15pm: 10, 17, 24, 31 plus final sunset class: Sunday November 3
November: Thursday evenings: 2-3.15pm: 7, 14, 21, 28 plus final sunset class: Sunday December 1
Knowing how to create a Depth of field in a photograph is a skill and it’s easier to learn than you might think.
This workshop will teach you how to create a ‘shallow’ depth of field – that is: the subject is sharp and the background is blurred.
Creating a shallow depth of field is learning how to separate the subject from the background by making the background blurry
This workshop will hone your photographic skills to learn how to create a depth of field – depth of field is addictive and once you master it, you will have learnt one of the most used and popular photographic creative skills.
Sunday July 28
Seawinds National Park at Arthurs Seat
Suits the absolute beginner
(non refundable cancellation applies)
This is a free travel seminar for anyone who loves travel or photography or both or even if you’d just like to see some fabulous photos from around the world taken by a range of LHTP photography students.
Thursday 11 October
Dromana College, Harrisons Road (off Dunns Creek Rd)
7.30 – 9pm
Email to book your spot: email@example.com
Our most popular workshop this Full Moon class is about photographing the landscape by the light of a full moon.
You will be surprised at how much light there is on the landscape under a full moon.
This workshop is held at the small jetty near The Baths in Sorrento
Suits the absolute beginner
$50 2hr workshop (select date and add to cart)
Tripod essential though
(This workshop is non refundable/transferable upon cancellation)
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Hobart and surrounds, city and landscapes Masterclass 2019
Monday 23 September – Friday 27 September
Spend five days exploring and photographing beautiful locations in and around Hobart.
We have your days planned and filled with sensational photographic experiences.
Your accommodation (including breakfast) is organised and we will drive you to all locations in our mini bus.
Professional photography tuition each day along the way – you start a beginner and finish a master (well, not a beginner!)
All you need is a love of photography, a yearn to learn and a sense of adventure.
$3400 per person based on twin share ($3800 single)
Payment instalments available
This is the class to take after beginners, it is the class that will start to take your photography to the next level
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?
2019 classes: Rosebud Studio
Thursday 14 March 7-9pm
Wednesday 22nd May 7-9pm
Thursday 13th June, 7-9pm
Tuesday 9th July, 7-9pm
Tuesday 17 September, 7-9pm
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.
These sessions are BYOD (bring your own device with Lr loaded) and we’ll step through it so that it makes sense to you.
Sunday 7th April, 10am-3pm
Wednesday 24th July, 10-3pm
Saturday 3rd August, 10am-3pm
- About Me
- Photography Tours
- Advanced Lightroom Techniques
- Beginner Class
- Free Travel Photography seminar
- Gift Voucher
- Full Moon Workshop
- Intermediate Class
- Intro to Lightroom
- iPhoneography ONE on ONE
- Junior Tog 1 on 1
- Learn how to take portraits in natural light
- Looking for light
- Melbourne Laneways/South Wharf sunset
- Melbourne Zoo Photography Excursion
- Mornington Peninsula Photography Excursion
- One on One Photography session
- Iphoneography workshop
- Spring flower workshop