+61 (03) 5975 5558
Adelaide, South Australia
A delicious lunch and afternoon tea are included on the workshop.
Skill Level Required
Suitable for complete beginners to serious amateurs.
*** We highly recommend our 3 day workshops with Mark for more advanced photographers
Fitness Level / Difficulty
Moderate. Some easy-pace walking required at various locations.
· Digital OR Film Camera (Digital is preferred as it allows for on-location photo critique)
· Polariser Filter (optional but recommended)
· Sturdy, Comfortable Walking Shoes
· Suitable clothing for all wet and dry weather conditions
Each workshop is limited to only 6-8 participants
|• Part 1||Camera Setup
Setup your camera for the day. Learn the best choice of lens, which filter to use and how to use your tripod & cable release.
|• Part 2||Exposure, Camera Modes & Understanding Your Histogram
• ISO, Aperture & Shutter Speed
Learn what these settings are and how to use them to capture the best quality photographs from your camera and lens.
• Creative Camera Modes (Aperture Priority, Shutter Speed Priority & Manual Mode)
Learn the 3 most important camera modes on your camera. How they operate and when (and how) to use each mode.
• Understanding Your Histogram
How to use your histogram to perfect your exposures.
|• Part 3||White Balance, Raw Vs. JPG & Focusing
• White Balance
Learn about white balance - what it is, how and when to change it.
• RAW vs. JPG
Learn the benefits of shooting RAW vs. JPG.
• Focusing for Landscapes
Learn basic and advanced focusing techniques for landscapes.
|• Part 4||Composition Technique & Working with Natural Light
• Composition Techniques
Learn the most effective composition techniques to help you place your camera in the perfect position every time.
• Natural Light
Learn the importance of working effectively with natural light in a city environment. Best times of day to shoot, best angles to shoot and how seasons / time of year effect your photographs.
• Filter Basics
Learn the 2 most important types of filters to own for landscape photography and how to use them.
|• Part 5||Recommended Resources
A comprehensive list of websites for photo sharing, photo tutorials, weather information and more.
|• Part 6||Recommended Suppliers
A comprehensive list of recommended suppliers for camera equipment, printing, framing and more.
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