Maritime Photowalks with Phones
With Professional Travel Photographer and The West Travel Editor Stephen Scourfield and The West Travel Journalist William Yeoman
Phones put photography in our pocket.
Phone cameras have made huge advances in quality, freeing us up to be creative, and Maritime PhotoWalks with Phones will fully explore that.
Join The West Australian Newspaper’s specialist travel photographers Stephen Scourfield and William Yeoman to learn techniques, tips and trick, but, more importantly, they will lead and train your eye and unleash your creativity.
Each PhotoWalks with Phones group will be split in two, to help us focus on the feature of their particular phone’s camera.
There will be specific advice for both Apple IOS (iPhone) and Android (Samsung etc.) systems.
Learn to get the best from exposure and focus controls, portrait and pano, using original and colour modes.
Everyone will go home with a great PhotoWalks With Phones Guide full of tips - there’s more to these phone cameras than you might imagine.
You know your phone can take great photos. Let us help you make great pictures.
Meet your hosts
After a lifetime of travel and writing, the West Travel Clubs Travel Editor knows the world’s nooks and crannies. Twice named Australia’s Best Travel Writer, the recipient of a United Nations Media Award, he’s also an award winning novelist, an acclaimed professional photographer and word performer (and a mostly-reliable motorcyclist). The crew fears only one phrase: “I’ve had an idea …”
Before joining the Travel team, William Yeoman was Literary Editor and Senior Arts Writer at The West Australian. He is also a former director of Perth Festival Writers Week and New Norcia Writers Festival. As a travel writer and photographer, Will's focus is Japan and WA. Though he enjoys searching out all that's good in arts and culture, no matter where in the world he finds himself...
The Maritime Festival is presented by the City of Albany.
With thanks to the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development and the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications through Festivals Australia.