Long Exposure Workshops – Melbourne

Please find a list of the Long Exposure Workshops in Melbourne for 2018 and at the end all you need to know about booking and paying for your workshop.

Please Note: – You don’t need to have the filters. This is an opportunity for you to try Long Exposure Photography before making the commitment to buy all the gear.

All filters provided are Formatt Hitech Firecrest ND filters with the new holders.

Long Exposure Workshops – Melbourne

Cityscapes from across the river

Sunday 19th of August, 8 am to 10 am

Some of my favourite long exposures are taken from the south side of the Yarra River looking over it towards the city. There are some many great places to get wonderful images.

This is the perfect opportunity to hang around with me and try out long exposure photography.

Please take note of the conditions at the end and details on how to book.

Places limited to 4

Cost $149 per person

Princes Pier in the morning

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Saturday 15th of September, 7.30 am to 9.30 am

Princes Pier is a favourite place for long exposure photography in Melbourne. There is so much there to capture.

An early class to do some long exposures down at Princes Pier. Be prepared it could be very cold.

Please take note of the conditions at the end and details on how to book.

Places limited to 4

Cost $149 per person

Testimonial

I just wanted to thank you for such a great class on Saturday.
I learnt so much and so many tips.
I’m glad that you gave us the info sheets and the key ring card so that I can remember it all.
Your teaching method is fantastic, it made everything so easy.
I will certainly do some of your other classes, I had so much fun.  From Gary

 

Terms and Conditions

  • For all the workshops you need to have a camera that you can control aperture, shutter speed and ISO. The camera should have a Bulb setting.
  • You should know how to use your camera. If you don’t know, I will set it up, but I won’t have time to teach you how to do it.
  • You will need a very sturdy tripod.
  • A remote shutter device, either an intervalometer or something else that will allow you to open the shutter for longer than 30 seconds.
  • If you are using a DSLR you will need the cover that will stop light entering through your viewfinder. Check your camera strap or the box that it came in.

Booking and Payment

To book in for a workshop please email me, leanne@leannecole.com.au

You will be given payment options in the email.

Cancellation

You may not cancel within 7 days of the workshop, before that you will get a full refund.

If the weather is terrible and the workshop has to cancelled, you will be offered another date or refund.