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Digital Photography Basics

Glenn Lockitch
  • Term: Summer School Week One 2018
  • Start Date: 8 Jan 2018
  • End Date: 12 Jan 2018
  • Time: Mon-Fri, 9:30AM - 4:30PM
  • Number of Classes: 5
  • Teacher: Glenn Lockitch
  • Level: Beginner , Intermediate
  • Age: All Ages
  • Location: The National Art School
  • Availability: Unavailable

Are you time-poor yet want to learn how to ‘see’ and take great photos? This five-day intensive course in digital photography with Glenn Lockitch will guide you away from your automatic settings and lead you through the fundamentals of manual exposure, creative shooting and photo editing. Glenn teaches you how to achieve an accurate exposure and put your theoretical knowledge into practice in the professional photographic studio and in outdoor environments. You will learn to creatively control lighting and composition and to edit your work. Glenn also explains your basic rights as a photographer and how to protect the copyright of your images. The course includes an excursion to an art gallery to give you an insight into other photographers’ work.

Glenn Lockitch

Glenn Lockitch is an award-winning independent human rights and environmental photojournalist who has been photographing in Australia and overseas for 25 years. His work has been published and exhibited widely and he has travelled and worked with Greenpeace’s Sea Shepherd to Antarctica on numerous occasions. Glenn teaches photojournalism and photography at the Australian Centre for Photography and Sydney Photographic Workshops and is currently completing a Research Masters in Visual Arts (Photojournalism).

Your lecturer will discuss all other materials in the first class; however for the first class bring the following:

Your choice of camera equipment, most importantly camera body/ies and lense/s

Examples of your their photographic work this can be on a usb/hard drive or they can bring or as prints

Additional materials and equipment will be discussed during the course