Sat 13 September to Sat 11 October
Join PhotoAccess teacher, Jane Duong, for a five week course during September and October
for beginners with digital cameras wishing to gain an understanding of the principles of photography
and the outcomes possible using different camera settings. Apply these skills at Lanyon, Calthorpes’ House and Mugga-Mugga, exploring the textures, landscapes and light of these heritage sites.
Following the workshop, a selection of images will be presented on the screen at CMAG.
$320, bookings and payment via PhotoAccess 6295 7810 or www.photoaccess.org.au
Closed-toe shoes and outdoor clothing required. Please bring a camera and a memory card.
Tripod with rubber feet optional.
Information, bookings and RSVP
6235 5677 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Introduction – CMAG
Basic camera skills and controls.
Sat 13 September: 9.30am–12.30pm
Photo excursion one – Lanyon
An insight into the region’s pastoral history through an 1860s homestead with out-buildings and beautiful gardens.
Sat 20 September: 8–11am
Photo excursion two – Calthorpes’ House
Built in 1927, this historic site is a window into domestic history.
Sat 27 September: 8–11am
Photo excursion three – Mugga-Mugga
This shepherd’s cottage reveals layers of history set within classic Limestone Plains grasslands.
Sat 4 October: 8–11am
Conclusion – CMAG
Revision of camera skills and photographs from the excursions.
Sat 11 October: 9.30am–12.30pm
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