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Melbourne Photography Tours

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Published September 28th 2012

Hybrid and Digital SLR cameras are becoming more and more accessible these days, as they are available at a range of price points - but as these devices often have numerous functions, lenses and accessories, it can be a bit overwhelming for those new to the technology. If you perhaps fall into this category, or simply want to make the most of your camera - why not participate in a professional photography educational tour.

Hosted by a friendly professional in your local city - you will be taken to a range of different sites in a small group and learn the tricks of the trade, all whist creating some beautiful landscapes of your very own.

There are two levels to choose from;

- at an Entry level, you can learn about subject selection and composition and how to use your camera comfortably and confidently through 10 basic technical points and 10 creative points.

- at an Intermediate level, you can learn how to avoid technical problems in low light and night photography and learn how to shoot night landscapes creatively.

Both these photography tours run for 3 hours and are priced at $99.

If you are interested in a full day workshop - that is available also. It will involve two 3 hour sessions, and participants will learn 20 technical points and 20 creative points. This workshop is priced at $198.

So if you want to know how to use your digital camera's features in new and exciting ways - take advantage of these great photography tours and workshops.

For more information on these photography tours and workshops, please visit Photoh.
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Where: In front of the Melbourne Visitors Centre in Federation Square
Cost: From $99
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awesome idea, much better than a tacky CD by some has-been.
by alesl (score: 1|21) 2929 days ago
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