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  • Boris Austin
    Boris Austin wrote:
    Hi Everyone,

    Id just like to introduce myself, im a British photographer living in Beijing,
    If your interested in learning how to really use your camera, or what to do with your images when youve shot them then please check out my AD!



    2 Day – Digital Photography Weekend Workshop with Boris Austin ( Level – Beginner )

    10th and 11th Apr 2010 @ The Hutong

    This workshop is an introduction for anyone looking to learn the fundamentals of digital photography. The aim of this class is to help students develop a confidence in using their cameras while helping them explore their creativity in a fun and inspiring environment. Each day students are first introduced to new techniques and ideas in a relaxed workshop space and then taken out shooting into the hutongs and surrounding areas. Each student will receive personal time and attention to help them take the types of photos that they are really looking for.

    5 hours each day 1PM to 6 PM.

    Learning material will be provided.
    Minimum of 5 Students and Maximum of 10 ( First Come first Served )

    Course Requirements : Each student needs to bring their own Digital SLR Camera.

    PRICE: 850RMB Each for two days.

    Boris Austin is an award winning photographer who has been teaching photography workshops in Beijing for over 2 Years. He is known by his students as a passionate communicator who aims to inspire the class with his knowledge and energy for photography.

    To view His work or for more information visit http://www.borisaustin.com

    To Book a place please click the link below, scroll down and enter your details.


    15th/16th of May - ill run a more advanced photography workshop for people who have done the beginners course or already have some photography experience.

    Thanks for looking :)

  • Amalie Sæverud
    sounds good but expensive! :)

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