Sorry for the long wait people. That was due to Covid and other factors. My photo workshops have changed and I only conduct One-on-One Photography Classes until further notice. It has a two-fold purpose namely that we try to minimize the risk of infection and secondly, it will give participants the chance to interact with me personally and to the point. We can therefore concentrate on what each individual's requirements are and thereby eliminate time-wasting as in a group.
My advice is for you to book your first 3-hour session and take it from there to decide for yourself how far you want to go, in this way, there is no limit as you can book more sessions for the future as needed. You also do not need to book the sessions close after each other, but that is advisable for you not to forget what you have learnt.
You will at least need a camera and one lens (or more). It can be a hibrate camera but an DSLR or Mirrorless is prefered.
If you're not a beginner anymore, you can still book lessons that are suited to your specific needs, so that you don't have to go through topics that you already know. Just indicate and communicate what your experience level is.
Click on "Photo Training - One-on-One for more info.
When you click on "Request to Book" you will be taken to a calendar with available sessions from which you can choose. Available times are 09:00-12:00 and 14:00-17:00 on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays while on Saturday it is from 09:00-12:00 and 13:00-16:00. Sundays you can book only in the morning from 09:00-12:00. The slots are always three hours for N$ 500.
PLEASE NOTE (this comes from experience), DO NOT BOOK TIME SLOTS IF YOUR'E NOT SURE THAT YOU CAN ATTEND THE CLASS. PEOPLE WHO BOOK AND NOT COMMIT TO THE CLASSES OR WHO CAN'T BE CONTACTED OR WHO DO NOT PAY, WILL GET ON A BLACLIST WHICH MEANS THAT THOSE PEOPLE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO ATTEND ANY CLASS IN THE FUTURE.