Black and White Landscapes

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meander up our beautiful Hemel-en Aarde Valley on the back of a Safari Vehicle visiting the Wine farms and learning how to capture landscapes.

An interesting workshop that will teach you how to see ‘tone’ instead of ‘colour’ as well as how to incorporate a foreground, background and middle ground in your image. 

 

Date and time:

Wednesday 24 May 2017

09h00-12h00

Meeting Place: 

Meet at The Photo Shed.

Shed 34 The Market Squares. Marine Drive. Hermanus. (Opposite The Crazy Store).

Accredited South African Professional Photographer that will be instructing this workshop:
Leanne Dryburgh – 083 293 7208.

Leanne has been a working Professional Photographer for 27 years and is the Western Cape Manager of SA Pro Photographers. Together with Peter Hassall they are the co-owners of The Photo Shed and thephotowalkers.com .

She is also a working Professional Photographer under her own brand – Leanne Dryburgh Photography.

Number of people:

A maximum of 8 people – so early booking is advisable.  If this workshop is full, we will indicate here.

If the minimum of 2 people is not reached, thephotowalkers.com will reschedule with the confirmed participants.

Cost:

R500 per person.

Take off 10% if you have been on an Educational Photowalk with us before, or if you are participating in a 52-Week Challenge.

Cost excludes:

Your ticket on The Hermanus Wine Hoppers Safari Vehicle. (R250 per person)

Photographic Skills:

None! Photographers of all skills level are welcome. Come Join Us!

Payment Policy:

In order to secure your place, please fill out the form under the “BOOKINGS & ENQUIRIES” button at the top of the page.

To pay via Credit Card – please click the “ADD TO CART” button at the top of the page and then check the ‘Shopping Cart” at the top menu bar.

If you would prefer to pay via EFT, our banking details will be emailed to you once you have filled out the form.

In order to secure your place, full payment needs be made with the booking.

What to Bring:

Your camera. Comfortable, closed walking shoes and weather related clothing.