Digital Photography Course - The Next Step

Intermediate Photography Course - Sydney (4hrs).
Practical digital photography courses for those photographers who want to take the next step in developing their photographic skills, and take better photos for travel, family, sport or business. Includes: landscapes, architecture, portraits, street, authentic farmers' market.
You have an understanding of basic functions on your camera but now want to go to the next step?
How to convey movement in an image - both freezing the action & using slow shutter speeds i.e waterfalls?
Pick up some tips on better portrait, landscape and travel photography?
Improve on your composition and depth of field technique?

These practical small group photography courses are designed for those who are proficient with the basics and want to develop their photographic skills. During the 4 hours of shooting you will visit a variety of lesser known locations around inner-city Sydney featuring interesting subjects for the keen photographer.

Photography Level: SignaturePhoto Essentials or Basics photography course. or relevant experience/knowledge.
Course duration: 4 hours practical workshop at various Sydney locations.
Cost: $200
Group size: small groups - max 5 persons

Next course dates: Sat 24 August, Sat 21 September
Max group size 5 persons. Course itinerary may vary.

Time: 10am-2pm

Course suitable for: These fun and informal digital photography courses are for those who have completed a previous SignaturePhoto photography course or workshop (or similar course elsewhere), and any photographer who wants to improve their skills. A hands-on short course teaching you how to take better photos using your camera more creatively.

Course outline: We begin the course at Everleigh market (Carriageworks) with a recap of your camera’s main functions and buttons. Then across to the undercover heritage-listed railway workshop where the farmers’ market is held to start shooting. This authentic growers’ market has a variety of fresh farm produce which lends itself to impromptu travel style shots using shallow depth of field techniques. We will also shoot in indoor gritty industrial photographic backdrops, providing practice for some low light shooting and composition.

We then proceed to Chinatown and Darling Harbour where afternoon light provide good photo subjects for refining your street and travel photography including fast and slow moving subjects using different shutter speeds.
View ‘Courses 2’ gallery to see photos taken on Next Step Course Sydney

This hands-on 4 hour photography workshop at various inner-city Sydney locations will inspire you to explore and discover new photographic skills: * aperture and creative use of depth of field * shutter speed (including how to capture movement) * various lighting situations and adjusting the correct white balance and ISO accordingly * emphasis on composition for creating striking and balanced images * tips on better portrait, landscape, sports and travel photography (i.e compelling impromptu/in-situ street portraits) * when to shoot Raw vs Jpeg.

How to book course: Book this course now via the booking page or email us via the contact form if any questions.

Course instructor: Sarah Jenkins - photographer & graphic designer.
Meeting point: Outside main entrance to Everleigh Market - 245 Wilson Street, Everleigh (near Redfern; 10 min drive from City road or Broadway. Redfern Station - 1 stop from Central Station on Cityrail train). Nearby street parking available and limited parking at Carriageworks. We finish at Darling Harbour.
What to bring: We recommend you have a digital SLR / Mirrorless camera (all brands ok: Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Olympus, Sony, Fuji, or quality non-DSLR camera). Bring your camera lenses, memory cards (at least 8 GB card), charged camera battery & a spare battery if possible.
N.B We reserve the right to change content & course location route depending on weather & time of year. Courses run on various times throughout the year but not necessarily every month.

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