LEARN TO TAKE BETTER PHOTOS.
UNDERSTAND HOW TO USE YOUR CAMERA.
ENJOY A RELAXED LEARNING ENVIRONMENT.
SEE SOME OF THE SITES.
GET SOME FRESH AIR AND EXERCISE.
About The Lensflair Perth Photography Walking Tours
Run at various locations around Perth, each Walk-Shop tour aims to teach you how to get more out of your photography while enjoying the freedom of being outdoors and seeing some of the many sights this great city has to offer. You get the simple easy to understand coaching on how to effectively use your camera while applying your skills in the ultimate practical experience.
"10 out of 10. We all had so much fun and were amazed at how simple using our cameras became. Paul is not only a great photographer, but also an amazing teacher. If you want to learn how to take better pics, go on the next Walkshop" – Emma & Steve
See for yourself why the Lensflair Photography Walking Tours are the best of their kind in Perth. You receive a great teacher, proven coaching methods, a friendly and positive learning environment and did we mention a fun experience with other like minded individuals?
"I have had my DSLR for 5 years and never felt confident using it. That all changed in a few short hours. And the best thing…I had so much fun. Great day out." - Max
“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I remember, involve me and I learn” - Benjamin Franklin
"I have been on three Walkshop Tours now. I have learnt something on each one and met some really nice people along the way. Thanks for a great experience" – Dan
Margaret is 51 and works part time as a receptionist. Having been married for 27 years she has three amazing grown-up children and has recently welcomed her first grandchild into the world.
“I have sort of been the person responsible for family photos over the years but I never really knew what I was doing. My children would always make fun of my photos and joke about how even passport photos were better than my photos”
“For my 50th birthday, my husband bought me a brand new Canon DSLR and joked that if this didn’t improve my photography then nothing would. I find smart phones confusing so how was I supposed to use this new camera? Then when Chloe was born I became so frustrated that I was missing out on capturing my first grandchild as she grew up”
“For my next birthday, my husband was a lot smarter and bought me two photography walking tours. He joked that my photography was that bad I probably needed two goes at it. I turned up for my first Walk-Shop and I felt so nervous and almost dropped the camera. Luckily Paul caught it somehow, put the camera strap around my neck and just smiled putting me instantly at ease.”
Margaret and her husband are at a stage of their lives where they can go on a holiday overseas each year. They have been to Thailand and Bali and in a few months are off to Europe for 6 weeks. One of the first things she said was that she was worried that she won’t be able to take the photos that she wants to take to impress her family and friends.
“After the first hour I began to have confidence using my camera for the first time in my life. By the end of the session I was brimming with confidence and couldn’t wait to go on the second Walking Tour. I actually feel confident that I can now take some nice photos of little Chloe and hopefully I wont be the butt of family jokes anymore. Paul gave me some great advice with what I will need for Europe (He has travelled it seems everywhere) and where to go to get the best camera deals.”
See the sites while learning how to take better photos. Discover places you might not have even know existed.
"I am backpacking around Australia and want to have great photos of my adventures. He taught me so much in a small time and now I take great photos. WOW" – Katrin