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Digital Photography Studio

After completing Digital Photography For Beginners, expand your core technical and creative skills in Digital Photography - Studio.

Skills include:

  • Advanced camera settings: Learn to harness your camera's full capacity through advanced understanding of your camera's manual settings.
  • Technical development: Develop your control of lighting, colour and exposure for different effects.
  • 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

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, a tripod as well 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.

If you are unsure whether to enrol in the Beginners or Studio course term, please contact us and we can discuss which suits best.

Please make sure you check the current conditions of entry for the museum, as these will change over the coming months.

Meet the Tutor: Ben Eyles

Tutor Ben Eyles leaning on bricks

Ben Eyles is an Albury-based teacher and photographer 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.

His current work is split between his photography, and his other job as a teacher, trainer and product demonstrator with classroom technology company Promethean.

Ben Eyles' Website

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