Learn more about your camera and taking photos "in-the-field" while exploring the bushland around Sydney Harbour.
Enjoy a walking tour of the Mosman Foreshore from Athol Wharf to the spectacular Bradleys Head. See historical sights, Sydney City vistas and amazing bushland.
While on your journey Chris will provide expert instruction and advice on the artistic and technical skills needed for great photos as well as feedback.
The practical skills covered will include understanding Light Quality, Focusing, Metering & Exposure, Composition plus the creative use of the Lens, Aperture and Shutter speed.
Christopher Maait has taught B&W Darkroom, Photography and related subjects over the past ten years at the College. He has worked extensively as a Freelance Professional in the Commercial and Advertising field for over twenty years.
Christopher's passion for the craft of Photography has grown and evolved over time and is happy to share his knowledge (and passion) with his students. He is co-author of the book 'Mosman Meanders and Foreshore Flavours' which was nurtured, through various courses, with a long term student of the College, Claire Mitchell.
This is a worksop over a 4 hour period.
- Understand your camera while taking photos "in-the-field".
- See historical sights, City vistas and amazing bushland right here in Sydney.
- Gain from expert instruction and advice on your photos.
- The artistic and technical skills needed for great travel photos
- A copy of the book "Mosman Meanders and Foreshore Flavours" by Claire Mitchell and Christopher Maait
- Digital Camera
- Flash (optional)
- Tripod (optional but useful, borrow one if you don't have one).
Comfortable walking shoes, Weather appropriate gear (e.g. Raincoat or hat).
This class is for adults with some photographic experience. A reasonable level of fitness required as bushland tracks are encountered.
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Mosman Evening College was established in 1949 when the NSW state government, under the Shared Use of School Premises Agreement, made classrooms and halls in NSW schools available in the evenings for local community groups to conduct courses.
On opening night, 293 students submitted their application for enrolment with classes in Dressmaking, Music Appreciation, Dramatic Art, Weaving, Cooking, and Woodwork & Millinery. Further classes were contemplated in physical education for females and glove making.
Today we offer over 300 courses per term for students of all ages both day and night for members of the Mosman Community as well as further afield. Most of our classes continue to be held at Mosman High School, however an increase in the number and variety of courses on offer has lead to other local venues being used.
In 2002 the college became known as Mosman Community College with the mission of providing lifelong learning opportunities in the local area.
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