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One-on-One Photography Courses

Photo by Bill Poon

Yes folks, it’s me. For all of you that have wondered, and especially for those that have asked, you now know what I look like on a good-hair day.

I’m very happy to announce my availability for a range of One-on-One photography courses during 2010. These courses are tailored to your own specific needs and can involve the following, either individually or in combination:

  • Getting to Know Your Camera
  • Camera Craft and Practical Photography
  • Adobe Lightroom
  • Adobe Camera RAW
  • Adobe Photoshop

Practical Photography courses can be conducted almost anywhere, depending on what it is we decide to photograph, and usually run for between 3 hours and a whole day.

Image processing courses, such as Adobe Lightroom or Photoshop, are usually conducted from my home, in Clifton Hill, Melbourne. Where appropriate such classes could also be conducted at your own home or place of work, with the addition of a levy covering costs associated with travel (car expenses and time for the return journey). I do my best to keep the cost of such levies as low as possible.

When available I can be booked for day or evening sessions, either weekdays or weekends.

Cost for these special One-on-One classes is priced at $110 (inc GST) per hour.

For loyal followers of this blog I’d like to offer the same sessions and content, during July and August 2010, at the following reduced pricing:

  • 3 hour session $230 (inc GST) a saving of $100
  • 6 hour session $400 (inc GST) a saving of $260

I’m a photographer with a wide and diverse range of practical photography experiences (please refer to the About page on this blog). In addition to a substantial body of personal and commercial work, produced during a 30-year career, I’ve had around 20 years experience teaching photography. I’m as comfortable working with individuals as I am lecturing large groups of tertiary-level students. In the case of One-on-One courses I work particularly hard to adapt my teaching to the needs and learning style of the individual.

Please feel free to contact me directly should you wish to enquire about this unique opportunity. Just send an email to info@blueskyphotography.com.au

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7 Responses

  1. Glen,
    I have attended some of the CAE courses last year in which you lectured. and were of great help when I went overseas late 2009, however I would like to get a bette understanding of low light photography, is this something that can be covered in a 1 x One-on-One session.

  2. Hi Dale,

    Absolutely! I try to allow the structure of the One-on-One sessions to be dictated by the needs of the participant. The best way to learn about how best for you to shoot under low light conditions is for the two of us to actually take photos of the type of subject matter (city at night, landscape at sunset, etc) you’re interested in shooting under low light conditions. I will be able to help with appropriate shooting techniques on the spot. If there’s a further need for software-related solutions, employed to deal with subsequent noise problems, they should be discussed and demonstrated in a second session. But the way you shoot the images does have an impact on the amount of noise your camera generates.

    Let me know if you’d like to proceed.

    All the best,

    Glenn

  3. Hi Glen,

    I have attended your classes before, but I was wondering if you also give One on one Studio Photography lessons. Please let me know asap.

    Thanks

    May

  4. Hi Glen,

    Always enjoy your blog. The photos are awesome!!

    Will you be conducting any group Lightroom classes in the near future?

    Thanks,

    Anjali

  5. Hi Anjali,

    Thank you for your feedback. It’s very much appreciated. I plan to run a series of software/image processing workshops during September and October. I’II be posting dates and details in a week or so. It would be great to see you there.

    Kindest Regards,

    Glenn

  6. Hi Glenn

    It was great learning from you during our Studio photoshoot recently. As I have another Location Photoshoot coming up very soon, was hoping if you can provide another tutorial lesson. Thanks!

  7. Thanks so much May, I look forward to working with you again in the future.

    Sorry for the late reply. I haven’t been back to my old wordpress site for some time. I now operate under a new business name and have a brand new site as part of an online re-branding process. The site is still under construction, but functioning. You can check it out at http://www.travelphotographyguru.com/

    All the best,

    Glenn

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