Pets! We have them, we love them, but can we can never take a good photo of them without taking a hundred first right!?
Propel are very excited to have partnered up with Saving Animals from Euthanasia Inc. (SAFE) for this amazing workshop! They will bring their friendliest rescue dogs as models and experienced animal photographer Caroline Furst will teach participants all about using varying depth of fields, shutter speeds, capturing motion and incorporating the light and composition to create amazing animal shots.
If you’re a young photographer and animal lover this workshop is for you! Please note there are very limited spaces for this workshop so please make sure you book early.
WHEN: Saturday 28 September, 10am – 12.30pm
WHERE: Urban Orchard Space (opposite the Art Gallery of WA)
WHO: For ages 12 – 26
COST: $25 for Propel members, $30 for non-members
SAFE is Western Australia’s largest animal rescue organisation using the foster care model. Founded in 2003, they currently have 12 branches state-wide and have successfully re-homed more than 23,000 homeless animals. They utilise a dedicated team of volunteers ensuring an exceptional level of care for our rescue animals and a highly effective financial model. More than 80% of money donated goes directly to animal care. They are aligned with a wide network of Australia’s most respected welfare organisations and are the West Australian arm of Animal Welfare League Australia (AWLA).
All animals listed on their website are available for adoption. #adoptdontshop
Caroline Furst is WA based photographer, who specialises in portraits, pets, events and fine art photography. She is a driven photographer that aspires to capture ones true self.
She captures shots that are once in a lifetime and make the most fondest of memories, giving you the ability to showcase those special memories for lifetimes to come.
Facebook: Caroline Furst Photography
We acknowledge that this program will take place on the land of the Whadjuk Noongar peoples and pay our respects to Elders past and present.