More Photography Workshops

BACK by popular demand our 4 week Photography Workshop with Raimond DeWeerdt is coming up again – this time on a Friday morning.

Rai is also running a new 4 week workshop called Photoshop for Photography Enthusiasts.

Adobe Photoshop can be incredibly overwhelming. 


Learn about the art of Photoshop by focusing just on the tools you need to know to work on photographic images.


Raimond de Weerdt has taught hundreds of photography students how to be creative and confident using Adobe Photoshop. Raimond will show you how to optimize images, sharpening, retouching, black and white conversion, panorama-stitching, working with layers and more. 


He’s not going to dig and explain every option in every menu! This is a practical hands on course, you will not be wasting any time and energy learning effects and tools that you’ll never use. This is an engaging and useful workshop teaching you practical ways to utilise Photoshop in your photography.


To do this course you will need a laptop, PC or Mac, loaded with any of the Photoshop CS or CC versions.


If you do not have Photoshop you can always download a free 30-day trial version or purchase a license for a month.


Photoshop for
Photography Enthusiasts

4 week course

Beginning May 19th
every Tuesday evening

6pm – 8pm

$120 ($30 per week)

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Digital Photography

4 week course

Beginning May 20th
Friday evenings

6pm – 9pm

$120 ($30 per week)

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This is a Four Week course for those who wish to explore photography and creativity.


Students are introduced to the art of taking better photographs not only by learning about photographic techniques but also by awakening and developing the self as photographer.


These classes are fun, informative, easy to follow and no significant experience in photography is required. Students do need to own or have access to a camera with manual controls.


Topics covered
•    Camera as creative tool.
•    Seeing the light and catching the shadow.
•    The photographic self.
•    The world of other photographers.

Raimond de Weerdt is a photographer with extensive teaching experience spanning over fifteen years. Raimond has worked as a photographer in London, Amsterdam and Sydney. 


He has exhibited his photographs widely and his work can be found in both public and private collections both here in Australia and overseas.