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About Neoklis Professional Photography Tutor

My name is Neoklis Bloukos, I have had a passion for photography since I was 14 yrs of age.

I am now a Professional Photography Tutor, I teach beginners , intermediate and advanced photography with 40 years of experience with camera equipment, 25 years as a Press Photographer and 13 years of digital post processing.

I am passionate about photography and love to teach and share both classic and modern photography techniques, and I believe it is the most significant visual medium on this planet.

My courses are not just about learning photography, but experiences with like minded people whom want to learn, share and enjoy the learning photography experience together in a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere.

The gift of learning keeps on giving, courses can be purchased through the Colleges as gifts; just to say thank you, birthday, anniversary, Valentines day, Mothers day, Fathers day and of course Christmas.

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Street Food Photography Mini Field Trips at Bankstown Bites Olympic Parade Bankstown Saturday 28th July 2018

 

Street Food Photography

Mini Field Trips

at Bankstown Bites

Olympic Parade Bankstown

through the Bankstown Arts Centre

eventbrite link to book street-food-photography-mini-field-trip-bankstown-bites

Saturday

28th July  2018

3 x sessions will be run on the day:

Session 1 : 10.30 am – 12.00pm

Session 2 :   12.15 – 1.45 pm

Session 3 :   2.00pm – 3.30 pm

$10 per session per person

Please note you must pre book prior to the festival

For Ages 18 years and over

 

Come and join in one of the street food photography mini field trips with Neoklis at the Bankstown Arts Centre Open Day (to coincide with Bankstown Bites).

Combine your love of food and photography, and learn how to really photograph street food with expert tuition from a seasoned photographer with 25 years of experience, and have some fun at the time.

Learn something new, or brush up on your skill set. You will be inspired and astounded by the textures, colours and aromas, of this fantastic once a year festival.

 

Important information, please read;

  • Please read this guideline before booking.
  • Please arrive 5x mins prior to your session at the front entrance of Bankstown Arts Centre.
  • Please carry your belongings throughout the workshop. Bankstown Arts Centre cannot look after for your belongings on the day.
  • Bring your DSLR camera, spare batteries, flash cards, zoom lens(es) / standard wide angle and telephoto len(es), macro lens and or close up tubes.
  • Please wear enclosed footwear, warm clothing – weatherproof jacket etc, mini umbrella only – (NO Large umbrellas) in case of wet weather, bottle of water and sun protection.
  • no tripods or mono pods are allowed for safety reasons.
  • for age 18 years and over only
  • This mini field trip will be conducted only within the Bankstown Bites Festival within the precinct of Bankstown Arts Centre. Meet in the front of Bankstown City Arts Centre5 Olympic Parade, Bankstown. (Opposite Lawn Bowls Club) Getting there by Train Bankstown Railway Station is the closest to the Bankstown Arts Centre, approx 5 minutes walk to the to the Bankstown Arts Centre.
  • By Bus The bus interchange is approx 5 minutes walk to the Bankstown Arts Centre.
  • *Please check public transport info for track work or delays
  • By carPlease note if you are driving 1) If you are driving please allow enough time to park on street / local car park.*Parking please note

    Some parking might be available in some public and shopping car parks, but time can be limited to only 3 or 4 hours.

    2) not all parking stations maybe open on the day depending on thier location.

     

    Road Closures
    Olympic Parade as well as many streets in the Bankstown CBD will be closed, between approx 6am till 7pm on the day / night before, as well as numerous temporary no parking zones

these mini field trips do not include the cost of food , drinks , parking or any other costs getting to and from

 

pictures by Neoklis are for illustrative purpose only

Sunrise Photography field trip at Coalcliff Rock Pool Saturday 13th October 2018

http://www.macarthurcc.com.au/modules/details?ModuleID=NB3013

 

Sunrise Photography field trip

Saturday 13 October 2018

at

Coalcliff Rock Pool

    4.15 am to 9.15am

 

Outline

Learn how to interpret light at twilight, dawn and sunrise. You will learn how to take photographs with a minimum amount of available light, correct set up, using a tripod properly, time exposures on auto and manual exposure modes and filtration using neutral density filter(s).

Included is an introduction to HDR high dynamic range photography imaging.

Participants will learn about landscape photography; Previsualisation, exposure, composition, negative space and depth of field from a professional photographer with 25 years of experience in press photography and over 44 years experience with camera and related photographic equipment.

Participants will also be sent an email prior to field trip re kit requirements etc (see below)

Photographs taken during this field trip are very suitable for my one day Digital Post Processing Course.

 

Agenda
Camera set up; Picture settings, ISO (film speed), white balance.

How to correctly install and use filters; neutral density and polarizing.

Keeping it sharp, level and steady.

How to interpret the light, how to do correct time exposures, using a tripod properly, photographing on both auto, and manual exposure modes.

Previsualization and landscape Photography.

Shallow and deep, depth of field.

Composition, framing, thirds, and negative space.

 

Post field trip debrief

Post Field trip debrief (last hour) the Photography Tutor will run a field trip debrief in alocal cafe at Coledale; assessment of participants photographs as well as an open chat session to anything relating to photography, equipment or theory.

 

Skill level
This Field trip is suitable for students whom have a thorough working knowledge of their camera and controls, shutter and aperture settings and or have completed a Beginners and or Intermediate Photography and DSLR Beginners Photography Course and or Mirrorless Photography for Beginners and or Mirrorless Intermediate Course and or similar.

 

Essential Materials – Camera Equipment:

  • Any adjustable digital DSLR, 4/3rds, mirrorless camera with RAW / JPEG image capability, adjustable iso / film speed settings and adjustable exposure settings; shutter, aperture and manual exposure ie S or TV, A or AV and M also if your camera has adjustable picture style settings ie monochrome standard, neutral etc
  • A spare camera body if you have one
  • Any wide to telephoto lens(es) / zooms(s) and or len(es) that you have (especially wide angle to standard focal length)

 

  • If you have, a fixed or zoom fast aperture len(es) ie 50mm f1.4 / f1.8 / or a 35mm f2.0 or a 20mm 2.8, 16mm – 35mm f2.8 zoom etc would be of benefit, please bring it / them along too.

 

  • A Tripod and tripod camera plate (the heavier the better due to long exposures and a cable release are essential as timing is crucial, (*releasing with the delayed timer on your camera is not recommended*).Filters you will need;
  • A set of slip in GRADUATED neutral density filters (half clear / half tinted), a slip in filter holder and ring adaptor to fit your lens(es).I recommend the Cokin H250 graduated slip in filter set please note you will also need a Cokin adaptor ring to fit the Cokin filter holder on your lens(es).A Cokin P series filter set will fit most lenses from a 48mm filter diameter up to an 82mm filter diameter go to the Cokin website for more information
  • A screw in or slip in 10 x STOP solid neutral density filter known as a ND 3.0 or ND1000 (you need this filter to do time exposures in daylight)
  • A circular polarizing filter known as a C-PL
    (I recommend buying one that fits your largest lens filter size, then use a step down ring to fit your other lenses).
  • Please note; An extra battery and flash card are strongly advisable as you will be your using your camera for long exposures, and reviewing your photographs frequently, during this field trip.

 

IMPORTANT: Please be aware this field trip is conducted adjacent to a residential area, and to be respectful and quiet as possible for local residents, as it is very early in the morning and any noise is magnified.

Participants must be conscious of any noise they make specially getting in an out of their car closing doors and boot / hatch etc and during the actual field trip

Following points apply to the entire field trip and post field trip;

1. participants are not to alarm their cars but can key lock their vehicle

2. participants are to keep noise to a minimum

3. the actual field trip set up will be conducted undercover close to the rock pools – not in Leeder park

4. if the participant/tutor are not in normal audible range, if necessary the tutor will text participants and participants can also text to tutor if they need to raise questions or need help

 

Additional items
A torch, weatherproof jacket, bring warm clothing jumpers etc, an umbrella and or mini umbrella (light rain, proper footwear, walking / running shoes ie rubber soles are recommended for safety reasons, *no open shoes, no leather or smooth soles.

Please bring your own food and water, note pad and pen for this field trip.

 

Weather
Participants will be emailed / texted if weather is too overcast / heavy rain.

 

Software and notes

Participants will also receive links to filter tutorials and free legitimate software which will enable participants to convert colour images to black and white, and also process raw and jpeg images, these links will be sent to participants after the completion of this field trip (via email).

Programs offered are legitimate, current and free software, of which you will also be able to download on your own home PC / Laptop (please note; most software is available for recent Windows and Apple operating programs), a connection to the internet, and have access privileges to download and install software onto your PC, Laptop, Notebook or Surface tablet).
*Please note this does not include Android or Apple IOS (ipad etc).

 

Getting there

By car

Coalcliff meeting point

We will meet on Paterson Road, Coalcliff, in front of Leeder Park, Coalcliff (which is adjacent Coalcliff Rockpools).

Parking options on street only, there is no parking at the rock pools.

*Please check the parking signs before you leave your car

Please note; public transport is not available to arrive by start time

 

Please note; parking fines / parking fees / transport to and from / coffee / drinks / breakfast / lunch /morning tea are not included in cost of field trip.

 

CAFE

8.30 AM   CAFE (de-brief)

Earth Walker & Co General Store & Cafe  

749 Lawrence Hargrave Dr, Coledale

Photos by Neoklis Bloukos are for illustrative purposes only

 

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A direct link to my current field trips, courses and classes at Macarthur Community College

 

 

http://www.macarthurcc.com.au/modules/find.html?TutorID=2288

A direct link to my current field trips

courses and classes

at

Macarthur Community College

 

Neoklis Bloukos
Professional Photography Tutor
Sydney Australia

 

Any enquiries can be made directly to the Macarthur Community College on

Phone:    02 9826 6455

Fax:          02 8905 9346

Email:      enquiry@macarthurcc.com.au

Postal address:       Macarthur Community College
                                    PO Box 71  Liverpool  1871
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Photography: Close-up and Macro at Australian Botanic Garden Mt Annan one day only Saturday 22 September 2018

http://www.macarthurcc.com.au/modules/details?ModuleID=NB3008

Photography: Close-up and Macro

at

The Australian Botanic Garden

Mt Annan

one day only

Saturday 22 September 2018

 

9:00am-2:00pm

Spoil yourself this spring, and learn creative macro and close up photography in the beautiful Australian Botanic Garden Mt Annan. The native plants will be bloom, you will learn about depth of field, shallow and deep focus, how to focus properly and interpret natural light.

You will be taught by a professional photography tutor with 44 years experience in photography in a relaxed, but very informative manner. Full details on website.

 

Agenda

You’ll be shown how to set up your camera for close up photography using your lens and/or close up tubes and/or close up filters and or your macro lens.

You will learn how to focus properly and do handheld macro and close-up photography.

Interpret natural light, both high key and low key light.

You will also learn; framing, composition and negative space.

How to do creative macro / close up photography.

Depth of field – shallow and deep focus methods.

An hour demonstration will be given of post processing Raw & Jpeg photographs with manufacturer photo processing software and legitimate freely available software recommended by tutor (software and field trip notes will be sent via email).

Field trip debrief (prior to completion of field trip)
The photographer invites to participants of the field trip for a debrief, (any food / drinks / lunch expenses are incurred at the participants own cost) and a chat relating to anything during the field trip and anything related to photography, equipment or theory.
(Note only food and drink purchased in the cafe can be consumed there).

 

Skill level
This Field trip is suitable for students whom have a thorough working knowledge of their camera and controls, shutter and aperture settings and or have completed a Beginners and or Intermediate Photography and DSLR Beginners Photography Course and or Mirrorless Photography for Beginners and or Mirrorless Intermediate Course and or similar.

 

Materials

Essential Materials:
Camera Equipment for this field trip

* No tripods are allowed for this field trip for safety and environmental reasons.

Essential Materials; Any adjustable digital DSLR, 4/3rds, MIRRORLESS camera with RAW /JPEG image capability, with adjustable iso / film speed settings and adjustable exposure settings; shutter, aperture and manual exposure ie S or TV, A or AV and M.

You will need at least one zoom or prime lens / macro lens with manual focus capability;
A macro lens, a standard lens ie 35 mm or 50mm lens and or close up filter(s) and or a set of close up tubes.

If you have other fixed or zoom lens(es) i.e. 85mm / 100mm / 16 – 35mm / 10 – 20 mm / 18 – 55mm / 24 – 70mm / 18 – 135 mm etc please bring them along too.

Please note
Some Zoom lenses have a close up / macro function built in (please check the specifications of your lens)

The tutor will have one spare camera, a wide-angle zoom lens, a 50mm lens and 2 x extension tubes all in the Canon EF mount that can be used and shared by the students for duration of the field trip (please bring an extra blank SD card if you need to use the tutor’s camera equipment).

Please note; an extra battery, and flash card are essential, as you will be your using your camera, and reviewing your photographs frequently, during this field trip.

Students if possible should either have a lens with close-up capability, and or a close up filter, and or a set of close up tubes and or a macro lens, any of these are strongly advised to enable detailed photos some of the extremely small flowers. Even if you do not have any of the additional equipment, this field trip is a great way to learn the techniques and secrets of creative of close-up and macro photography.

 

Footwear
As there are some uneven and loose surfaces within the gardens, to participate you must wear enclosed footwear only, no open footwear ie sandals can be worn for this field trip. For safety purposes acceptable footwear is as follows; walking shoes, running shoes, bush walking shoes or hiking boots, (weather-proof footwear is advisable).

 

Additional items
Weatherproof jacket, bring warm clothing jumpers etc, mini umbrella, (this field trip will held in wet weather).

Please bring your own food and water, note pad and pen for this field trip (please note any food / drink you bring cannot be consumed in the Cafe).

 

Meeting place
We will meet at 9 am on the benches (map discs) adjacent to the map discs close to the P3 Car Park adjacent to the Cafe and visitor centre at 8.55 am roll call for 9 am start.

Getting there
Please allow enough time to get there by car or by public transport

By car
The Australian Botanic Garden can be accessed from both, Narellan and Mt Annan Roads, Mount Annan please allow at least an extra 15 x minutes to get to P3 Parking area from Narellan Road (there is wildlife and and shared zones / pedestrian areas on the way through).

From Sydney on the M5, take the right fork towards Camden / Narellan then turn left and at Narellan Rd, continue along Narellan Rd and turn left at second set of traffic lights where the brown tourism sign says; The Australian Botanic Garden.

From the west Follow the Northern Road on to Narellan Rd at Narellan
Continue along Narellan Rd and turn right at traffic lights indicated by the brown tourist sign says; The Australian Botanic Garden.

From Cambelltown Follow  Narellan Rd over the M5 then continue along Narellan Rd and turn left at second set of traffic lights where the brown tourism sign says; The Australian Botanic Garden.

From the south take the Camden / Narellan / Campelltown turn off then continue along Narellan Rd, continue along Narellan Rd and turn left at second set of traffic lights where the brown tourism sign says; The Australian Botanic Garden.

Parking please note; Zoned parking areas and road regulations are enforced in the Garden. The roads within the Garden are public roads and therefore all normal traffic regulations apply. Infringement notices will be issued to vehicles parked illegally in no stopping, accessible parking and bus zones at the Garden. This is to control traffic in certain areas and to alleviate the congestion, safety and access issues.

 

By public transport
Take the train from Central Railway Station to Campbelltown Railway Station, then buses run between Campbelltown railway station and Camden via Mt Annan.

Phone Busabout for information on 02 4631 4200.
Please note that it is a 4km walk from the bus stop on Narellan Road to the Visitor Centre.

Visit TransportNSW to plan your trip.

Please check your transport options prior to the day
and please check public transport info for track work or delays

 

Please note; parking fines and fees / transport to and from / coffee / drinks / breakfast / lunch /morning tea are not included in cost of this field trip.

 

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Videography Motocross Action Field Trip at Oakdale Junior Motorcycle Club one day only Sunday 7th October 2018

http://www.macarthurcc.com.au/modules/details?ModuleID=NB3016

Videography Motocross Action Field Trip at

Oakdale Junior Motorcycle Club

one day only

Sunday 7th October 2018

12 pm to  5:00 pm

 

In this comprehensive videography action field trip using the Motocross action at a meeting of the Oakdale Junior Motorcycle Club as your canvas, you will learn storytelling through videography, learn to set up your DSLR / MIRRORLESS video camera, and learn the fundamental principles, techniques and theory of videography.

This is a great opportunity to learn videography; using proven cinematic techniques from a Tutor with experience in short film and video editing. This field trip will be run in a relaxed but informative atmosphere.
Full details on website. Bring requirements listed on Confirmation/website.

 

Agenda

You will learn:
* Storytelling through Videography
* Pre visualization
* Shot (filmmaking); wide, long, medium, close up etc
* Camera Movement Techniques
* Camera angle / Point Of View POV
* Framing and how to crop for Panoramic Aspect (depending on your camera)
* Composition
* How to interpret light
* Set up; image resolution size – Standard definition SD / High Definition HD
* shutter / frame rate / aperture / picture style
* Focusing manually and Bokeh – intentional blur
* Field trip debrief / chat session last hour on anything relating to videography technique and related lenses / equipment.

Skill Level
This field trip is suitable for participants whom have a thorough working knowledge of their camera and controls, video controls and set up/ shutter and aperture settings and or have completed an introduction to Videography Course and or Videography for Beginners and or Videography Intermediate Course and or similar video course.

Materials

Essential Materials:
Camera Equipment for this field trip
* A tripod / monopod is recommended for this field trip with a standard 3 way / ball-head or fluid head if you have one.
* Any adjustable digital DSLR or 4/3rds or MIRRORLESS camera with VIDEO capability, adjustable ISO / film speed settings, adjustable exposure settings; shutter, aperture and manual exposure adjustment i.e. S or TV, A or AV and M exposure modes with manual focus capability.

Recommended; At least one prime or zoom lens with manual focus capability;
* If you have any zoom lens(es) i.e. 16 – 35mm / 10 – 20 mm / 24 – 70mm /18 – 55mm / 18 – 135 mm , 70 – 200 mm wide to telephoto zoom(s) and or prime lens(es) ie 24 mm , 35 mm , 50 mm , 135 mm , 200 mm etc with a fast aperture of f1.4 / f2.0 / f4.0 etc please bring them along too.
* A large capacity flash card i.e. 8x GB and above – To record High Definition you will need a card that meets 1 of the 3 requirements below;
1. Record more than 6 mb/s or more – 10 mb/s is recommended
2. Has rating of U1 or above – U3 is recommended
3. Class 8 or above – C10 is recommended
* An extra battery as you will be your using your camera, and reviewing your video frequently – Please make sure you have fully charged/ recharged all your batteries wether they are charged or not as they lose power over time when not being used.

Additional items:
* Weatherproof clothing – warm clothing/jumper, mini umbrella and rain jacket, etc
* Own food,snacks and water
* Note pad and pen
* Footwear

Please note; as there are some uneven and loose surfaces, to participate you must wear enclosed footwear only, NO open footwear i.e. sandals can be worn for this field trip.
For safety purposes acceptable footwear is as follows; walking shoes, running shoes, bush walking shoes or hiking boots, (weather-proof footwear is advisable).

Weather:
This field trip will be held in wet weather, as it can give participants an opportunity to capture video, that is not normally available in fine weather.

Special Notes for this field trip;
There is no entrance fee but participants are asked to make a small donation to the club for medical funding / research.

Participants cannot sell photographs taken on the day for any commercial purposes.

No filming of kids under 16 without a helmet whatsoever.

Special Safety Advisory notes for all participants;

A waiver / disclaimer permission form must be signed prior to entering the venue

All participants must obey all Marshalls instructions

Vests supplied must worn when close to the track filming the riders

Location to Meet:
Oakdale Junior Motorcycle Club
190 Steveys Forest Rd, Oakdale NSW 2570

By Car
Please note if you are driving
Please allow enough time to get there (at least an extra 20 minutes), as the roads are mainly single lane country roads to get there, please take care, watch out for wildlife and please observe all safety signs.

 

photos for illustrative purpse only

Videography with your DSLR / Mirrorless Camera An Introduction one day only Sunday 16th September 2018

http://www.macarthurcc.com.au/modules/details?ModuleID=NB3017

Videography with your

DSLR / Mirrorless Camera

An Introduction

 

Sunday, 16 September 2018

9 am to 3 pm

 

Cartwright

 

Learn how to set up your DSLR / Mirrorless video camera, and learn the fundamental principles, techniques and theory of videography. This is a great opportunity to learn videography, using proven cinematic techniques from a tutor with experience in short film and video editing.

This course will be run in a relaxed but informative atmosphere. Where possible some of the course modules will be taught outdoors, weather permitting. Full details on website. Bring requirements listed on Confirmation/website. No concession.

 

Agenda

You will learn;
*Set up; shutter / frame rate / aperture / picture style
*How to mount your camera; tripod, monopod and other methods
*Framing and how to crop for Panoramic Aspect Ratio
*Camera angle / Point Of View POV
*Shot (filmaking); wide, long, medium, close up etc
*Camera Movement Techniques
*Composition and Negative space
*Exposure and how to interpret light
*How to pull focus manually
*Bokeh – intentional blur

Skill Level
This one day course is suitable for students whom have a thorough working knowledge of their camera and controls, shutter and aperture settings and or have completed a Beginners and or Intermediate Photography and DSLR Beginners Photography Course and or Mirrorless Photography for Beginners and or Mirrorless Intermediate Course and or similar.

Materials

Essential Materials:
Camera Equipment for this course
* A tripod is recommended for this class
*A tripod with a standard 3 way / ball-head or fluid head and remote release (if you have them)  The tutor will have one tripod for participants to share
*Any adjustable digital DSLR or 4/3rds or MIRRORLESS camera with VIDEO capability, adjustable ISO / film speed settings, adjustable exposure settings; shutter, aperture and manual exposure adjustment i.e. S or TV, A or AV and M exposure modes with manual focus capability.

Recommended; At least one prime or zoom lens with manual focus capability;
*A set of slip in and/or screw in solid neutral density filter(s) 1,2,3 stop (if you have them) or a variable neutral density filter if you have one
*A large capacity flash card i.e. 8x GB and above – To record High Definition you will need a card that meets 1 of the 3 requirements below;
*Record more than 6 mb/s or more – 10 mb/s is recommended
*Has rating of U1 or above – U3 is recommended
*Class 8 or above – C10 is recommended
*An extra battery as you will be your using your camera, and reviewing your video frequently – Please make sure you have fully charged/ recharged all your batteries wether they are charged or not as they lose power over time when not being used and bring your battery charger with you just in case.

Additional items:
*Weatherproof clothing – warm clothing/jumper, mini umbrella or light rain jacket, etc
*Own food / snacks and water
*Note pad and pen
*Footwear Please note; as there are some uneven and loose surfaces, to participate you must wear enclosed footwear only, no open footwear i.e. sandals can be worn for this course. For safety purposes acceptable footwear is as follows; walking shoes, running shoes, bush walking shoes or hiking boots, (weather-proof footwear is advisable).

Weather:
This one day class will be run in a classroom, as well as a mini field trip within the College grounds to do videography, which will be held in fine or wet weather, as it can give participants an opportunity to capture video in the field.

Additional items:
*Own food / snacks and water
*Note pad and pen


Tutor Experience

Neoklis Bloukos has been using and handling 35mm cameras, flash equipment and related accessories for over 44 years, including 25 years of experience in press photography, this also includes 14 years of digital photography – colour, monochrome and near-infrared and digital photo post processing with digital photography processing software. Neoklis also has 6 years of experience with digital photo post processing apps. Co-produced, co-wrote and co-directed ‘Cinema’ a black and white short film and Non Linear Digital Video editing experience.

Editing
Non Linear Digital Video editing of weddings for a commercial wedding client (unspecified)

Digital Photography
14 years of digital photography experience;
Colour, monochrome and near-infrared and digital photography post processing with digital photography post processing software

Black and White film negative
35mm and 120mm black and white manual film processing, and printing including black and white infrared photography

Colour negative
35mm colour negative film processing, (machine processing and maintenance) and 35mm colour negative scanning, and digital photo post processing.

All Photos by Neoklis Bloukos are for Illustrative purpose only

Mastering Landscape Photography & Digital Post Processing starting Saturday 4th August 2018 at Cronulla

meet on the promenade at the southern bath/pool which is marker number 33

Cronulla 2230

Sessions

When Time Where Session Notes
Sat 04 Aug 2018 4:45am – 8:45am (UTC+10:00) Cronulla southern bath  
Tue 07 Aug 2018 7pm – 9pm (UTC+10:00) Blk 6, Lev G, D8 – Kogarah High School  
Tue 14 Aug 2018 7pm – 9pm (UTC+10:00) Blk 6, Lev G, D8 – Kogarah High School  
Sat 18 Aug 2018 9am – 1pm (UTC+10:00) Cape Solander Field Trip  
Tue 21 Aug 2018 7pm – 9pm (UTC+10:00) Blk 6, Lev G, D8 – Kogarah High School  
Tue 28 Aug 2018 7pm – 9pm (UTC+10:00) Blk 6, Lev G, D8 – Kogarah High School  

Videography Intermediate Field Trip & Editing 2 x day course Sat 25th August and Sat 1st September 2018

Sat 25th August 2018

and

Sat 1st September 2018

 

Intro to Videography with Your DSLR/Mirrorless Camera Thursday 9th August 2018 at Jannali Centre

https://www.sgscc.edu.au/class/IntroVideoDSLRMirrlessCamera-1

Intro to Videography with Your DSLR/Mirrorless Camera

Thursday

9th August 2018

9am to 3 pm

at

Jannali Centre

 

 
 
 
127-129 Sutherland Rd

Jannali 2226

Site Directions

West side of Jannali, closest cross street is Louise Street.
There is free onsite parking available and ample on road parking (not metered) if the car park is full.

Public Transport

From Jannali Station walk to the West side along Jannali railway (heading towards Sutherland), the fourth street on the right is Louise Street. Jannali Centre is at the end of Louise Street

Other Information

Accessible toilet and ground floor wheelchair access available
Monday – Friday 8:30am-5:00pm, see Reception for directions to room. After hours and weekends look for the Site Co-ordinator for room directions.
Onsite Cafe open Monday to Friday 9:00am-3:00pm . Outside these hours there are drink/snack vending machines onsite. Jannali shopping precinct offers a variety of café and takeaway options, just a 3 minute drive away.

 

pictures by Neoklis are for illustrative purpose only

Sessions

When Time Where Session Notes
Thu 09 Aug 2018 9am – 3pm (UTC+10:00) Conference Room 3 – Jannali Centre  

Landscape Photography in Black and White and Colour Japanese Gardens Auburn one day only Saturday 11th August 2018

https://www.sgscc.edu.au/class/LandscapePhotographyJapaneseGdns-2

Landscape Photography

seeing in Black & White and Colour

Japanese Gardens

Auburn

Saturday 11th August 2018

one day only

9am to 2 pm

 

Just Photography 8 x weeks 11am to 1pm Bankstown Arts Centre starting Wednesday 1st AUGUST 2018

https://www.cbcity.nsw.gov.au/explore/arts-centre/workshops-classes/how-to-enrol-in-art-classes

 

Just Photography

Term 3

Wednesdays  11am to 1pm 

 starting starting Wednesday 1st AUGUST 2018

Bankstown Arts Centre

bookings are available but places are limited

COST is $20 for 8 x weeks

 

Outline

Photography is one of the most popular and powerful visual mediums on the planet learn all about the fundamentals and principles about photography, you will learn both classic and modern photography techniques.

Just photography is about the practice of photography, it will be a mixture of field trips in close proximity to as well as classes within the Bankstown Arts Centre.

Don’t miss this amazing opportunity to learn from a professional photographer and photography tutor, with over 43 years of camera and photography experience, and 15 years of digital post processing, you will learn about photography in an informative, relaxed and friendly manner.

Share your passion for photography with like-minded people and make new friends.

There are limited places per term available to give adequate one-to-one time with students.

 

what to bring

Please bring along your own adjustable DSLR or Mirrorless camera with zoom and or prime lens to the class, spare batteries / flash card and if you have a flashlight please bring it too.

Please wear sensible footwear, no open shoes or sandals as we will be doing some mini field trips within Saigon Plaza / CBD.

 

other items

Note pad, water, food, snacks and mini umbrella

 

Wednesdays x 8 weeks

starting Wednesday 1st AUGUST 2018

 

Time

11am – 1pm

 

LOCATION

Bansktown Arts Centre

5 Olympic Parade Bankstown

 

COST is $20 for 8 x weeks                                      Bookings are essential

You can call the Bankstown Arts Centre on how to register then enrol for Just Photography

inquiries only during business hours

monday to friday only 9 am – 5 pm

 Call 0297075400

 

How to enrol

https://www.cbcity.nsw.gov.au/explore/arts-centre/workshops-classes/how-to-enrol-in-art-classes

If you are not already registeredPlease register first by following the link below

https://www.bankstown.nsw.gov.au/FormCenter/Bankstown-Arts-Centre-9/Art-Class-Registration-Form-74

then call  0297075400 to pay via credit card

(Cash payments can be paid at the Arts Centre but must be made prior to course date to ensure numbers for the course to run)

*please note; bookings cannot be taken on the actual starting day*

All Pictures are by Neoklis Bloukos for illustrative purpose only

 

 

 

Photography MACRO CLOSE UP Sylvan Grove Native Gardens Picnic Point one day only Saturday 8th September 2018