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In this one day workshop students will learn the history and basic practice of the 19th Century tintype process. By the end of the day the participants will have gained knowledge on how to pour, sensitise, expose, develop and varnish plates in a hands-on environment, leaving with several tintypes made by their own hands.
Mac Computer Basics will help you get started and go through all the needed skills to use a Mac computer comfortably.
Certificate IV and Diploma Courses
This course is for anyone who wants to learn how to take the camera off auto mode and really use its full capabilities. Students will learn fundamental photography techniques and how to work with digital image capture.
This is a course for the novice or more advanced student but please note that there is more of an emphasis on presentation/aesthetics than specifically on production.
In this course students will develop their photographic portfolio, with an emphasis on exploring various photographic styles. Students will begin to extend their conceptual and technical knowledge with their photographs.
This course will suit the more experienced artist as the topics covered are intended to extend your photographic knowledge, confidence and communication for the next level.
Camera Portfolio 3 is designed to help the experienced photographer challenge and extend their notions of creative portfolio development.
This course is designed to introduce students to working with digital image files. Digital concepts such as bit depth, file systems, colour spaces will be explained, as well as digital manipulation processes such as using curves, levels, cloning, layers, and masking.
This course is entry level and designed especially for the beginner to introduce them to film-based image capture and processing. Students will learn about all basic darkroom processes and printing.
This is an introductory course for either amateur or experienced photographers who would like to learn more about photographing people on location and in the studio.