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Learning Centre

We believe here that learning about photography is great fun (at least while we are not out taking pictures!) and there is no time like the present to start. We know that you may have memories of being at school slumped over the desk in boredom while the teacher scratched away with chalk on the blackboard but please believe us when we say its time to sharpen your pencils and gather your notebooks: we've got alot of information to share with you!

Please take a look at Digital Camera FAQs or Digital SLR Camera Guide for answers to some very common questions if you are considering buying a camera. The number of different models on offer can often be slightly overwhelming but we are positive that by using this information, especially in conjunction with our  Which Camera Is Right For Me? process, it will narrow down the key cameras suitable for you.  

Those of you with camera  already might like to take a look at Back to Basics to avoid common novice errors or Top Ten Digital Photography Tips where we emphasise that a good photo usually has fantastic light and colours. Once you have the basics mastered you can tackle some of the more demanding photographic situations - like Photographing Kids which, as any parent can tell you, can be a big challenge!


Video Comparisons

 

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Courses

 

We now also offer these hands on - full day photography courses located in...


Collingwood VIC:

 

Melbourne CBD:

 

Brisbane:

Photography Campus Leaderboard 1

 

Maroochydore:


Photography Campus Leaderboard 1

 

Online:

Photography Campus Leaderboard 1

 

Don't forget to keep coming back here as we will be updating these pages regularly with new and relevant information with some very impressive webinars scheduled in the near future!

Ted's Sharing your love of Photography

How'd they do that?
"Sunrise on the Mt." By Joel Strickland

Tips from the photographer

  • Get up early, the light at sunrise can be amazing.
  • Act quick, the light isn’t like this for long.
  • Shoot raw, it helps to capture the full colour range.

Equipment Used