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Photography Course: February and March 2016






Some class participants on a field trip during our 2015 course






Light and Motion Photography is pleased to announce that we are hosting another Photography Course in Sydney, during February and March 2016. This is designed ideally for photographers who have at least a knowledge of the basics of photography, including shooting in manual mode on a DSLR. However, everyone is welcome. The course will focus on landscape and travel photography, with an emphasis on composition, lighting, and advanced image capture and post processing techniques. Time Lapse Photography will also be covered.

The course will be held at 2 George St. Epping NSW 2121, on Monday evenings 7pm to 9pm: February 29th, March 7th, 14th and 21st.

In addition, we have planned 3 field trips, with the aim to allow some time on the Monday evenings following each field trip to perform image review and feedback. These are scheduled for:

1. March 6th (Sunday afternoon and evening) - Sunset landscapes and Night Photography, Pulpit Rock, Blue Mountains NSW.

2. March 13th (Sunday Morning) – Sunrise shoot at Kiama, Cathedral Rocks. Seascapes.

3. March 20th (Sunday Morning) – Sunrise shoot at Maroubra. Seascapes.

Essentials for the course are:

- DSLR or mirrorless camera. Ability to shoot in full manual mode and capture in a RAW format. The camera should have a bulb mode.
- Tripod
- Cable release

Coursework documentation will be supplied.

Cost: All proceeds will be donated to the Epping Church Mission Project which supports International Children's Care.

More about the Project here . More on International Children's Care here

Our course in 2015 raised over $4000 towards this cause.

We are asking for a minimum donation of $200, although you may be moved to contribute more.

The course is strictly limited to 20 participants, after which there will be a wait list.

For further details and enrollment: ajing@lightandmotionphotography.com or use the contact form on this website.


















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