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:: MORNINGTON PHOTOGRAPHY COURSE



Beginner, Enthusiast or Advanced Amateur? Learn how to capture professional quality photo's in only one day! Join our leading Mornington photography course & learn the simple but effective techniques of Mark Gray, Australia's leading landscape photographer...

Mornington Photo

Photography Short Courses
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Our exclusive Mornington workshop is a highly unique 10 hour, 1 day event custom designed by International Award-Winning photographer Mark Gray. Suitable for complete beginners through to serious amateurs, you will learn the skills required to capture professional quality landscape photos in only one day!

Rather than sitting in a boring classroom environment, budding photographers are escorted around the Mornington Peninsula in a modern air-conditioned mini-bus and taught essential photography skills while visiting stunning locations at the best times of the day.

Our workshops are limited to only 6-8 participants. This ensures everyone gets plenty of 1 on 1 tuition at each location.

Workshops often book out months in advance so secure your place online today to ensure you don't miss out!




WORKSHOP HIGHLIGHTS



Visit Mornington's major tourist attractions at the best times of the day to photograph them
(Mornington Harbour, Mt. Martha Beach Boxes, Safety Beach Jetty, Bridgewater Bay & More)
Receive personal photography tuition at each location from a 'Mark Gray Accredited Photography Instructor'
Group technical sessions allow you to learn photography in a small group environment
Take home a technical handbook with extensive landscape photography tips and advice
Enjoy an exquisite 2 course lunch and delicious afternoon tea
Enjoy the comfort of our spacious air-conditioned current model Toyota Commuter Mini-Bus
Workshops are limited to only 8 people


Location


Mornington Peninsula, Victoria

Meals


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.

Equipment/Clothing Required


· Digital OR Film Camera (Digital is preferred as it allows for on-location photo critique)
· Tripod
· Polariser Filter (optional but recommended)
· Sturdy, Comfortable Walking Shoes
· Suitable clothing for all wet and dry weather conditions

Places Available


Each workshop is limited to only 6-8 participants


TECHNICAL DISCUSSIONS



• 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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MARK GRAY WORKSHOPS


Why choose a MARK GRAY WORKSHOP?

With 160 International Awards, Mark has owned and operated 3 successful Australian Galleries, his work now collected in 32 countries across the world.



Australian Photographer

Considered by many to be Australia's new leading landscape photographer, Mark's work and passion for his craft is unsurpassed. He is also highly regarded for his unique ability to teach the art of landscape photography to photographers of all skill levels, making complicated things appear remarkably simple.

Mark's passion and unique teaching abilities are now shared with his team of passionate instructors allowing for more workshops to be released and more budding photographers to learn and experience the joy that landscape photography can bring.

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