Landscape Photography Course Blue Mountains – Saturday 1st February
Richard is a Nikon Australia Lecturer and Blue Mountains Photographer who currently mentors individuals ranging from people who have just purchased their camera to those wanting to establish their career in photography. Come and join us on our Landscape photography course Blue Mountains and experience what your camera is capable of.
The Landscape Photography Course Blue Mountains is suited for those photographers wanting to learn how to shoot landscapes, waterfalls and have a better understanding of their cameras capabilities and tools required to get a great Photo. You will learn how to shoot long exposures in the day to blur clouds and/or water. You will need an understanding of Manual Exposure prior to this course.
Courses can be tailored to the needs of the individual or group. Topics taught include:
- Using filters, Polarisers, Neutral Density and Graduated
- Long Exposures during the day
- Motion in Landscapes
- Sunset Shoot
- Focus options for Landscapes
- JPEG and Raw
- Image editing overview
Hands on experience.
You will have a ball on our Landscape photography course Blue Mountains, its a great day out in the Blue Mountains learning to use your camera, we limit numbers to 3 so you get the best instruction possible. In this course we cover landscape photography in detail utilising filters, bracketing, long exposure and look at lighting and its role in our image.
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In our Blue Mountains Photography Courses and our Night Photography Courses Sydney we give you hands on experience and the concepts to learn how to use your camera more effectively and get the most out of your camera. We teach you how to to read the light and adjust these settings accordingly to give you a correct exposure and creatively capture your scene based on the light in your scene. I do give you some base settings initially but by the end of the course you will have an understanding of how to apply the concepts and have the tools to troubleshoot the lighting issues you face and then become more creative with your shots. You will understand why an image turns out the way it does instead of ‘stumbling’ across the correct settings for what you are trying to achieve.
It then comes down to like anything in life ‘practice’.
‘Theory without practice is time wasted’
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Richard also runs courses for Nikon Australia
Landscape Photography Course Blue Mountains