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Photography Basics: DSLR



Description

Join us and get up to speed on Digital SLR Photography!  Designed with the novice in mind this workshop combines the essential theory along with plenty of practical picture taking, ample time for questions plus the opportunity to try out these new found techniques. You’ll be run through some basic technical details which after you complete the workshop will give you the confidence to take your camera off AUTO mode, and shoot manually!

ABOUT ALANA + KARLY POTTS

Alana and Karly are analogue and digital photographers. Growing up in regional NSW their work is a reflection of their surroundings of their youth – organic, and honest in capturing a natural imagery and those who wander through. The sisters are experimental in process and practice. Self-taught and freelance, they work with a variety of photographic mediums. They explore manual formats including 35mm film photography, engaged by the grainy and raw aesthetic and method, which they find complimentary to their photographic style – having an eye and an appreciation of the Australian landscape and how this translates into people, art and culture.

The girls learnt their way around the manual settings of a film camera before picking up a DSLR which developed a greater respect and understanding for film and a natural and learned transition into digital photography. They collaborated in creating ‘The Wildfolk Collective’ and curated a series of 35mm zines featuring different places and scapes. The most recent series focused on the coastal climates and the hills and hinterland from a high summer at home which later became a solo exhibition, ‘Salty’ at This Must Be The Place in 2016. Their portfolio includes a range of styles and mediums – portrait photography – landscape  photography – editorial photography – photojournalism – music photography – wedding and event photography and creative direction. Their clients include Analogue.Gallery, Creative Mornings Brisbane, National Young Writers Festival, and a series of local publications, artists and events, dappling in mixed media and visual art as complimentary to their visual body of work.

@alanapotts // @karlypotts //@thewildfolkcollective

alanapotts.com // 

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What you will learn
  • Basic technical details (like what all the fancy numbers and letters on your camera mean
  • What different modes are for and how to improve composition and framing
  • Get shooting so you can get a solid grasp on what we’ve covered on the day!
What you will get
  • A clear understanding of technical jargon such as ISO, shutter speed and so on
  • An explanation of the different modes on your camera
  • Composition and framing skills
  • An overview of RAW files and their advantages

What to bring
  • The camera + lenses you’re hoping to build a better relationship with!
  • Notepad, pen
What to wear

Light comfortable clothing so you can get your WORK-SHOP ON! You will be walking offsite to shoot, so wear comfortable shoes.

Appropriate for

Absolutely all photography lovers welcome.


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Work-Shop

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Work-Shop is a creative concept that will broaden your horizons and help you unleash your inner awesome. We provide affordable short courses in life skills and alternative art. We’ve teamed up with Australia’s brightest creative minds to share their knowledge and help teach you a new skill.

From printmaking and stencil art through to music and gardening. From life skills and personal development through to blending tea and parkour, we offer a broad range of fun and creative short courses to suit our time poor lives. We will inspire you to pick up that pen, paintbrush, hammer or sewing machine and flick the switch that will kickstart a whole new way of life.

Locations: Sydney, Melbourne, Northern Rivers, Brisbane, Adelaide & Fremantle

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Cancelation & Refund Policy

REFUNDS

Work-Shop requires 72 hours notice in writing prior to the class for a full refund. If you miss this window, earn some extra karma points and give your ticket to one of your buddies. The tickets are fully transferable. Email learn@work-shop.com.au to organise a refund.

CANCELLATIONS

We’ll do our darndest to run all scheduled classes, however, let’s face it… sometimes shit happens! Most of our classes must have a minimum of 5 participants before we can put them on. In the event that a class is cancelled, students will be notified via email and entitled to a full refund or credit.

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Terms & Conditions

Anyone partaking in any classes or coming to any events at Work-Shop or organised by Work-Shop must agree to these terms and conditions.

1.) LIABILITY WAIVER

  •  Any damage, loss or theft incurred to personal property property brought into Work-Shop’s premises.
  • Any physical injuries sustained as a result of participating in any class or event organised by Work-Shop.

I agree to take on full responsibility for any damages, injuries and for physical and/or personal property, which I might incur whilst participating in classes and/or events organised by Work-Shop.


2.) PHOTO & VIDEO

I agree to give Work-Shop unrestricted publishing rights for any photographs or videos taken at Work-Shop classes and events or on Work-Shop’s premises. (Don’t worry, we’ll only these use to show others how much of a rad time you’re having through social media, newsletters, blogs, website and general Work-Shop promo material)

3.) REFUNDS

Work-Shop requires 72 hours notice in writing prior to the class for a full refund. If you miss this window, earn some extra karma points and give your ticket to one of your buddies. The tickets are fully transferable. Email learn@work-shop.com.au to organise a refund.

4.) CANCELLATIONS

We’ll do our darndest to run all scheduled classes. Most of our classes must have a minimum of 5 participants before we can put them on. In the event that a class is cancelled, students will be notified via email and entitled to a full refund or credit.

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Rebecca

14 June 2017 • Photography Basics: DSLR

I had a great time learning how to properly use my camera at the Brisbane workshop. Informative and patient teachers made the whole experience great. Superb value for money, I would recommend it to anyone thinking about doing a basics course. I can't wait to get out there and start shooting

John

09 June 2017 • Photography Basics: DSLR

The class was supposed to be for anyone, beginners up. If I was an absolute beginner I would have been very disappointed as they assumed you knew the terminology used. Time wasted on introducing everyone and walking to Chinatown carpark.

Peri

07 June 2017 • Photography Basics: DSLR

Alana and Karly were great - they were hands on, down to earth and nonjudgmental with my lack of skill and (probably) silly questions. I went in knowing nothing about the settings on my dslr, and at the end of the session I was able to explain the All AND put them into use accurately! Thankyou ladies! Much recommended!