Johannesburg Photography workshop 22 May 2010
I am pleased to announce the first in a series of fun and interactive photography workshops that will help you to not only understand the basics of digital photography but also explore the creative side of the craft.
Join Photo-Africa (Kerry de Bruyn and Gerry van der Walt) on 22 May 2010 at the Inanda Country Club in Johannesburg for ‘Digital Photography: What? How? Why?’
Aimed at beginner and intermediate photographers and users of both compact and DSLR cameras, this full day workshop will help you to dramatically improve your images in one day. The workshops has been designed around the most common questions people ask about digital photography. What is aperture? How can I improve my images? Why is the rule of thirds important? Why not? What do I do once my image is in on my computer?
Through a combination of theory, practical exercises and visual presentations we will work through the technical, artistic and post processing elements of digital photography.
At this stage the workshop will take place on Saturday 22 May 2010 but should the group size go over 20 an additional workshop might be organized for Saturday 15 May. Please note that the workshop can also be arranged as a private event so if you have more than 6 people that are interested please contact me for further details.
We are in the process of setting up a website for this and future workshops and photographic safaris so make sure to pop in at http://www.photo-africa.com/workshops to stay up to date with any future events. The site is still under construction but major updates coming soon.
Later this year this workshop will also be presented in various cities and towns across SA so keep your eye on the website for details!
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me. I look forward to welcoming you at one of our workshops! If you would like the Workshop Info sheet and Booking form or any additional information please fill in the form below.