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Brisbane Photography Group      Brisbane
The Brisbane Photography Group is a regular, fortnightly social gathering for people who share a passion for photography and want to practise their skills. It gives you the chance to meet up with other photographers, trade tips and build friendships.
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Saturday the 24th of February 2018
Freezing the Action - New Farm Ferry terminal at 10am
In this session we will be looking at how you can use your camera's shutter speed settings to capture action in sharp focus.
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Each two hour class will focus on one theme or particular aspect of photography, in a different location each fortnight. Our professional photography instructor, Adam Robert Young, will also be there to help answer questions and offer advice on the day. Groups larger than 12 will have multiple instructors.

Please note that this event is a social meet up (not a formal class) and is best suited to photographers who want the opportunity to explore different photography topics every fortnight and know how to use their cameras on manual mode (not total beginners). If you are after a more structured educational experience, Photoh also offers a Photography for Beginners course that is conducted in a smaller group, so you have more opportunity to interact with your instructor one-on-one.

The minimum age requirement is 10 years old; children under 14 need to be accompanied by an adult, who will need to make a separate booking. General attendance costs $35, but may occasionally be higher if a model, studio hire or special equipment is required. A DSLR camera, or a camera with manual controls is preferable, but you are welcome to bring bring any kind of camera or smartphone. There will be a substantial amount of walking involved on the day, so please wear comfortable shoes and bring an umbrella should the weather call for it.

Your experience doesn’t stop once the class ends - you can also share your photos and other handy tips with your peers on the Facebook page and in the Brisbane Photography Facebook Group, and enter our fortnightly themed competitions to have chances to win great photography prizes.
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Upcoming Dates
Saturday the 24th of February 2018
Freezing the Action - New Farm Ferry terminal at 10am
In this session we will be looking at how you can use your camera's shutter speed settings to capture action in sharp focus.
Saturday the 10th of March 2018
Leading Lines in Photography - GoMA at 10am
This week we will be looking at how we can use leading lines as a tool when composing your photographs.
Saturday the 24th of March 2018
Framing the Street - Fortitude Valley at 10am
Street photography encompasses a wide range of genres, and this week we'll be looking at how you can use different crops and compositions to tell a story about your local area through your camera.
Saturday the 7th of April 2018
Capturing Afternoon Light - Teneriffe Ferry Terminal at 4pm
This week we will be looking at how you can use the afternoon light's 'golden hour' in your photography.
Saturday the 21st of April 2018
Shooting in Harsh Light - Teneriffe Ferry Terminal at 10am
This session will look at solutions to shooting in highly contrasted areas of light and dark, and how you can use harsh light for artistic effect.
Refund Policy: Full refunds given with 5 days notice. Dates can be changed with 2 days notice.
Photo by Daniel Chabierski
Photo by Daniel Chabierski
Photo by Daniel Chabierski
Photo by Daniel Chabierski
4.6/5 from 122 reviews
I love the challeng set to take a series of photos that tell a story. The advice and knowledge shared by Claire was as usual, inspirational.
5/5 by John Butler
Excellent, Claire always comes well prepared with a focus in mind. Explanations are clear and easy to understand. She provides excellent feedback and offers great suggestions on how to improve my photopraphy
5/5 by John Butler
Absolutely learnt so much. Clare is patient and enthusiastic inparting her knowledge.
5/5 by Karen Jackson
My father and I really enjoyed this event. Claire was extremely helpful and we went away feeling like we had learnt some good skills.
5/5 by Catherine Wells
The meet-ups are just the best: fun, informative and great to meet such talented, likeminded people. Claire (Brisbane meet-up tutor) is such an inspiration!
5/5 by Cat
The event itself was well planned and the facilitator was an excellent communicator - always willing to help - the group participants were all friendly!
5/5 by Rosemary Featherstone
Great session. Claire was gave invaluable advice and insights into how to improve my photos.
5/5 by John Butler
Excellent. Great tips and advice. Claire works well with all participants and gives positive feedback.
5/5 by John Butler
Claire was great she enabled me to learn and practice new skills. Her critique of photos was constructive providing suggestions for improvement. A totally enjoyable event.
5/5 by John Butler
Claire was able to show us some motion blur techniques which we then practiced with her support. She spent time with everyone as individuals and as a whole group where she discuss and demonstrated the techniques. She also spent time discussing our photos with us individually and prompting us to try something different. Overall I found this experience very informative and helpful. Thank you Claire.
5/5 by Debbie Kiehne

4/5 by Sharon Beeston
By the end of the macro meet-up, I had sore feet, new friends, lots of inspiration and some new tips to try next time. The perfect day, really!
5/5 by Cat
Good advice from Lachlan redarding taking reflections and stacking the elements of the photo to give it depth. He provides ideas that would improve a photo. Good group, friendly and willing to share.
4/5 by John Butler
This was out first workshop and really enjoyed it, Lachlan was friendly, informative and shared his knowledge spending time between all the participates. Had a great and will be booking some more workshops.
5/5 by Wendy Heath
Lachlan gave some valuable advice and tips on photographing in different light scenarios. He was a useful model in allowing for experimentation.
4/5 by John Butler
Hands on advice is always a good way to learn.
4/5 by Suzanne Sheridan
Good location and helpful instructor - very large group of people at the event - good for social meet up
4/5 by Barbara O'Brien
It was great to be able to practice and get a handle on hyperfocus. Adam provided valuable advise and tip[s for improving photos.
5/5 by John Butler
Great. Useful tips and and great advice on how to improve your photos. Adam is approachable and always willing to help.
5/5 by John Butler

5/5 by Donelle Paul
It was great - I learnt a lot! Adam has a lovely manner and the way he criticed my photos was extremely helpful!
5/5 by Jill Smith
well put together, Adam know what he was talking about. Really help me
5/5 by Donelle Paul
Adam was good at explaining how to improve your photos and gave good information on how and what to look for.
4/5 by Patrick Zalewski

5/5 by Maureen J Bird

5/5 by Maureen J Bird
This was fantastic
5/5 by Nick Bajic
Pretty good for my first time at something like this.
4/5 by Marie
The group was small enough to get attention from the leader. Great tips on how to compose shots with the different light available.
5/5 by James Morris
It was great! Adam is an excellent teacher and Allison was an excellent assistant and was very helpful.
5/5 by Michelle
Thoroughly enjoyed the morning. Adam is a very experienced photographer keen to share his knowledge. Next time I will remember my hat!
5/5 by Sharon Beeston
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