|Posted on July 30, 2013 at 2:30 AM|
WITH TONI FULLER MASTER PHOTOGRAPHER ON
NIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY CLASSES, BEGINNERS CAMERA CLASSES AND INTERMEDIATE CAMERA TECHNIQUES ON THE COFFS COAST WITH COFFS HARBOUR PHOTOGRAPHY AND TONI FULLER'S PHOTOGRAPHY SCHOOL.
WELL I have had a well earned break over the Winter months and have recharged for the next round of classes in 2013.
Just because I have not been running classes does not mean that I have not been shooting and I have some lovely new work to keep me busy for a few weeks.
I thank all the newbies for their enquiries and remember I have not been ignoring you - I have been on holidays and working away for a period of weeks and ben unable to access my web site to update class times.
There are a few new classes this season as I try and keep up with demand ( you all do keep me thinking!) and make things accessible to the many kinds of people that end up at my Photography School web site.
Also breaking news is that I will be giving a Master Class at A Queensland Art College in September this year. Details are still being finalised but when they are I will list them here as well. If you wish to attend, email me at [email protected]@me.com so I can keep you in the know.
Back to the classes. On Sunday, August 11th, I will be holding a ONE DAY CLASS for those interested in a quick learning, or even re-learning experience. This class is aimed at teaching you are few basic skills and giving you a general knowledge of the different settings on your camera. A tripod is not necessary and a DSLR is the preferred camera. It does not matter whether you are driving a Canon DSRL, Nikon DSLR, Olympus DSLR, Sony DSLR, or what model it is , it just matters that you have one. Only one lens is required but as many of you have 'a kit' you would be silly not to bring both lenses.
THE above image was taken at a weekend, day class last year in Maclean, during the Yamba weekend course.
The next class that is new is a four week NIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY CLASS on the Coffs Coast. Starting on September 23rd, this class will be held over a four week period and I will expect you to do some home work to show me that you are understanding the principles of long exposures. Featuring low light, long exposures and interesting landscapes in both the latural and ruban landscapes this class is always popular.