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Want to take better photos? Tired of photos that are out of focus or have only half your subject in the shot? Wanting to move beyond travel 'happy snaps'? Or are you wanting to become a more serious photographer, but don't want to commit to a long, expensive course? The solution is the successful 'Beyond Point and Shoot' course which is again being offered by Camberwell Camera Club in 2016.
Improve your camera skills in this comprehensive course
Camberwell Camera Club, an established, community based photographic club with over 60 years of history, is running this comprehensive course for photographers who are keen to improve their skills. Commencing on Thursday 29 September, the course involves seven two-hour interactive sessions, running from 7.30 - 9.30pm on Thursday evenings, as well as three half-day weekend workshops, which will encourage course participants to put the theory into practice.
The Thursday evening sessions are held at St John's Anglican Church, Rutherford Room, 552 Burke Rd, Camberwell, and take place on 29 September, 6, 13, 20 and 27 October, and 3 and 10 November. The weekend workshops take place on 23 and 29 October, and 6 November.
Course content includes how to handle your camera
Facilitators of the course share knowledge on the following topics:
Ken Spence, president of Camberwell Camera Club commented: "This course is perfect for people who know how to use their camera in a general sense, but want to take their images to the next level. We are very proud to have received such great feedback and look forward to running the course again in 2016."
Students will participate in both classroom learning and a series of practical workshops
The cost of this practical course is: Club members, $250; non-members, $285; full-time students, $185.
For more information, or to enrol for this course, click here, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.