Meeting point: The Learning Centre, Education Precinct, Dickens Drive
This is for: Beginners, camera enthusiasts, travellers. For photographers wanting to explore manual mode of their camera
Location: Centennial Park
Duration: 3 hrs, including 1/2 hour coffee break with Q and A
Group size: Maximum of 8
Gear required: Any SLR camera and any lens
$200 for 1 photographer
Bookings: Click here to book
About the workshop:
Alistair MacDougall has worked every day as a professional photographer for the last decade and through Photo Organic has a deep love of not only photography but nature.
Travelling into the heart of Africa or to Kakadu on photo safari is an amazing experience, but wonderful opportunities for incredible photos exist right here on our doorstep in Sydney’s Centennial Park.
This workshop is for those wanting to get more from their photography, to get out of auto mode and feel more comfortable with their manual settings.
Maybe you’ve got started with a camera and would like to take it to the next level? If so, this fun and friendly workshop is for you.
Our workshops are always engaging and welcoming and what better setting to share and learn than the great outdoors, right within the heart of the city.
You will learn:
• a greater understanding of the camera’s functions with the confidence to shoot in manual mode.
• how to photograph, and take stunning family and portrait pictures
• what makes an interesting landscape photograph.
• macro photography basics.
And you will also get a take-home 'quick reference guide' of all topics covered.