PERTH - FREMANTLE Private Photography Workshop
Perth - Fremantle Private Photography Workshop
A carefully crafted challenge based program has been put together by our team of professional photographers. Learn more about your camera's technical capabilities. Walking around the city with your camera to look at new ways of expressing visual communication will definitely lead to a more insightful ideas for travel photography. Guaranteed fun, thought provoking and most importantly get you thinking outside the square and give you the confidence to shoot in manual modes and explore creative ideas.
Where? Meeting on the corner of Adelaide & William Streets next to Fremantle Town Hall.
How long? Approx. 3 hours
How many people? 2 min. - 6max.
How much? $299 (1-2) & $499 (3-6)
What to bring:
- Digital camera (all types welcome)
- Fully charged batteries and spares if possible
- 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
Transport is not included
* Rain or Shine, we'll be fine as we will be under cover or indoors for some locations
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Meet Your Guide
Born in Fremantle, Australia, Peter graduated with an Advanced Diploma of Photography from Perth TAFE in 1998. Since graduation he has held two solo shows, exhibited ina large number of group shows and worked as a freelance photographer/artist and teacher from the J Shed Art Studio on Bathers Beach in Fremantle WA.
Peter combines his freelance photographic work with teaching photography part time at his studio at the J Shed. His interests are fine art landscape photography and alternative cityscape art photography. He is also very interested in history and is currently researching and exploring the family’s Croatian heritage through the medium of photography. I love to pass on my passion in Fremantle my hometown.