SUNSET PHOTOGRAPHY CLASS
Uncover the beauty of the night. The last rays of daylight as Sydney Harbour comes alive after dark to provide a unique photographic canvass. We get you taking great photos and educate you along the way. An experienced photographer and supported with handout notes ensures you get the knowledge as well as the shot. Our classes are small so you get plenty of personal attention. In a small group you will learn tips on long exposure, night photography and composition. Location varies to meet the groups needs but ensure the Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge are included.
Understand your light meter and ISO
Use of manual and long exposure photography
White Balance and Composition
A mirrorless, hybrid PASM camera or full DSLR is suitable. Any film photographers are also welcome.
Students must understand aperture and shutter speed control or have completed our Essentials class as it will be an extensive practical workshop with limited classroom theory.
All students are encouraged to their own tripod for this class. If you don’t have a tripod the trainer does have limited additional tripods on a share basis.
A very popular digital photography class for those who enjoy travel photography or capturing a city under lights. Hundreds of students have enjoyed this class just like Graham who said
` The presenter Terry really knows his stuff. He made this really interesting and gave good opportunities to engage with students in helping them understand the concepts and techniques. Highly recommend.’
Ideal for travelers or those wanting to understand advanced photography technique.
Course Days and Times:
Mondays, Wednesdays and Sundays
3:00pm -6:30pm (AEST)
5:00pm – 8:30pm (AEDST)
Course Fee (Booking Fee may apply)
Dress suitably for the weather and the environment of kneeling or sitting outdoors when taking a photo. A solid backpack or camera bag is recommended to carry all your personal and camera accessories as we move between the classroom and the outdoor backdrop. Always check that you have charged the batteries and we prefer you to have a clean, empty memory card with the camera. Find more answers to your questions by viewing our FAQ’s following