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Sharing is caring for our Planet - Shark Warrior
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5 Sep

Sharing is caring for our Planet

I am producing a series of short videos of my students who have done my courses. It’s important to share with other potential students what they felt about the course and what they learned while at the same time it gives my students a chance to showcase some of the best works achieved while on course.

The course lived up to all my expectations, I learned so much that I wanted to learn, and even learned things I didn't know I would learn. - Shelby Barker

Some of my students attending my courses in creative writing and photography have basic skills in photography, but most, if not all, still shoot on program modes or auto mode. However, this is all left behind as I teach them the fundamentals of photography and how to apply them. It is great reward to compare the photos they took on day one of the course with their final work, and see how they learn to build environmental stories using both the written word and photography to raise awareness. 

braam

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