Want practical advice to help you take better shots in any urban environment, anywhere?
That’s the idea behind our upcoming Shoot in the City Photo Walk: learn how to improve your photographs of cities, whether you’re headed to London, New York, Hong Kong, or somewhere else entirely.
Lead Travel Photographer Mogens Johansen will be joined by Travel Editor Stephen Scourfield to lead this half-day workshop, which will include a briefing on the basics of city photography followed by a photo walk through Perth.
There’ll be plenty of chances to ask questions and get hands-on help to ensure you’re getting more out of your camera.
The Shoot in the City Photo Walk will be held on Sunday, July 1, from 9am to noon.
It costs $100 for registered members of Travel Club, and $75 for Gold Members — it’s free to become a registered member, while Gold Membership is $49 and comes with a host of other discounts and benefits.
- Book at westtravelclub.com.au/events
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