Sydney Night Photography course
Get off auto mode and shoot in manual mode the cityscape. Control ISO, Shutter Speed & Aperture creatively. Master Composition and walk away with the confidence to shoot in low light.
When? Every Saturday, check the schedule calendar for time and available dates. Private lessons also available on request.
Where? The Rocks - Meeting point is in Kendall Lane (Orient Hotel on the corner of George & Argyle Streets)
How long? Approx. 3 hours
How many people? 2 min. - 8 max.
How much? $99
What will I learn?
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- Get off auto mode and and learn to shoot in manual mode
- Master Composition
- Hands on challenges to put theory into practice.
- Control ISO, Aperture & Shutter Speed
- Photo critique.
- Travel Photography (street portraits, architecture, still life, abstract, landscapes, nature)
What to bring:
- Digital Camera (Not smartphone or Point & Shoot)
- Fully charged batteries
- Tripod & Cable Release or Remote
- Image Cards with loads of space to take many photos
- Hat, sunglasses, sun-lotion & water
- Good walking shoes
- Umbrella (just in case)
- Small towel & plastic bag (to keep you and your phone/camera dry if it rains)
- Phone/camera manual
- Notepad & pen for writing down key points
* Rain or Shine, we'll be fine as we will be under cover or indoors for some locations
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Meet Your Guides
Alfonso is a professional photographer based in Sydney, Australia. Over the past 20 years, Alfonso has photographed everyone from politicians to artists and everything from exquisite food to amazing landscapes.
He is multi-lingual and brings his language skills to local and overseas photography tours with his fluency in Spanish, Japanese, English and Tagalog/Filipino.
Tamara has over eight years full-time photographic experience covering products in studio, corporate portraiture, architecture, interiors, events, editorial, and even the occasional wedding. Her past life as a secondary teacher has also enabled Tamara to teach Photography at a select few Sydney institutions. In early 2009, Tamara made the leap into freelance work to concentrate on her love of photographing architecture and interiors.