This two-day workshop will teach you all the basics of landscape photography, including, but not limited to:
camera settings and gear maintenance
RAW vs JPEG
understanding white balance
focusing techniques for perfectly sharp images
gear and accessories for landscape photography
tips on composition
planning for landscape photography, and
post-processing of your images.
Please note that you can attend either just one day or both days. Select your desired option below.
Day one of this workshop starts at 12:30pm on the first Saturday of the month and runs until after sunset (approx 6:45pm). We will cover approx 3 hours of landscape photography theory in the classroom and 3 hours of practical training on-location after a little break. The location of the practical part will be decided upon on the day of the workshop.
(please note: requires own transport).
In bad weather conditions we might change the location or postpone the practical part to a later date (next day or next weekend).
Day Two is all about Adobe Lightroom (c) and taking your images to the next level. The class commences at 1pm on the second Saturday of the month and we will finish between 5-6pm. I will teach you the complete workflow from Import to Export, explain Lightroom's preset system and we will go over some of your images from Day 1 of the workshop.
Please note: You are required to bring your own equipment [camera(s), lens(es), tripod, filter(s), remote control, etc] on day one. On day two, please bring your laptop for the post-processing session. Own transport required to and from location. Tea and biscuits provided at the venue.
Please note: There are currently no workshops scheduled. Please contact us if interested in workshops or 1-on-1 training sessions and to arrange a time.
Payments must be made at least 3 days prior the workshop.
I am also available for One-on-One training sessions. Please email me to book an appointment.
If you have any questions, please feel free to send me an email via firstname.lastname@example.org and I will get back to you asap.
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