Teaming Up With Luke Austin

Photography Workshop with Luke Austin and Myself …

I have teamed up with Luke Austin to provide some workshops for those new to the world of Digital SLR photography. If you have purchased a DSLR camera and want to get off the Green Auto Mode then this is the workshop for YOU.

Luke has extensive knowledge and experience shooting stunning landscapes in the wilderness of Canada and the USA as well as numerous locations within Australia …

Me, well most of you that read this blog are full bottle on the type and style of photography I do. If you are not then please check out this blog history or visit my main site at Spoolphotography.com for further insight ….

Saturday the 12th Feb 2011 Luke Austin and myself with be available to answer all your questions and give you a insight into how we take our photographs and what YOUR camera and YOU can achieve.

We have limited the numbers to just 8 so we can speak and spend considerable time with each person showing them how the take their photography to the next level. The workshop will include a booklet of all that we will cover over the 5hrs of the workshop. This booklet will be posted out to all participants before the workshop day so they can read through and gain further insight to what the morning workshop will cover …

Full details of the workshop are on the flyer below … If you have any questions please do not hesitate to call or email either Luke Austin or myself on the numbers provided on the flyer … We hope to see YOU there … it will be a fun filled morning with lots of information and practical knowledge … Refreshments and morning light snacks provided …

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About Neal Pritchard

TImeless landscape photography prints by Neal Pritchard
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One Response to Teaming Up With Luke Austin

  1. Casey Smith says:

    Hey Neal, Good luck and I am sure that all spots will be full before you know it, glad to see you are doing what you spoke about when we were in Tassie.

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