My Camera Basics Hermanus (19 January 2018)

A gentle workshop that introduces you into the Wonderful World of Photography – and checks your camera set up.

 

 

”I have all these letters on my camera – VR, A, TV, ISO, S, A, P, M, BKT, WB, LV, SD, CF, CL, AF, EC. What do they mean and what on earth do they do??!!”

This course will gently introduce you to an understanding of your equipment so that you can enjoy your photographic journey to its fullest.

 

The Beauty of this Course is:

  • you are in a small group.

  • you learn with your own camera.

  • you are on location so you can apply what you are learning.

  • you have an Accredited Professional Photographer to help guide and teach you.

 

This course will also lead you to an understanding of The Exposure Triangle – which is essential in enabling to take the photographs that you aspire to.

Dates and times:

  • Wednesday, 27 December 2017. 10h00 – 13h00
  • Saturday 6 January 2018. 10h00 – 13h00
  • Friday 19 January 2018. 10h00 – 13h00

Meeting Place:

Meet at the picnic tables outside the first buildings on the left hand side once you have entered into ‘Fernkloof Nature Reserve” off Fir Road in Fernkloof, Hermanus.

There is visitors parking on the right hand side – opposite the picnic tables.

Includes:

Professional instruction by Accredited South African Professional Photographers, Peter Hassall and Leanne Dryburgh. A second photographer will attend if there are more than 6 photowalkers.

Number of People:

A maximum of 12 people – so early booking is advisable. If this workshop is full, we will indicate here.

In the event that the group is very small – the duration of the course will be shortened. thephotowalkers.com will communicate with all confirmed bookings.

Cost:

The price is R500.00 per person.

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

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

Pay with cash or credit card at The Photo Shed. Shed 34 The Red Sheds, Marine Drive, Hermanus.

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.

Pay with cash or credit card at The Photo Shed. Shed 34 The Red Sheds, Marine Drive, Hermanus.

Excludes:

Camera gear and accessories, refreshments, and cash related expenses such as entrance fee, parking and gratuity.

What to Bring:

Your camera gear and a tripod. (You can rent a tripod on the day from thephotowalkers.com for a fee of R100.00. Pre booking essential.)

What to Wear:

Comfortable clothing and walking shoes are recommended. Wind breakers come in handy if the weather looks cool.

Fitness:

A certain level of fitness is required to enable you to transport your own camera bag  and accessories. Reasonably short to medium distances are covered while photowalking – but there are slopes at Fernkloof

Cancellation Policy:

In the event that the client cancels thephotowalkers.com will hold a credit for 30 days only.

Under no circumstances will a refund be awarded.

In the event that thephotowalkers.com has to cancel the workshop for any reason what-so-ever, a full refund will be issued immediately

Indemnity:

By booking this Photo-Tour you agree to be bound by thephotowalkers.com indemnity terms and conditions. thephotowalkers.com, it’s staff, employees, suppliers and partners will not be held responsible for loss, injury, death or damage including consequential loss of any nature what-so-ever. By booking this tour you understand and accept this. thephotowalkers.com will do their best to avoid any circumstances that may lead to the above.

Intellectual Property and Confidentiality:

By booking this tour you understand, accept and agree that any information given as well as any service providers, locations, workshops, partners, techniques or any part of the tour what-so-ever is the Intellectual Property of The Photowalkers (t/a thephotowalkers.com.)