June 30, 2009
Capture Cape Town’s beauty with a photography course
Photo courtesy Ian Junor
Anyone passionate about photography – whether an amateur, professional, or a happy-snap tourist – will tell you that Cape Town is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, offering a plethora of photographic subject matter, be it the beautiful landscapes, the diverse cultures or the impressive array of fauna and flora.
Take advantage of all the Mother City has to offer by taking a photography course from July 10 to 12, 2009 at the beautiful Mimosa Lodge in Montagu – just a two-hour drive from Cape Town.
This intermediate course will be run by photographer Luke Metelerkamp, who will discuss the work of established photographers as a source of inspiration to those who’d like to improve their photographic skills.
Aspiring photographers will be given both stylistic and technical advice, as well as practical assistance during day outings around Montagu – a beautiful area to photograph.
Advice on editing and retouching will be given at the end of each day.
The course costs R2 300 per person, which includes two nights’ accommodation and breakfast at the luxurious Mimosa Lodge.
For more information call +27 (0)23 614 2351 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once you’ve honed your photographic skills, don’t forget to enter our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. Winter Competition by joining our Flickr group and adding your images of Cape Town in winter to the group pool. You could win an iPod Nano!
For more information about the competition, click here.