Sunday, November 15, 2015

Want to shoot like a pro?


Talk to us about our Photography Workshops ... the perfect christmas gift.

If you, or someone special you know, is very lucky, and Santa has a shiny new camera in his sack ready for delivery then the second best present you could get is a lesson in how to make the very most of it. Even if you’re not getting a brand-new camera, you still want to get the very best out of your existing equipment and that’s where we can help…

Whatever your skill level - complete beginner, gifted amateur or wannabe pro - we have a short course that can help you make the most of every shot. Perhaps you just want to take better family photos, or maybe you are heading off for the trip of a lifetime, spending just a couple of hours with our senior photographer, Dave Wall, will give you the extra confidence to create more memorable imagery.


We have full-day and half-day courses for individuals, with one-on-one intensive training conducted both in the classroom and in the field with notes supplied in electronic and hardcopy form to refer back to in the future. Prices start at from as little as $50 per person for half-day.

We have half-day courses for small groups (up to 5 participants) conducted in a photo-safari style in photographically interesting locations where participants can get hand-on with a variety of techniques and styles and can enjoy peer-review sessions. These courses work-out very cost effectively. So get a group together to have fun learning a new skill.

We also have a range a short courses on specific subjects such as portraits and night photography which are available as one-to-one or group sessions. These courses are perfect for people who want to improve a specific aspect of their hobby and are carried out on-location with lots of hands-on tuition and practice.


If you’ve got a specific requirement or you’d like to find out more drop us an email or call on 1300 55 10 63 and we’ll answer any questions and book you in so you never have that “if only I could…” moment again!