Come along to our bimonthly photo sessions to dust off your camera and get snap-happy with a professional photography instructor.
Brush up on your camera skills and learn new photography techniques whilst on a casual photo walk with other local photographers. No formal lectures, just a chance to meet-up, share ideas and receive feedback!
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Saturday the 24th of August 2019
Macro Photography - City Park - 10am - 2 Hours
In macro photography the image is nearly as big as the object photographed. To achieve this the photographer must get object very close to the lens. Learn how to overcome challenges relating to the depth of field and lighting when shooting macro images.
$28pp     11 places left
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We have a different photo theme bimontly and the two hour sessions take place in different outdoor locations around Denver. It's a great opportunity to try something new with the guidance of a professional photographer, and come away with some new shots for your portfolio or album.

Who can attend? Open to all skill levels, from beginners to keen amateurs. The photography instructor is there to help you with camera settings and provide any advice you need.

What to bring? We recommend bringing a camera that has full manual mode or semi-manual modes (Aperture or Shutter Priority). Compact cameras and smartphones also welcome!

What’s involved? Each session starts with an introduction to the theme, and the photography instructor will chat about the camera settings and techniques to use. You’ll then have time to take lots of photos, with the instructor present to answer any questions. You’ll receive feedback and have a chance to chat with everyone to share tips and ideas. We’re a social bunch!

The meeting point and full details for the day are sent in the booking confirmation email to the email address you provide at time of booking.

We also occasionally hold more formal beginners classes which last 3 hours and are limited to 6 people. These classes are perfect for complete beginners who want to start using manual mode and those who want to brush up on the basics. See the dates below.

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Reviews
4.8/5 from 13 reviews
Great practice
5/5 by Kalina Hristova
28-7-2019
What a wonderful resource. Karl is a great teacher/facilitator. I've been at this for less than a year so I was worried, but it was a very relaxed, welcoming two hours. I definitely came away with solid tips I ...
5/5 by Steven Cogswell
27-7-2019
Was a great time with great people
5/5 by Gregory Griem
27-4-2019
Had a great time...why not I was capturing light at a great place.
5/5 by Tom Williams
3-3-2019
Upcoming Dates
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Saturday the 24th of August 2019
Macro Photography - City Park - 10am - 2 Hours
In macro photography the image is nearly as big as the object photographed. To achieve this the photographer must get object very close to the lens. Learn how to overcome challenges relating to the depth of field and lighting when shooting macro images.
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$28pp     11 places left
Saturday the 7th of September 2019
Image Critque
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$28pp     12 places left
Saturday the 21st of September 2019
Leading Lines in Photography - Broadway & 4th - 10am - 2 Hours
Leading lines refers to a composition technique whereby the viewer's eye is attracted to lines that lead directly to the principle subject in the image. The viewer’s eyes are naturally drawn along vertical lines, parallel lines, diagonal lines and even strong horizontal lines. The class will be perfect for all level photographers that want to improve their skills or build a portfolio showcasing some amazing dramatic leading line images.
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$28pp     12 places left
Saturday the 5th of October 2019
Leading Lines in Photography - Belleview Park - 10am - 2 Hours
Natural light is a favourite of many portrait photographers. There are times, however, when available light is poor quality and you simply need more to make a photo pop! When balanced correctly with your available light, flash can coexist beautifully to enhance your images. Off Camera Flash is when you syncing your camera with your flash. This allows you to take the flash off your camera so that you can illuminate your subject for a different angle. Taking the flash off your camera opens up a world of different options when it comes to diffusing the light through various umbrellas, softboxes and beauty dishes.
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$28pp     12 places left
Saturday the 19th of October 2019
Halloween Photography
We are going to get into the Halloween spirit by taking close ups of the pumpkins large and small along with the many decorations adorning the city. This is a great day to learn skills that you can practise on your family and friends over Halloween.
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$28pp     12 places left
Refund Policy: Full refunds given with 5 days notice. Dates can be changed with 3 days notice.
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