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JUNE

Dates:Wednesday 20/6/18 – 4/7/2018

Saturday  1/9/18 – 22/9/18
Seniors, student and couples discounts apply
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Total Duration: 10 hr
Wednesday evenings, 6.30 – 8.30pm

Saturday mornings 10am -12pm

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SEPTEMBER

Saturday mornings, 10am – 12pm

Room 2a Robina Community Centre
San Antonio Court, Robina QLD 4226

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I’m really enthusiastic about this great four-week workshop for those of you just starting out, just want to hone your skills, or have recently purchased a  new digital SLR or Mirrorless camera.

We will meet for a two-hours-a-night interactive indoor workshop over four weeks at the Robina Community Centre.

On the third weekend, of our night course, we will take our newly-acquired skills on location.

For those of you that can’t make it or would prefer the weekend, we are now offering a Saturday morning class also at the Robina Community Centre from 10 am to 12 pm.

We will hold Saturday’s outdoor session prior to the fourth workshop.

During each workshop, I will display photos illustrating the subjects we ‘re discussing.

You will learn about camera menu and controls, lenses, manual and automatic exposure modes. You will have a good understanding of shutter speed, aperture, and depth of field.

You will learn about correct exposure, outdoor lighting, and composition and by the time we’ve finished, you will be shooting like a pro.

Each week you’ll be given a small task to photograph, illustrating what you’ve learned and we’ll discuss your pictures the following week.

I will share lots of easy-to-remember tips and tricks along the way.

In the last week, we’ll  cover basic photo editing allowing you to improve your already great photos

I can guarantee that you will be a much more competent photographer at the end of this workshop and you will be posting pictures to social media or enlarging them on the wall that will make your friends green with envy.

Your best photos from the workshop will also be posted on this website.

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