Canberra School of Photography

Master your DSLR and capture some fond Canberra memories.
Melanie Colwell
Published on November 29, 2021


World-class architecture. Stunning natural scenery. Native animal encounters. There is a lot of beauty to be captured in Canberra. And let's be real: your phone camera is not going to do it justice.

So give that neglected DSLR in your wardrobe a workout by joining one of Canberra School of Photography's tours. Led by professional photographer Irene Lorbergs, these interactive tours (and private sessions) will have you stomping the streets of Canberra and creating keepsakes along the way.

As well as taking you to the city's best (and under-the-radar) vantage points, Lorberg will give you the low-down on your camera's (often bewildering) settings and photography techniques.

Upcoming courses include the Wildlife Photo Safari Walk and Talk ($220) at the National Zoo and Aquarium, a tour around the Parliamentary Triangle ($220), and our pick: the Dusk into Night Tour ($220). This three-hour tour will help you master exposure, mood and composition as the natural light shifts from golden hour to sunset and then evening.

Image: John Gollings, copyright National Museum of Australia. All Rights Reserved


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