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Taking better Pictures Photographic Courses

15th February 2010

Hello

We are very excited to notify you that we now offer Photographic Courses from our NEW premises in Capri, Noordhoek, overlooking the Solele Game Reserve.

There is limited space available on these Photographic Courses, as we keep them small, to ensure personal attention.

Taking better Pictures: Part One

This is a perfect course for beginners to intermediate photographers, and covers aspects like your camera features, shutter speed, aperture and depth of field. Learn more about ISO, White Balance and your camera flash in a relaxed atmosphere. This course is best suited for users of Digital SLR cameras.

This is a 5 week course, consisting of one 3 hour class once a week. For your convenience, and to fit in with your busy schedule you have the choice of a morning and or an evening class.

The course includes notes, theory and weekly practical assignments will be given, and is very popular with new digital SLR owners that want to understand their camera better, and learn how to take better photographs at the same time.

Classes
   

Week 1: Morning Class: Tuesday 2 March 2010 from 09h00-12h00
             Evening Class: Thursday 4 March 2010 from 18h00-21h00
Week 2: Morning Class: Tuesday 9 March 2010 from 09h00-12h00
             Evening Class: Thursday 18 March 2010 from 18h00-21h00
Week 3: Morning Class: Tuesday 16 March 2010 from 09h00-12h00
             Evening Class: Thursday 25 March 2010 from 18h00-21h00
Week 4: Morning Class: Tuesday 23 March 2010 from 09h00-12h00
             Evening Class: Thursday 1 April 2010 from 18h00-21h00
Week 5Practical Outing: Tuesday 6 April 2010 from 09h00-12h00
                                         Saturday 3 April 2010 from 9h00-12h00
           
You’re Investment 

Your investment is R1750.00 per person including a certificate on completion.

Taking better Pictures: Part Two

This is the ideal course for intermediate and advanced photographers, or for persons who have completed Taking better Pictures: Part One. It is also the ideal course if you just want to “brush up” on your photographic skills. An understanding of shutter speeds and apertures, as well as your camera features is needed, as this course involves a lot of practical work.

If you tell someone they will forget, if you show them they will remember, but if you let them do it- they understand.”

This is a 5 week course, consisting of one 3 hour class once a week. For your convenience, and to fit in with your busy schedule you have the choice of an afternoon during the week or a Saturday morning class. Because of the practical work done on this course, it cannot be offered during the evening.

Learn how to use your shutter speed creatively, how to do macro and close-up photography, and learn how to take studio and product photography, in a relaxed and fun environment. We end the course with a session on Photoshop for the photographer, as well as an introduction to Adobe Lightroom.

Classes

Week 1: Afternoon Class: Friday 16 April 2010 from 14h00-17h00
             Morning Class: Saturday 17 2010 from 09h00-12h00
Week 2: Afternoon Class: Friday 23 April 2010 from 14h00-17h00
             Morning Class: Saturday 24 2010 from 09h00-12h00
Week 3: Afternoon Class: Friday 7 May 2010 from 14h00-17h00
             Morning Class: Saturday 8 May 2010 from 09h00-12h00
Week 4: Afternoon Class: Friday 14 May 2010 from 14h00-17h00
             Morning Class: Saturday 15 May 2010 from 09h00-12h00
Week 5Afternoon Class: Friday 21 May 2010 from 14h00-17h00
             Morning Class: Saturday 22 May 2010 from 09h00-12h00

You’re Investment 

Your investment is R1750.00 per person including a certificate on completion.

Changes to upcoming Workshop at Rhodes Memorial

The Building and Architecture Photographic Workshop at Rhodes Memorial on Saturday 20 February will now be held at 15h00 in the afternoon, and the cost would be R180 per person.

Visit our website: www.capephotoco.co.za for more information and upcoming workshops and photographic day outings.

The way I see it

Photography is such an awesome hobby; it’s something you can do where ever you go, at any time of the day with any type of camera. Come have some fun with us, invest in yourself and your hobby, meet and make new friends, and learn how to take better photographs and how to be more creative

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Keep those cameras snapping, till next time.

Peter Haarhoff       

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photocoach@mweb.co.za
www.capephotoco.co.za

www.capephotoco.co.za