Would you like one on one private photography tuition with Canon Collective Ambassador Gemma Ortlipp? We cater to deliver private tuition, on a wide range of photographic topics from mastering manual exposure to organising your Lightroom catalogues, the Canon Collective ambassadors have the time and skills to help you take your photography to the next level.
Gemma started photography after being given a Camera as a graduation present. Since then she's built up a portfolio of Wildlife Images through working for Zoos Victoria and photographing many species through Africa. Working in Camera Service and the Canon Experience Store she has a wide knowledge of product and camera functions. She loves to share her knowledge and help photographers of all skill levels excel and learn new skills. Her specialty includes of course Wildlife Photography, but she also really enjoys Macro, Portraiture and Pet Photography.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Please choose carefully. Except where otherwise indicated, we do not offer refunds unless an event has to be cancelled, rescheduled to a date you cannot attend, or where required under Australian Consumer Law. View the Terms of Registration.
We will cover techniques you desire to learn, Gemma will contact you ahead of your booking to arrange a curriculum to suit your needs.
Please bring any Canon Camera Equipment you would like to be tutored on and memory cards. If you would like tutoring on Lightroom, please bring your Laptop and Hard Drive. We will have a huge range of Canon products to use in store, if you wish to learn about products you do not already own.
Meeting at the Canon Experience Store. Paid parking available outside.
We will stay in store for the duration of the tuition, or Gemma will contact you to arrange any alternative location if required.
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