Duration: 3 hours
Meeting point: Near Perth Railway Station
Cameras, their functions and all their accessories can be overwhelming if you’re not already familiar with them. Learn how to use your camera to capture moments, events, and people in your everyday life.
The class will cover a range of technical aspects, including aperture, shutter speed and ISO, amongst other photography principles. You’ll also cover focal length and lenses, lighting and correct exposure.
This class takes you on a walking tour around Perth, starting from Perth Railway Station, so you can practise in different surroundings. By the end of the class, you’ll have the confidence to apply your new skills in a variety of situations.
Participants are required to bring the following to the class:
Digital camera that has a manual settings option
Fully charged batteries (and spares if possible)
Blank image cards (two or more, formatted if possible)
Class sizes are kept small so each participant will have a chance to interact with the host on a one-to-one basis. There will be a substantial amount of walking involved on the day, so please wear comfortable shoes and bring an umbrella or a hat should the weather call for it.
Let Photoh help you create beautiful moments with every click of the shutter.If you'd like to book for a date that's not listed we can arrange a private class or group class to suit your needs.
Very informative & it was great having the opportunity to practice in reality with different types of shooting 4/5 by Sandra Glossop 7-1-2017
There was only 4 of us in the group which allowed us to spend a little more time with the tutor. Our tutor was great and very knowledgeable and the walk she took us on allowed us to use the broad range our cameras. 5/5 by Michael Davis 11-12-2016
Really enjoyed! Got some really helpful information on some functions of the camera....ISO, AV and TV. Thanks Karen!
Karen mentioned an email coming with some tips from the things we had learnt about??? 4/5 by Clare Baker 14-11-2016
Great. 5/5 by Lisa Aden 19-9-2016
4/5 by Roger Crosby 22-8-2016
I thought it was pretty good. 5/5 by Lloyd 21-8-2016
Very good event for the beginner.well explained and ideal to get an insight into what can be achieved. 4/5 by Ian Muir 11-8-2016
Great outcome 5/5 by Evelin Alvares 10-8-2016
The critiquing of my photos and feedback on how to improve them, the teacher explaining the aspects and importance of composition and lighting in a photo and the practicing what I learnt in the course. 5/5 by Helen Williams 7-8-2016
Good having small group . Instructor was excellent and inclusive of all in the group. Venues were also quite good. 5/5 by Andrew brouwer 11-6-2016
Karen is fantastic and the course provided me with the background knowledge I was hoping for. Highly recommended! 5/5 by Maren Umbach 6-6-2016
Karen was very good and knowledgeable... 5/5 by Berni 1-6-2016
Great beginners course! 4/5 by Xian-Li Davies 14-5-2016
Karen was fantastic, explained everything in easy to understand terms, which is important for a beginner. It was great that there was know information overload. 5/5 by Sarah Norman 13-4-2016
Karen was excellent 4/5 by Gerry Nugawela 20-3-2016
Really good. gave us a good introduction to the camera and photography and also rule of thirds 5/5 by Peter Marriott 6-3-2016
Informative, enjoyable. It was good that the group was not too big. It was good to get the instruction, have a practise and get feedback about the pictures. 5/5 by Tracey Robson 22-2-2016
very informative learnt a lot about my camera, instructor was totally professional and extremely helpful thanks for everything. 5/5 by Jeff Baci 21-2-2016
We enjoyed it. Although we've lived in Perth all our lives, there are places that I've walked past many times but never taken any notice of. That was a key thing for me, to start thinking outside the square.
I found it useful when Karen reviewed each persons photos at each stop, and pointed out interesting lighting, shapes, colours, negative space and where objects looked flat, and explained how to take a picture to make an object look 3D. To step back or get closer, pay attention to your background so that your object doesn't get lost in the background. I've picked up quite a few tips. 5/5 by Sandra Kennedy 7-2-2016
It was exactly what I was looking for. I wanted to learn about the functionality of some of the buttons and this course showed me. 5/5 by Marcus Niblett 18-1-2016
I thoroughly enjoyed it & found the instructor, Karen to be extremely knowledgable and patient. I highly recommend this course. 5/5 by Mim Quine 17-1-2016
Karen was really helpful and insightful. 5/5 by nichole holland 17-1-2016
I really enjoyed the morning, the facilitator was very knowledgeable. 4/5 by Lesley Felvus 5-12-2015
Recommended for people with a reasonable knowledge of there camera & photography 4/5 by JO EATON 18-10-2015
4/5 by Julie & Graham Edmunds 4-10-2015
Well planned and time for instructor to be with each person 5/5 by Jane Hamilton 4-10-2015
Good pace, well thought out locations for exercises. 5/5 by Jonathan Hall 22-8-2015
Karen was a wonderful instructor who exposed us to all the Photography aspects a DSLR beginner requires, this was an excellent insight into other places with in the city one may not visit. I would recommend this course to any budding beginner or a refresher to some more advanced photographers, 5/5 by Jack Kearney 29-7-2015
Really enjoyed the day! very casual, no pressure and some great advice/tips.
Thank you :) 5/5 by Derek Holton 28-7-2015
I thought it very informative and learnt a lot. I intend on going along to other group sessions. 4/5 by Hilary Forgan 12-7-2015