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Digital Photography Studio

A group of photography students point their digital SLR cameras in the same direction to take a photo.

Practically experienced students who are looking to expand their technical knowledge are invited to join our Photography Studio program. Under the supervision of tutor and local photographer Ben Eyles, you will further develop your knowledge of digital photography and have access to exploring particular interests with expert support.

Our Studio course is designed for students to be self-lead, expanding on core technical and creative skills in digital photography including:

  • Advanced camera settings: Learn to harness your camera's full capacity through advanced understanding of your camera's manual setting
  • Technical development: Develop your control of lighting, colour and exposure for different effect
  • Composition and creative perspective: Develop your creative flair and eye for composition
  • Photographic genres: Build your experience in macro landscape, artistic photography, and portraiture
  • Post Production: Delve further into image manipulation and handling with specialist software
  • Artistic Guidance: Specialist mentoring in your particular areas of interest.

What to bring
You'll need to bring your own camera SLR (DSLR) camera (or at least a high end compact camera with manual (M) setting), the camera manual and a tripod as well have a computer or laptop so you can edit your photos.

Students are welcome to bring along any other lighting or equipment that they would like to learn how to use.

Term 3, 2024 Dates:
Wednesdays
6.00 - 8.30pm
31 July - 18 September
8 consecutive weeks

Meet the Tutor: Ben Eyles

Image of tutor Ben Eyles leaning on bricks


Ben Eyles is an Albury-based teacher, photographer and technical trainer with decades of experience.

He taught the Diploma of Photography and Photo Imaging and Certificate IV of Photography and Photo Imaging at Wodonga TAFE from 2014 to 2019. Prior to this, Ben worked as a staff photographer at the Border Mail where he was twice awarded the Best News Photograph of the Year.

Ben Eyles' Website

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