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    Registration is now open for the 50th Basic Photography Course by Black Box Photography.

    This course is suitable for anyone with little or no knowledge about the technical and aesthetic aspects of photography, as well as for those who wish to brush up on their fundamentals. You will be taught the basics of photography and progress through to a stage where you are able to use your camera confidently and creatively.

    Tha course is conducted over 8 sessions, which comprises of 5 workshops and 3 field trips.

    Brief content outline:
    - What is good picture taking?
    - Difference between both Digital and Analog Single Lens Reflex(SLR) and Compact cameras
    - Essential Compositional Rules
    - What are Apertures and Shutter-speeds
    - The Art of Night Photography
    - Basic Landscape Photography
    - Basic Black & White Photography
    - How to make your own album
    - and more

    The instructor, Ken Tay, is a professional photographer who has 13 years of experience in various genres of photography, including national news papers, event launches, weddings and commercial photography. As well as a Bachelor of Arts degree in photography and a Diploma in Applied Photography.

    Commencement: 5 Jul 05, Tues
    Time: 7.30pm - 9pm
    Venue: Black Box Photography Studio

    For detailed course content and schedule please visit our website
    http://www.blackboxphoto.net/Courses.htm
    or email courses@blackboxphoto.net

    We only take in a maximum of 10 participants per class. Therefore do sign up early to avoid disappointment.

    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by audrey
    Registration is now open for the 50th Basic Photography Course by Black Box Photography.

    This course is suitable for anyone with little or no knowledge about the technical and aesthetic aspects of photography, as well as for those who wish to brush up on their fundamentals. You will be taught the basics of photography and progress through to a stage where you are able to use your camera confidently and creatively.

    Tha course is conducted over 8 sessions, which comprises of 5 workshops and 3 field trips.

    Brief content outline:
    - What is good picture taking?
    - Difference between both Digital and Analog Single Lens Reflex(SLR) and Compact cameras
    - Essential Compositional Rules
    - What are Apertures and Shutter-speeds
    - The Art of Night Photography
    - Basic Landscape Photography
    - Basic Black & White Photography
    - How to make your own album
    - and more

    The instructor, Ken Tay, is a professional photographer who has 13 years of experience in various genres of photography, including national news papers, event launches, weddings and commercial photography. As well as a Bachelor of Arts degree in photography and a Diploma in Applied Photography.

    Commencement: 5 Jul 05, Tues
    Time: 7.30pm - 9pm
    Venue: Black Box Photography Studio

    For detailed course content and schedule please visit our website
    http://www.blackboxphoto.net/Courses.htm
    or email courses@blackboxphoto.net

    We only take in a maximum of 10 participants per class. Therefore do sign up early to avoid disappointment.

    Thank you.
    hi,

    interested... but how much huh ??
    Stress Man @ work... :bigeyes:

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    Hi, the course fee is $180 for 8 sessions.

    Fill in the registration form at the following url, print it out and send it back to us together with your cheque payment.

    http://www.blackboxphoto.net/courses...es/regform.htm

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    Please note that the above course has been rescheduled to commence on 16 August 2005, Tuesday. All other infomation remains the same. The updated schedule has also been posted on our website: http://www.blackboxphoto.net/Courses.htm

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