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Talks by Mark Tedeschi

Mark Tedeschi opens the Head On Photo Festival, Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney, 2011
(photo by John Swainston)

Mark Tedeschi has given many talks and presentations about photography to:

  • Art Gallery of NSW
  • Art Gallery Society
  • Photography Clubs
  • Community groups
  • Schools
 

His talks and presentations include:

  • Nikons & Icons (a survey of Mark’s photography, the equipment that he uses, how to pursue a photographic passion and push your photography to the next level) (1½-2 hours)
     
  • The science and technique of photography (aperture, shutter speed, ISO, megapixels, lenses, white balance, file types, file sizes, f.stop, depth of field, sensor size, and choosing a suitable camera) (1½-2 hours)
     
  • Serendipity in photography (the role of serendipity in photography and how to increase your chances of finding it) (1½-2 hours)
     
  • Metaphor and allegory in photography (why photography has earned a legitimate place as a visual art form alongside painting, drawing, sculpture and filmmaking) (1½-2 hours)
     
  • A 5 part series on photography for beginners to intermediates (including two sessions on basic photoshop techniques) (1½-2 hours each)
     
  • Improving your holiday snaps (1½-2 hours)
     
  • Too many f.stops (a half hour conversation on photography in general)