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A Day At Dromana
Photography can capture moments and feelings
and that’s what we offer during our experience.
Come along to this Jacqui B Photography workshop and learn the magic of landscape photography. Wide angle lenses are perfect if you have one for amazing shots. A strong neutral Density filter will help you shoot longer exposures during the day depending on conditions. If you wish to use an ND filter during the class, a tripod is a must.
We will also photograph the iconic colourful bathing boxes along the foreshore. Dromana is the home to 240 boat sheds and bathing boxes giving us a spectacular range of colours to choose from.
3 Hour Workshop for $75
Meet me at the start of the Dromana Pier. We will go through our settings and then move onto the pier. We will finish our class at the bathing boxes.
There is parking located alongside the beach front. It has a 2 hours limit, so we can take a break after one hour and half to move our cars. Parking is also available behind the shops.
There is also a variety of restaurants located along the strip if you wish to make special a day of it.
Please dress very warmly as it is very cold by the beach.
Where: Meet me at the entrance to the Dromana Pier
Length of workshop: 3 Hours
Students: Up to 8 per workshop
Focus: Landscape & Long Exposure Photography
Workshop Leader: Jacqui Barr
Price: $75 per person
Photography Level Required: Suitable for photographers of all levels
Fitness Level: Easy to intermediate.
What you need to bring:
Fully charged battery plus and extra if you have one
A Tripod (Please let me know if you need to borrow one)
Comfortable walking shoes
While not necessary, and don't rush out and buy one, I highly recommend an ND Filter for this workshop. You can use it during the daylight and into the sunset.
They can be found for very reasonable prices on eBay.
What is a Neutral Density Filter?
Find out more at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neutral-density_filter
The meeting point for this workshop is at the entrance to the Dromana pier on Pier Street. Parking is limited mostly to 2 hours, so it is best to park down one of the back streets.