Every one of our lifestyle or business oriented photography courses courses will inspire your photographic journey whatever your level of experience or camera gear you have - DSLR, mirrorless, compact, smartphone or drone. Our courses take the budding photographer from the basics of their camera function into a fuller understanding of light and composition.
Our serious amateur, advanced and business oriented courses build on these solid foundations, all providing 'hands-on' opportunities. These courses encourage participants to create outstanding work that truly bears their signature and style. They are perfect for building an impressive portfolio and to explore the commercial photographic opportunities on offer.
The Focus 10 Beginners photography course in Adelaide is ideal for those wishing to understand how to get the best out of their DLSR, mirrorless or compact camera with manual controls. It teaches the fundamentals of digital imaging, of handling light and the art of composition. 'Hands on' workshops throughout the course are intuitive, easy to understand and tutored by a professional photographer.
How to photograph Real Estate & Architecture for profit & fun in this practical Course running in Adelaide. Covering everything from camera gear and handling, lens selection, how to shoot interiors and exteriors, lighting, the importance of preparation, drones & marketing. This course is particularly suitable for those wanting to up skill and earn money.
This inspiring Travel Photography Course in Adelaide is designed delivers you the photographic skills to take stunning travel shots & the art of storytelling. Learn about the camera gear, camera handling and light and composition. Where, when & how to go, what to shoot & what camera gear, bag & accessories to pack.
This Smartphone Photography course in Adelaide teaches you to take much better photographs with your smartphone. Lens perspective, slo-mo, panos, exposure control, with a strong focus emphasis on lighting and creative composition. We shoot street scenes, portraits, products, architecture and food around Sydney's Rocks district in a punchy, fun, dynamic three hours.