You’ll learn to use all the functions on your DSLR camera, and how to give your photos a professional quality. If you want to pursue a career in photography, this is a great class to kickstart your portfolio.
Taught by professional photographer Francis Keating, the class will cover a range of technical aspects, including aperture, shutter speed, ISO, white balance and focal length. You’ll also learn about composition, lighting and correct exposure.
This is a very hands-on class, so you’ll have plenty of time to practise your new skills on the day.
A DSLR camera, or a camera with manual controls is preferable, but you may bring any kind of camera (with detachable or built-in lens). Please also be sure to bring plenty of memory cards and fully charged batteries.
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 hands-on activity 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 share your photos with your peers in the Brisbane Photography Facebook Group, where members can exchange photography tips, ask questions and receive constructive criticism on photos.
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.
Learned so many new techniques. Very easy to follow. 5/5 by Carmel Tripp 2-7-2017
Excellent! Well organised, great content, clearly explained and demonstrated, great atmosphere and fun! 5/5 by Rhiannon Baltzer 18-1-2016
My teenage son really enjoyed it. He said he learnt loads of skills on his new camera and now would like to do a night photography course. He said his teacher was very easy to understand and he enjoyed the areas of photography that he learnt about 5/5 by LUIS Arnet 16-1-2016
Francis explained the terms really clearly, and how they could be used to create certain effects in your photographs. It really clarified my understanding of various photographic terms. 5/5 by Jenny Gill 2-3-2015