Learning Long Exposure Photography: Individually or in Workshops

Recently I was able to get a lot of Formatt Hitech gear that meant I could teach people how to do long exposure photography. I had found that many people who were doing the one on ones with me were really interested in the long exposure more, so I realised it was something that I should start teaching. I now have two options.

This is an opportunity for people who have always wanted to try doing long exposures, but don’t want to spend a lot of money on gear without knowing if they would like it, to give it a go. I have all the filters and the holders, plus the adaptor rings. I can help you learn how to do it and give you advice on what to buy if you want to continue doing your own. I also have some information that will help you when you are on your own.


It will be a small workshop, limited places, but I will have enough gear for you, there may need to be some sharing between two, but we will manage. I’m going to make sure that it will be as easy as possible.

I have put the workshop up on Eventbrite and you can book your place through it. Follow the links below.

There will be other workshops planned and I will be doing some down on bay as well. I was thinking Princes Pier for the next one.

One on One Long Exposure Lessons

If you don’t want to do the workshops I do offer individual lessons. You can do a 2 hour session with me for $200.

We can go to any place around Melbourne, and water works best.

If you are interested in more information then please check out my page on them, Learn Long Exposure Photography or send me an email, leanne@leannecole.com.au

I’m going to leave you with just some of the long exposure photos I’ve taken in the last couple of years.

You might be interested in …


    1. I am going to be running them on a regular basis Julie, so you never know, the next time you are here there might be one. Thank you.

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