A day amongst the iron wheels, steam pipes, boilers and locos of the Goulburn Rail Museum is a treat for photographers as well as rail enthusiasts.
After a guided tour through the site you'll get up close and arty with the rust and metal, learning about composition, optimum settings, HDR techniques, how to handle colour and light and more. Museum entry included.
|Price||$205.00 (GST included)|
|Start date||Saturday, 20 January 2018|
|Finish date||Saturday, 20 January 2018|
|Sessions||1 session of 7 hours|
|Time||9.30am - 4.30pm|
|Status||Module is finished.|
Bring your camera, lots of spare memory, a spare battery and tripod if you have one. You can bring any camera, and you can even shoot some video if you wish. You may get a little dirty so dress in comfortable, practical clothes and shoes. You may also like to bring a battery charger and, if needed, Brad will help find a place you can plug it in. A hat, sunscreen and a bottle of water is also a good idea.
In order to make the most of the day you should also bring your own picnic lunch (there are picnic tables at the museum). At the end of the afternoon we will retire to a local cafe to share, compare and review the day's work.
About your tutor:
Brad has over 30 years of teaching experience which extends across the areas of school education, community and adult education, disabilities and business.
Brad's training skills have particularly been focused upon the ever developing areas of digital imaging and related IT over the past 12 years and he is highly regarded for his innovation in the area.
Brad works to focused philosophy...."it is my job to make the complex simple for anyone who needs to understand".