Half Day Photography Class

Learn the basics of digital photography in no time

4 hours Class size 1 to 10

label $125 (or 4 payments of $31.25 Afterpay)

This is a fantastic digital photography class that’s designed to get you out of Auto mode and shooting in Manual mode on your DSLR or mirrorless camera instead.

It’s the perfect taster session for those who can’t commit to a longer course, but who want to get a serious handle on the manual capabilities of their camera. Suitable for absolute beginners as well as Intermediate level photographers, you will learn the foundation principles of creative DSLR photography and how to use a DSLR or mirrorless camera.

At the end of this short four-hour photography course, you’ll be confident and capable to shoot in manual mode, as well as aperture and shutter priority modes, from now on.

Sydney’s central historic district The Rocks will be the setting for some magnificent photo opportunities.

In this photography course, you will learn:

  • Manual mode
  • Aperture priority mode
  • Shutter priority mode
  • How to control exposure
  • What is depth of field
  • How to control ISO for maximum image quality
  • Different focusing techniques and when to use them
  • Rules of composition
  • How to control movement
  • How to manage a background problem
  • Correcting perspective

Knowledge required
Perfect for beginners and if you want to up skill your own techniques.
What to bring
All you need is your DSLR, Mirrorless camera to do the course!

Photo Workshop Australia is fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and adheres to COVID-19 government guidelines.

Additional precautions taken: I can also supply clinical gloves for students if they require them.


The Rocks, NSW

Exact location is anonymised for privacy. You'll get the specific address after booking.

Your teacher
Photo Workshop Australia
Photo Workshop Australia

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Editorially in the UK, Scott shot for Vogue, Arena, Marie Claire, Elle, GQ, The Sunday Times Magazine and others. While in Australia he has shot for Marie Claire, Instyle, Nio.se, and the Sunday Telegraph. His Beauty, Fashion and Portraiture work has been published in over 20 countries around the globe, including Europe and the USA.

During his time in London, he shot more than a dozen Sunday Times Magazine covers. His Kissing Cover was included in an international exhibition of the Sunday Times 100 best covers and published in Cover Story (2006). The exhibition toured the world, and his Frankencience Cover was voted cover of the decade and is on permanent display at the Times Head Office in Wapping, London.

Scott had been based in London since 1995. Late in 2007 he relocated back to his home country of Australia and now lives in Sydney. In 2008, his portrait of a birth was included in Sydney Life Exhibition, and displayed in Hyde Park in the City for 2 months.

Apart from shooting Advertising campaigns and Editorial spreads for magazines, he is married with 2 lovely daughters and is often having a swim with them in the morning at Manly Beach.

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Julie Pearse Feb 2020

Good communication by Scott, especially when the original course couldn't go ahead due to lack of numbers and we had to arrange a substitute.
Scott was very willing to share his experiences, the things he had learnt himself, the mistakes he'd made and ways he had taught himself. He was more than willing to answer our questions and help us in any way he could.
We spent a bit of time going over some theory and background information on the fundamentals of photography, took some shots of iconic Sydney and plenty of notes!

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