Full Day Workshop $220
I do the driving for you!
Jacqui leads you step by step through the critical thinking process necessary to 'make', not just take, a photograph worth looking at. Worth looking at not just for a second or two, but for many minutes. You'll learn the principles to captivate your audience with well thought out and taken images. She'll give you the information you have been missing to make your 'photo' pop, to make people say 'WOW'. It's not just luck, it's skill, and she want's to pass this knowledge to YOU in this very exciting workshop on the Mornington Peninsula at Millionaire's Walk.
This stunning area has historic significance as it was the first time the Union Jack was used to claim possession of Australia. The breathtaking water views across Port Phillip Bay to the Bellarine Peninsula, Melbourne and Mount Dandenong are amazing. Also you will get an insight into how Melbourne's elite spend time at their summer mansions.
Millionaires Walk makes up a small part of the Sorrento Portsea Artists’ Trail, with four of the fourteen sites that comprise the trail located along Millionaires Walk. Paintings by Sir Arthur Streeton, Arthur Boyd and Ray Hodgkinson are displayed along the walk.
What You’ll Learn:
• Basic camera operation
• How to understand the exposure triangle
• What is aperture and how it effects depth of field
• What is shutter speed and how it effects motion
• What is ISO and best practices for getting the cleanest image
• What is focal length and how it effects your image
• How to read the light meter for proper exposure
• How to use neutral-density to blur the water and create a serene mood
Our meeting point is in Cranbourne at the Home Makers Centre next to the Caltex.
Where: Shelley Beach, Sorrento
Length of workshop: 7 Hours
Students: Up to 3 per workshop
Focus: Landscape Photography
Workshop Leader: Jacqui Barr
Price: $220 per person
Photography Level Required: Suitable for photographers of all levels
Fitness Level: Medium. There is a big hill to walk back up at the beach.
What you need to bring:
A Digital SLR
A wide angle if you have it.
A tripod is a must
I suggest a ND filter if you have one. They work brilliantly at Shelley Beach.
Fully charged battery plus and extra if you have one
A Sturdy Tripod (Please let me know if you need to borrow one)
Walking boots or shoes (recommended)
We do have cameras and tripods for loan if you do not have one, but want to do this workshop
Some money for lunch or snacks
Please park here
Our meeting point will be beside the Caltex at the Home Maker Centre on South Gippsland Hwy in Cranbourne. Please see the photo below for the location.
Address: Home Maker Centre, 1350-398
Sth Gippsland Hwy, Cranbourne VIC 3977