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This two day masterclass for competent photographic studio workers will teach you to take your skills to a new, professional level. You will be working with one of Adelaide’s most experienced photographers and former assistant, Ian Routledge.
Discover the excitement of printing with photopolymer plates using a four-plate separation technique to translate a colour photograph (or drawing) into a multiple plate colour print.
Have you always wanted to know about studio-based lighting, but have felt intimidated by it? This “crash course” is for those who want to know everything about lighting with artificial light – but only have 1 day to do it!
This one-day workshop presents an introduction to Digital SLR cameras and image capture. It is intended for those who are new to digital photography and want a thorough introduction to working with digital cameras.
This is a one-day, hands-on intensive program for photography enthusiasts, serious amateurs, and working pros; you will cover Lightroom from start to finish, so you can easily integrate the program into your digital photography workflow.
Spend an afternoon/evening photographing along the coastline of Petrel Cove behind The Bluff at Victor Harbor. Learn how to accentuate the unique formations of this coastline, and create different effects with star trail photography.
Certificate IV and Diploma Courses
This is primarily a practical hands on studio lighting course with some location components.
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.
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 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.
Beyond making nice-looking pictures it is important to have a solid idea or concept behind them. This subject will look at various aspects of contemporary photographic culture, and how various artists have responded to a variety of issues.
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.