Photography 
or Marriage Celebrancy
with Xavier Radic

"The arts are a window on our world that capture... imagination and let it grow. 
 We should all have the opportunity to look through that window." 

 HRH The Prince of Wales

A nationwide series of  photography Workshops raising funds for Syrian Refugee Children through UNICEF, NZ, expected  for early in 2019 .  Donations to be done through UNICEF. 


https://www.unicef.org.nz/cause/syrian-childrens-crisis



Photography Workshops or Classes -  Put a group together and enquire for 2019.  


A weekly Photography Group based in South Otago  (meeting at a different location outdoors every Monday - midday to 3.30pm'ish) being created,  tackling new challenges each week. Start with a picnic lunch and finish with afternoon tea (provided), emailed tutorials and handouts also provided. Come and enjoy upskilling your own Photography, a new camera and just enjoy taking pictures and the outdoors. Something for everyone. 


A small fee (koha) applies for each week you come.  

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 ## A nationwide series of Photography Workshops in 2019##


To help raise funds/awareness of Syrian Refugee Children through UNICEF, NZ expected to start early 2019. A donation must be made  to UNICEF (workshop fee is then $25pp paid on day - instead of  $120pp).  


https://www.unicef.org.nz/cause/syrian-childrens-crisis


Series general photography workshops with Xavier Radić are offered, each in different areas outdoors around New Zealand. Looking at many aspects of photography and how you can improve your own images, such as; Camera Settings, Macro/Close-up, Focus and Composition, but to mention some. Use these workshops to improve your own photography, knowledge of your camera and how to see.


Workshops will run, 10.00am to 3.30pm (including 1 hour for lunch), during 2019. Workshops are suitable for all ages, and also children aged 7 to 11 (accompanied by an adult). First half of each workshop is looking at the technical stuff with your camera and the second half taking photos with group and individual challenges. Workshops happen in all weathers. Please dress accordingly with suitable footwear.


Workshop Dates/Locations:


TO BE ADVISED.


What to Bring: Camera (any), spare battery, empty camera card, something to sit on (cushion, blanket, seat), tripod (if you have one), lunch & drink, dress warm (for weather conditions) and wear sensible footwear, raincoat (a plastic poncho from a $2 shop), sun hat.  


Please advise me of your attendance in advance of workshop (and that you have made a UNICEF donation).


Normal Workshop Fees: (per person)

$120 Adults & $45 children*/students (*7 yo to 11 yo)



If you are ever unable to attend or miss any workshop for whatever reason, you are most welcome to join a later one when able. For emergencies Ph: 0222 647 000


For queries and to confirm your booking prior to the date of workshop, please email: Xavier Radić ([email protected]) after booking and in advance of the workshop. 

You may attend more than one workshop or bring friends, for a donation/s to UNICEF.


A few FREE  Handouts, supplied electronically after all workshops.


Classes, Workshops or Private Tuition are provided from time to time around New Zealand, can be booked through this site or on  TradeMe.


Xavier Radic is also available as your 'Marriage Celebrant' with the 'Wedding Photography' available as a specially designed package to suit your own requirements that consider cost, venue & location, by request. Email or telephone for an appointment to discuss, available nationwide.


Classes & Workshops are all taught by: 


Xavier Radic 

BFA, MA (Hons), Cert Tert Tchng, Cert ESOL Tchng, Cert ACE. 


Xavier, involved with Photography since 1965, has many years of Photographic experience and has been teaching adults Professionally (also Primary & Secondary Students) since 2003. Xavier also, as a Professional Artist & Photography Practitioner, has exhibited for several years, mostly overseas. Artwork represented and exhibited permanently since 2009, at the Leslie Lohmann Gallery & Museum, at Soho in New York.

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