Monday, March 14, 2016

Learning about photography.

We occasionally get asked about how people can learn more about photography, so I’ve listed some resources here:

1. Ask your peers (specific) questions & come to club nights and workshops.
2. Read the (camera) manual – its often boring, but its very relevant.
3. Check TAFE for a course (often or not don’t don’t have numbers – so express your interest, so that they can put on a course!).
4. Have a look at Youtube, some good sources include:

5. For free education, see any current offerings from MOOC’s such as:
  • Coursera -
  • OpenLearning  -
  • Udemy is a fabulous resource if you can find a good instructor. These often incur a small fee, but you may stumble across discount vouchers (or even free courses) via social media or ozbargain (one of my favourite web sites).
    • Udemy
    • Ozbargain -

6. If all else fails – Google it.

If you have more ideas of sources, please leave them in the comments!

Monday, September 7, 2015

Photographic Magazines.

Did you know that the library has a range of printed photographic magazines.. yes... well did you know they also have electronic versions of magazines available, that you can view on your computer (or other selected devices).

This is an awesome free service to members of Albany Library.
Check it out at:

Saturday, September 6, 2014

web resources.

Some web resources that may of interest to people:

7 Posing Techniques for Non-Models:

How to pose couples: