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Clermont Photography Workshops: Sat 17 Nov- Sun 18 Nov

  • Life Portraits 15 Sandlewood Close Moggill Australia (map)


By the end of the weekend course attendees will understand the manual, aperture priority and shutter priority settings on their cameras, when and how to use them, how to take control of the aesthetics of their images, take images in a variety of natural lighting conditions, how to use light modifiers to enhance your image, how to position your subject to the sun and much more. They will also have an understanding of post-production workflows and how a working knowledge of two of the most popular processing software packages in the photographic industry, Lightroom and Photoshop.

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Location TBA

The workshops and costs are outlined below:


  • Beginners Photography (6 hour workshop - 8am-2pm) $200pp

  • Natural Light Photography (4 hour workshop - 2.30pm-6.30pm) $150

  • Bulk Saving: Attend both day 1 courses (10 hours of training) for $300 ($50 saving)


  • Post Production course in Lightroom/Photoshop - Portraiture & Landscapes (6 hour workshop - 8am-2pm) $300


  • Attend both Day 1 and Day 2 courses (16 hours of in depth training) including beginners photography, natural light and post production for just $500 (saving $150 over individual course costs).


Online Sign up: Please sign up for the workshops via the signup form below. As per above, we have a section of package discounts. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us.

Sign-up via email and invoice: If you have any difficulties with the sign-up below, please send us an email to detailing the courses you wish to sign up for and we can create an invoice for you to pay via bank transfer.

Your details will be sent to us and we will contact you soon about the finer details of the workshops. To find out more about the workshops on offer, see below the sign up form.


Saturday 17 November
8am - 2pm - Beginners Photography

This workshop is designed to introduce you to the concepts of ISO, aperture and shutter speed, how they relate to each other, the effects they have on your image and how you can use them to unlock the full potential of your camera and your imagination to truly launch you on your photographic journey.

During the Session you will learn the difference between shooting RAW and Jpg, how to expose an image correctly, white balance - What it is and how to use it, the relationship between ISO, shutter speed and aperture and how to select them, how to use shutter speed & aperture to take full control over the aesthetics of your image, basic composition, how to quickly decide on your camera settings in any situation

Saturday 17 November
2.30pm-6.30pm - Natural Light Photography

Attendees will learn how to use their natural surroundings to help shape and control light when they have no control over the actual light itself (i.e. ambient or sunlight). Attendees will learn how to use natural light shaping tools such as reflectors and scrims as well as using their surroundings, walls, shadow zones etc to create interesting and different effects using only ambient light. Key Outcomes: Attendees will be able to produce memorable images and excellent results in even the most challenging lighting situations allowing them work at any time during the day and in both harsh and gently lighting situations.

Sunday 18 November
8am - 2pm - Post Production: Lightroom & Photoshop

This workshop is designed to get you up and running with Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop in just one day. Both of these programs are the industry standard for post production of images today.

In particular, what most people don’t realise is that Lightroom is so much more than a piece of processing software, it’s a complete image management and filing system. The course will teach you the introduction to Lightroom, how it works, setup, importing, exporting, the develop module and it’s tools and advanced processing with going out of Lightroom into through Photoshop. When concentrating on Photoshop, we provide a full introduction to the basic Photoshop tools for photographers. The key topics are based around Photoshop and its relationship with Lightroom, which to use, when and how to make them work together to supercharge your image editing.

Our course is designed as an overview of how to work with the software to make it the very hub of your post production workflow.