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Old 24-08-17, 19:05
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Hi Guys

I'm developing a photography training course, which initially will be a series of face to face workshops & then I will be looking to put it online.

I would welcome your thoughts on my proposed syllabus here

http://www.alteredimages.uk.com/awes...raphy-workshop
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Old 28-08-17, 13:45
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Looks well set out with good example photos. Wish you good luck with it and would be interested to know how you get on. I have thought of doing something like it on a smaller scale.
The Syllabus looks to cover a lot of ground. Guess it not listed in order. Maybe think of sub headings to keep composition, camera settings, equipment etc together.
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Old 31-08-17, 22:06
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Thanks for the input Arthur. I agree the syllabus is comprehensive - its intended as more of a pick & mix depending on the level of experience if attendees. Grouping topics together under sub headings is a good idea so thanks for that,
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Great examples and wish you all the best for the same. If details of camera, lens, and mode would be added, it would be more fruitful.
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Looks Interesting.
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