Location Canberra, ACT
Duration 7 hours
Min/max attendees 1/6
Recommended for everyone
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Pricing AU$350.0 (Standard)
This inspiring Travel Photography Course in Canberra is dedicated to teaching you the photographic skills to take stunning travel shots and the art of storytelling. Travel photography is skilful, Its fun, its inspirational. Learn about the camera gear, camera handling, types of light and creative composition. Where, when and how to go, what to shoot and what camera gear and accessories to pack.
As a travel photographer you need to select your imaging devices to best suit the situation. Lightweight camera gear means more freedom to mingle with the locals in Zanzibar. Rugged and reliable pro gear matters for exacting wildlife photography. On this course, you will be shooting street scenes, candid portraits, nature, wildlife, landscapes, food, architecture, abstract, action, activities, culture, adventure...with tailor made advice given on the technique and camera gear to suit the destination and activity.
This course emphasises the need to be versatile in your photography - one needs to be adaptable in your shooting style to suit varying conditions such as weather, time of day and time of year of a region or event. If it's raining, you learn to shoot macro and portraiture. If it's classic landscapes maybe it's a dawn shoot for the perfect light. Every course is supported by comprehensive notes on everything relating to travel photography - ideal as a reference guide on the road.
■ Where, when and how to go, what to shoot, what gear
■ Practical advice on street etiquette, back up and storage
■ Travel experiences - culture, skiing, cruising, wildlife safaris, 4WD, nature, sports & more
■ Destinations - Australia, Asia, Europe, Polar regions, Africa, the Americas - every continent
■ All geographical regions - deserts, rainforests, savanna, the taiga, glaciers, mountains, the oceans, cities
There are currently no dates scheduled for this workshop. Please get in touch if you'd like to know when this workshop will run in the future.