16 August 2021: Due to the current lockdown in Canberra, all workshops are suspended until further notice
DURATION: 4HRS 9am to 1pm • LOCATION: CANBERRA, LAKE BURLEY GRIFFIN • MAX SIX PARTICIPANTS • $145 PER PERSON
Photography workshop gift certificates available!
Want to buy this for the photographer in your life but don’t know what date to book? Consider buying them a Gift Certificate and let them choose their own dates! Just follow this link to the Gift Certificates product link and put in the value of this workshop whish is $145.00. Be sure to mention the gift certifcate is for my Beginner's Photography Workshop
Glenn’s beginners workshop was perfect for me as I really didn’t know enough to produce the photos I could see in my head - I knew close to nothing. Glenn’s mix of theory, practice, feedback and just plain fun have me knowing enough to experiment and produce shots with intent. Can’t speak too highly of Glenn as a teacher, Such a great experience.
About the workshop
Do you have a DSLR or mirrorless camera that you don’t feel confident enough to get off Auto mode? Do you have many photos that are lacking in punch, or just don’t feel like they are expressing the same emotion as what you saw when you took the shot? Or maybe you have a few photos that you are particularly proud of but you are just unable to replicate them again?
Join me, an award winning Canberra landscape photographer, and I’ll take you on an introduction to using your DSLR camera and get you off Auto mode. This workshop is designed to give you the fundamental understanding on how different shutter speed, aperture and ISO can be used creatively to pursue the photography you love. You will also be shown considerations on how to compose a photo so it is more impactful for you, and your viewers.
You’ll accompany me along the shore of Lake Burley Griffin where you’ll be given tuition on how to use your camera in terms and language you will be able to understand. In fact, I’m is so confident that you will get immense value out of his workshop that in the event after the first hour you feel it is not for you you may leave the workshop and receive a full refund – this is my guarantee.
A great day around the lake learning the fundamentals. Glenn has plenty of knowledge and patience and makes sure everyone keeps up. I am now off the auto setting and can see instant improvement in my pics
Photography Learning outcomes
- Never use Auto mode again!
- How shutter speed, aperture and ISO affect your photography
- Using depth of field creatively
- Histogram basics
- How to use Aperture Priority mode
- Composition and how it can enhance your photo
- The confidence to start finding your own voice
Photography Equipment required
- Your DSLR or Mirrorless camera
- A standard zoom lens
- Charged battery and empty memory card
- Your camera’s manual (not essential but handy)
- Notebook and pen
- Hat and sunscreen
- Water and snacks
- Dress for the weather
The workshop was just right for someone looking to move off auto mode. The functions Glenn taught were simple and easy to understand and it was just enough so you didn’t finish the workshop feeling overwhelmed.
During the course of the workshop you will walk approximately 2kms on generally flat even ground. Note that Canberra’s climate in summer can be particularly hot, and winter is quite cold so dress appropriately
- Only in the event that it is raining or rain imminent within an hour of the workshop commencing will it be cancelled and all participants will be notified via SMS
- If the workshop is cancelled due to weather participants will have the choice of either a full refund, or to be first on the list for the next workshop
- Participants may cancel one full week out from the workshop for a full refund
- If cancelling less than a week from the workshop unfortunately only a 50% refund will be offered
- Participants can transfer their place in the workshop to friends or family at no penalty
I recently attended Glenn’s beginner’s workshop. I found it to be informative and enjoyable. Glenn is an excellent photographer and instructor, friendly, accommodating and excellent at interacting with others. The event was well organised, the selected location was scouted beforehand, interesting and good for photography. I am looking forward to attending other workshops
You can either sign up now for the next workshop although if this product is showing Out of Stock it means either the next workshop is full or one is not currently scheduled. You contact me for upcoming workshop dates to get ready and start enjoying your photography more than ever!
I’m a photographer based in Canberra. I particularly enjoy landscape, storm, long exposure, astro and portraiture photography. My work is regularly used by Visit Canberra, ABC News and the Canberra Times. I’ve also been interviewed on radio and television about photography.
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I attended the beginner's workshop on a chilly Saturday morning recently at Lake Burley Griffin. Glenn is an excellent teacher and covers both theory and practical exercises in a way that holds your interest and teaches you a lot about the various settings and modes on your DSLR. I learned a lot about my camera, composition, and taking better photos over the course of the morning. Looking forward to putting it all into practice to improve my photography. Thanks Glenn!
Glenn has a relaxed approach which made everyone comfortable on the day. The workshop has a very good balance of practical exercises to demonstrate the point/effect that's being covered and Glenn is happy to answer any question put forward. If you're looking for an introductory course to give you some confidence in using your Digital SLR or Mirrorless camera this workshop is highly recommended.
Glenn’s workshop for beginners was excellent value and perfectly pitched. The morning was relaxed, fun and very informative. The pace was good and Glenn is great at explaining both the concepts behind good photography and camera functionality. I would highly recommend this workshop for anyone who has a passion for photography and would like to use their camera to its full potential.