Niwa Photography Workshop 1st September [photography courses northern beaches sydney]

Are you looking for a photography course in Sydney to help make better use of your digital camera?
• Learn simple but effective photography techniques with Grand Master of Photography, Tania Niwa GM Photog AIPP.
• Fun and easy to understand workshop designed to suit beginners and enthusiasts of all levels.
• Use your own digital ‘point & shoot’ camera or digital SLR .
• Workshop will start at our Brookvale studio and continue on to nearby locations to practice photography techniques.
• You will be shown how to:
– create balanced, harmonious images
– compose and photograph people in a variety of scenarios
– use various camera settings such as ‘shutter priority’, aperture priority, and ‘manual’ modes
– how to consistently produce sharply focused photos
We will provide:
– a take home workbook, which you can write notes in during the course
– a pocket size camera setting tips card
– people (including a family) to photograph so you can practice new techniques, get immediate feedback from Tania, and therefore learn quickly
• Please bring your own lunch (or you can buy it at the cafe opposite the aquarium), snacks and something warm to wear outdoors just in case.
• Cost $250. Bring and friend and you each pay only $215.
• Saturday 1st September 2012 11am to 3pm
Tania Niwa Photography workshops are proudly supported by Canon Australia. Note: you don’t have to have a Canon camera to be a part of the course.
 


Here’s a testimonial from Geoff Heaton who took a recent photography course
“Even though I have been taking photographs for 30 years, there is always something new to learn. I was lucky enough to do a portrait class with Tania Niwa who was able to make me much more aware of what factors make a good photograph a great photograph such as balance, light, posture, don’t do’s, framing your shot, use of foreground and background, ramping up your ISO to match the light and even entertaining your model. Tania has shown me how to think about the photograph.
Now, I think I can go out there and use this ‘fab’ knowledge as a workflow and see how to frame the photograph up before I click that shutter button. This course was really useful.
Here’s a testimonial from Reece Robinson who was also on the same photography course
“Thanks very much for today’s photography workshop. It was a great experience for me and I learned a lot. I always seek high value training workshops and courses and I am happy that your workshop delivered the goods.” Reece is pictured on the top image (far left) and partly obscured in the image above.