Renowned photographer R. Ian Lloyd, who has worked for magazines such as National Geographic and has photographed 34 books on the Asia Pacific Region, will present a special day-long digital photography workshop for a limited group of 20 participants. Ian will share his digital photography experiences and demonstrate tips, tricks and insights that he has learned on numerous assignments.

Who should attend?

This is a rare chance for advanced amateur photographers to gain a wealth of knowledge in a small group setting. Participants are encouraged to bring their own digital cameras as well as a print for evaluation.

These workshops are designed for advanced amateurs and intermediate photographers already enjoying using their digital cameras. Participants would be encouraged to bring their own digital cameras.

The one-day workshop will start off with a classroom-style session covering the topics mentioned above. Visual examples will be shown with an emphasis on technical understanding in an intimate group setting.

Participants will be asked to bring in a print of an image they would like some encouragement or criticism about. The session will begin with participants introducing themselves individually to the class and discussing their image.

A light lunch will be included.

After lunch Ian Lloyd will lead a short field trip out of the classroom where participants will have the opportunity to try out some of the techniques discussed earlier in the day. This will be a "hands-on" session where participants can get tips and ask the photographer questions.

The session will end with a show of field trip images together with a critique and discussion session.

Canon Digital Photography Workshop
Date: 29 & 30 October 2005
Time: 9.00am – 4.30pm
Venue: Canon DMH Level 2
Course fee: $200/ person

Canon Members Privilege
-Alliance members will be entitled for a 10% discount
-Premier members will be entitled for a 15% discount

Please email to,or come down to the Canon Digital Lab for payment to secure a seat.