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iPhoneography masterclass

Ready to take your iPhoneography to the next level? Then look no further! This 4-hour workshop teaches the fundamentals of photography, such as focus and exposure, artistic composition, working with natural light, creative smartphone techniques, burst, panorama, flash, post-production, and much more. You'll learn not only how to perfectly capture what you see, but more importantly, how to creatively interpret your subject. And the maximum group size of 8 people ensures you'll get plenty of individual feedback and support.

 

Why George Poulakis Photography? I'm glad you asked.
In 2005 I was awarded the first qualified Apple Product Professional in the world. Yes, in the world. This led to me preparing and presenting weekly seminars for Apple. 
I’ve taken this experience, and my love of photography, and developed an iPhoneography workshop that's both fun and comprehensive.

So go on, book now! Or fancy a private workshop for a small group? Then head over to the contact page and get in touch. Or better yet, take a look at what some other people have to say here. Still not convinced? Why not check out this short piece I wrote on creative composition for a preview of what's to come.

iPhone videography masterclass

This three-day intensive workshop encompasses everything you need to start making your own short videos. The only requirements are a smartphone for recording, and an iPhone or iPad for editing. Delivered from my home studio in Heidelberg, class sizes are no larger than 8 participants, which ensures you'll receive plenty of individual feedback and support.

DAY 1

The fundamentals of smartphone operation for video, focus and exposure, working with natural light, video design principles, creative filming techniques, essential camera movements, basic shots and b-roll, slow-motion, time lapse, and capturing clean audio.

DAY 2

An introduction to iMovie for iPhone/iPad, trimming and editing your footage, creating transitions, adding music and voiceover, animating photos, overlaying images, incorporating themes, customising your text, avoiding copyright issues, creating a trailer, and exporting your video.

DAY 3

Creating a shot-list, storyboarding your ideas, continuity editing, conventions of genre, the 180° rule, reviewing final movies, and Q&A.

Private tutoring

 

Whether you’re looking for a career change, need help with your studies, or just want to take better pictures, I can help you improve your photography. But first, a bit about me.

 

I have a Bachelor of Photography from Photography Studies College, a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Canberra, and a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment from Box Hill Institute. Add to that over 17 years of industry experience, a bunch of fancy awards, and you’ve got yourself a package!

 

I operate in fortnightly 2-hour lessons, which allow time to dedicate to a range of activities such as delivering new information, photography exercises, reviewing your images, and covering any particular areas you may want to focus on. Having worked with students of varying ages and experience, I understand the importance of tailoring my tutoring to meet each individual’s needs and learning style.

 

Have I got your attention? If so, take a look at just a few of the broad range of topics I cover in my lesson plan. Then just get in contact here.

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