Photographers are a unique community of creative people and if you have a photographer in your life, it’s possible you have a love-hate relationship with them. They are passionate and observant and possibly obsessed with their interests. They also have difficulty walking 400m without stopping 10 times to take photos!
We as photographers love stories and collect many of them because the adventure is in the story. Photography is how we share our passion for our interests.
I believe the best way to learn photography is to be inspired by it. I’m Shane Rozario and “We Are Observers” is a project I began because I find it exciting to go out on photo trips and shoot with other people.
If you want to please a photographer give them the option of choice!
Photography is going through a revolution and the phone camera has become an accessible tool for everyone. From our youngest to our elders. We will show you how to get the best from this lightweight, un-intrusive and powerful camera. it’s reshaping the identity of photographers around the world.
Before we can create stunning images, we need to get the basics under control. Without an understanding of your camera, getting that moment is just luck. This Adventure-Workshop, winds around Sydney’s inspiring foreshore. Beginners will discover how easy it is to take control of your camera. More experienced photographers will find the foreshore a very inspiring environment to shoot in.
No matter what brand or feature-rich camera you own, you will be amazed at how easily you can control mood in your images
Incredibly helpful explanation of what the sales people and the camera manual’s don’t tell you.
Colin led a very informative, outdoor, relaxed and fun workshop giving useful and not commonly known tips on using the photography features of the smartphone.
True professionals with a wealth of knowledge, but more importantly they can explain & demonstrate techniques in a way that is easy to understand.
As I’m a busy professional, I don’t have time to attend 8 weeks plus of tutorials. I want the info distilled in easy to understand ‘bytes’ that I can apply immediately. This is the place to go.