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from AU$150.00

Individual photography mentoring

One on one photography lesson

Next Available: Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat
(Private Dates Available)
Live via Zoom
1 hour 15 mins
Group Size: 1 - 1

Description

Have you always wanted to learn photography, but never quite worked out how to move off auto mode? Do you have a camera that’s sitting in your cupboard, collecting dust? Are you looking to develop a fun, creative outlet, but need some help getting started?

Join professional photographer and photography educator Krystal Seigerman for a 1-hour & 15-minute online lesson that is tailored to you and your unique needs.

Whether you are a complete beginner starting from scratch, or an experienced hobbyist who needs a quick refresher, this is for you!

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What you will learn

  • Optimal camera set up to suit your individual needs and interests
  • Key concepts of camera craft
  • Constructive feedback on your photos that will inspire and motivate you

What you will get

  • A PDF of notes emailed before the lesson
  • 1 hour & 15-minute, one-on-one lesson, via Zoom

What to bring

  • Fully charged camera with memory card (DSLR, mirrorless or compact- for smartphones, please enquire before booking)
  • Notepad and pen to take notes
  • Laptop or desktop computer with Zoom downloaded

What to wear

Casual clothing

Appropriate for

Beginners to intermediate experience level, ages 16 +

Additional dates

If you can't see a suitable date and time, please feel free to email (krystal@camerakind.com.au) and we'll do our best to accomodate you.


Camerakind

4 Reviews

CAMERAKIND 

Photography education for everybody


Krystal Seigerman has been a professional photographer for over 15 years. She also loves sharing her knowledge and has eight years of experience teaching photography at tertiary and community institutions such as RMIT University, La Trobe University, Melbourne Polytechnic and CAE. As an educator, Krystal is recognised for her friendly, accessible and engaging teaching approach. She is skilled at breaking down complex information, removing barriers and inspiring others to develop their technical and creative skills. Krystal believes anyone can learn to take great photographs with a little guidance.

In 2003, Krystal completed a Bachelor of Media Arts (Photography) at Deakin University and in 2016, a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment at RMIT. She has regularly exhibited her work since 2004. Krystal has been a finalist in the National Photographic Portrait Prize and the Incinerator Art Award as well as the Olive Cotton Award for Photographic Portraiture on four occasions. Her work has appeared in publications including The Big Issue magazine, The Australian and Australian Geographic magazine. Krystal has also contributed her images to several books including "Beyond Reasonable Drought", "Remembrance" and "Heartland: Celebrating Fifty Years of the Australian Conservation Foundation." Her work is held in the permanent collections of Horsham Regional Art Gallery and the State Library of Queensland. Krystal has been a member of MAPgroup (Many Australian Photographers), an independent association of documentary photographers, since 2006.

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4.5 (2 reviews)
Helena
27 September 2020Individual photography mentoring
Thank you Krystal for a lovely one on one class in photography. I am a complete beginner at taking photos. You were really patient, I learned a heap of things, and good tips and how to operate my camera.. Armed with all this I am exited about moving forward and hopefully capture the perfect shot! Thank you!
Camerakind 28 September 2020

Thank you Helena, I'm so glad you found the lesson useful!

Irene
10 September 2020Individual photography mentoring
Had a great one-on-one session with Krystal the other night and would highly recommend her personable style to anyone seeking to brush up on their photography skills. My skills were very rusty - not having touched my digital SLR camera for some years - but Krystal was patient and happy to cover any topics I wanted to learn more about.
Camerakind 11 September 2020

Thanks so much Irene, so glad it was helpful!


Refund Policy

By making a booking you are agreeing to the following:

- Rescheduling: If you need to reschedule, please email krystal@camerakind.com.au as soon as possible. If it is less than 2 weeks before your lesson or workshop, a $40 rescheduling fee will apply. If it is less than 48 hours before your lesson or workshop, it will unfortunately be forfeited. Please note, only one reschedule is possible.

- Missed lesson/workshop: Camerakind does not offer refunds or makeup sessions for missed lessons or workshops. However, if you can't make a class, you can arrange with Camerakind to send someone else in your place.

- Cancelled lesson/workshop: In the event that a lesson or workshop is cancelled by Camerakind, students will be notified via text message or email and entitled to a full refund or credit or they can reschedule to another available date. 

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Terms & Conditions

Anyone partaking in any lessons/workshops or coming to any events at Camerakind or organised by Camerakind must agree to these terms and conditions.

1.) LIABILITY WAIVER

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 lessons, workshops and/or events organised by Camerakind.

2.) PHOTO & VIDEO

I agree to give Camerakind unrestricted publishing rights for any photographs or videos taken at Camerakind lessons, workshops and events or on Camerakind premises. (For use of Camerakind marketing materials).

3.) REFUNDS

No cancellations or refunds are possible.

4.) CANCELLATIONS

In the event that a lesson or workshop is cancelled by Camerakind, students will be notified via text message or email and entitled to a full refund or credit or they can reschedule to another available date. 

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