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Learn to take excellent photos at night
Have you ever taken photos at night and when you actually download them onto your computer, or even attempt to print them, the quality of the photo is not so good? I know this has happened to me several times, as I really know nothing about taking photos at night. Sure, a smartphone nowadays is just that - smart - but even with this, there is an art to taking good photos at night.
Make sure you never have a mediocre photo again - just clear, fabulous night shots that you can be proud to put on social media!
Now you can have the opportunity to learn the do's and don't about night photography in this class.
It will be held on 24th November, 2018, from 8.00 pm to 11.00 pm. It will be held at Federation Square, 328 Swanston Street, Melbourne.
Cost is $99 and you can book at this website. Cost comes down to $90 each if you book for two people, $85 for three, and $80 for four people.
You can capture the beautiful sights and bright lights of the Christmas season in Melbourne with this photography course. It will be hosted by professional photographer, Alfonso Calero, and his brilliant team of helpers.
The lesson will cover the following:
Elements and principles in composition and design
Hands-on challenges to put the theory into practice
Taking your camera off auto mode, and understanding how to photograph in manual mode - you will be photographing in manual modes in graffiti filled lane-ways
Learn 10 technical and 10 creative points
Information on travel photography, such as street portraits, architecture, still life, abstract, landscapes, and nature
All about shutter speed, ISO, and aperture will be explained
What to bring to the class You will need a digital camera - any type will be okay. It will need to be fully charged and have spare batteries if possible. You will need to have an image card with a lot of space as you will be taking many photos, and you will need a camera that can be changed to manual.
It would also be a good idea to bring a notepad and a pen in case you want to write down anything from the class. Optional extras include a tripod, cable release or remote control.
What to wear For your comfort, it is best to wear casual clothes, good walking shoes and bring an umbrella (just in case).
There will be a minimum of two people in a class and a maximum of 10. Organisers, Australian Photography Travel, described this class as "a unique learning adventure to inspire and spark your passion for photography."
Make sure you book at the above link as this class has limited numbers of people.