Through a new lens

The Australian Centre for Photography is running short courses in the Sydney CBD
A black and white photograph of the Sydney Harbour bridge, taken at night with the lights on.
Photograph: James Martin © 2014, courtesy the artist
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Have you always suspected there's a photographer inside you, just waiting to get out? Well, now you can unleash your inner camera person with confidence, because the Australian Centre for Photography is back in the centre of Sydney, to teach you how to capture your life, the city and its surrounds.

If you don't know the difference between your camera's flower and mountain symbols, Digital Photography Basics can sort you out. It's the centre's most popular beginner course, and it'll show you how to work your camera, and take more compelling photos to boot.
 
For those who've tried capturing the Dr Chau Chak Wing Building and never managed to nail it, Exploring Urban Landscapes with Richard Glover will show you how to photograph architecture, with an edge.
 
Finally, get your selfie game up to 100 (or you know, use your camera phone for something else) in the Art of the Mobile with Markus Andersen. 
 
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