Announcement: 

I will be in New Zealand from 23 February - 30 March 2018

and will be teaching beginner photography workshops for women.

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One-Hour Tutorial

  • 60 minute hands-on tutorial
  • My free e-workbook (can be printed)
  • One-on-one tutoring
  • A pre-tutorial review of your work
  • $70 (individual)
  • $120 (two people)

Using my workbook we will cover one chapter per one hour session.

Subjects include camera shake, depth of field, movement & blur, iso, exposure, light, tripod use, flash, composition, lenses.

We can do all 10 chapters or you can choose which you'd like to focus on.

Full-Day Workshop

  • 6 hour hands-on workshop
  • My free e-workbook (can be printed)
  • Pre-tutorial review of your work
  • 30 minute consultation to determine which areas to focus on
  • One-on-one tutoring
  • $250 (individual)
  • $700 (three people)

Using my workbook we will cover as many of the subjects as we have time for:  camera shake, depth of field, movement & blur, iso, exposure, light, tripod use, flash, composition, lenses.

Weekend Workshop

  • 2 day including a night shoot 
  • Hands on workshop
  • My free e-workbook (can be printed)
  • A pre-tutorial review of your work
  • 30 minute consultation to determine which areas to focus on 
  • $650 per person (maximum of 5 people)

Using my workbook we will cover as many of the subjects as we have time for:  camera shake, depth of field, movement & blur, iso, exposure, light, tripod use, flash, composition, lenses.

*Customised Workshops:  let me know what you particularly want to learn or, tell me how much time you have, and we'll work on creating a workshop that services your photographic needs.

Contact me here.

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The photography lessons fluidly led from detailed descriptions to anecdotes and to stories of Genova. At first, it all seemed a blur of ISO, F-stops and trying to sort out what aperture numbers really meant but then it all came together.

Suddenly I could control the settings on my camera to make the spouts of water long and smooth or stop the action where it felt you could see the drops of water. Just by turning a dial. And it worked. And it made sense. My camera, I am pleased to say, has only been back to the Automatic setting a few times since I’ve returned. I’ve still got so much to learn, but after only a weekend with Di I feel like I am on my way.'

Laura, Client & Blogger, Ciao Amalfi

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WOW!!!! Three days later and I am still buzzing from Di’s photography workshop. Learned so much about how to use my camera settings to really get the picture I want. Finally I understand how my camera works and how to get the best out of it. Di has made it so easy. I love the way she is able to explain the technical terms in an easy to understand manner and quickly takes you on to practice the learned. Her workbook is proving to be such a valuable resource to go back to again and again. Thank you Di for a wonderful day of learning, discovering and taking my passion to the next level

Ellen Carlson