Internationally acclaimed conservationist and wildlife photographer Doug Gimesy will guide you through an interactive masterclass - exclusive for photographers.
Receive valuable feedback on your images and leave with a better understanding of what to consider when trying to capture memorable wildlife/nature photographs.
For participants, prior understanding of camera use required (see below for more details).
There are no prerequisites for observers.
Maximum 12 participants.
Maximum 10 observers.
Participants need to have a solid understanding of photography and camera basics.
Two wildlife / nature images taken by you to be sent as high res jpeg files (non-watermarked pleased) by no later than Monday 27 January 2020 to firstname.lastname@example.org
Images should have a title / name as if you were presenting in a gallery.
Each file is to be less than 2MB
Experience / understanding of the impact of changing basic functions (e.g. ISO, apeture and shutter speed) on a DSLR or equivalent
Book online now.
01 February 2020, 10:00 AM - 01:00 PM
National Wool Museum
26-32 Moorabool Street, Geelong 3220
Other/More Information: $25.00
For observers. Plus booking fee.
$20.00 for National Wool Museum members.
Participant Entry Fee: $80.00
plus booking fee.
$70.00 for National Wool Museum members
First Aid available
03 5272 5272