Camera Craft 2 Weekend Intensive


A bundle discount of 15% is available if you enrol in multiple classes. Email for more information.

Camera Craft 2 is also available as an online course, check out dates and enrolment details HERE!


Camera Craft 2 Weekend Intensive is about aesthetics and the technical aspects of light and exposure. Over two consecutive days you'll will learn how light, colour, composition and approach will impact on the way your images are made and read by the viewer.

This course is designed for people who would like to develop their own unique style. Images created during the course will be reviewed by the class and your style and approach will be guided by a series of lectures, slides and discussion around various historical and contemporary images to help you visualise key themes and techniques.

Created for those who have completed our Camera Craft 1 course and are looking to continue their instruction in photography and develop their 'eye'. This course is a prerequisite for participants interested in enrolling in our specialist courses. This weekend intensive is designed for those who don't have the time to commit to our five-week Camera Craft 2 course.

Enrol early to avoid disappointment. ACP workshops require minimum enrolment numbers to run.

This course is run over two full consecutive days with a maximum class size of 8 participants.


Prerequisites and Requirements

  • Camera Craft 1, or relevant experience
  • Bring your own DSLR or Mirrorless (MILC) camera (charged batteries and memory card). If you are unsure please search your camera brand and model for clarification.
  • Camera manual (download from the internet if necessary)
  • Note book and pen
  • Please review our FAQ for terms and conditions of enrolment.



(Subject to change due to COVID-19 social distancing. Participants will be notified in advance)

Australian Centre for Photography
19 Foley Street
Darlinghurst, NSW, 2010

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ACP Workshop 
at Ted's World of Imaging
317 Pitt Street
Sydney NSW 2000

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Image courtesy of and © ACP student Alexandra Voynett, 2019.