Workshop Summary

When :                Saturday March 13th
Duration :          6 hours - 9.30am to 3.30pm
Group Size :     Maximum of 12
Cost :                  $ 195 per person
Experience :    Beginners
Location :          Central Coast
Fitness :             Easy access
Equipment :     Camera, tripod and whatever lenses you have.
                          A neutral density filter if you have one.
                          Hiking boots, or rock boots.

Join Wanderlust Imagery for a full day of getting to know your camera
and learning how to take beautiful photographs. It doesn't matter
what camera gear you have, because our tips and tricks
apply to all makes and models of digital cameras.

Even a "point and shoot" can result in an award winning photograph.
It's the person behind the camera that counts.

If you have a laptop with Adobe Lightroom or Photoshop software,
bring it along, and we can give you some basics skills to
get you get started with a new passion for photography.

Techniques covered include : 

Looking for the light and the best time of day to photograph
Understanding your Histogram 
Composition  and Seeing like an Artist
Shooting in Manual Mode and explaining Aperture, ISO,
Shutter speed, and how we use them to control the shot.
Printing an image.

The day starts with a review of your camera gear, and a short talk
about the basic settings we will use, and some background to
help you understand your camera. Following morning tea,
it's off to a local venue, to put into practice what we have
been talking about.

After the shoot it's back for lunch. During the afternoon we will
share some images and some basic post processing techniques,
to show you how to bring your images to life.

We will then print a selection of images
for you to take away as a record of the day.

Morning Tea, Lunch and Afternoon Tea are included in the course fee.
We will have space for you to share a ride to our local photography venue
but you are welcome to use your own transport if preferred.

For bookings email :

•    •    •

Using Format