07 June 2020

Walkabout Hout Bay Harbour

Yachts moored in Hout Bay Harbour Cape Town
Yachts moored in Hout Bay Harbour Cape Town
Quick walkabout Hout Bay Harbour, Cape Town

While purchasing some fresh fish I took a few shots of the immediate surroundings...

Cape Town Location
Hout Bay Harbour, Cape Town (a 20 kilometer drive from the Cape Town city center)

Canon Full-Frame Wide-Angle Lens Experimentation on Crop Body
Today was the first time I tried out the Canon EOS 70D and EF 16-35mm f/4L IS USM Ultra-Wide Angle (Full Frame) lens. Usually the lens is paired with my Canon EOS 6D, but at the time of the walkabout the EOS 6D was paired with the Canon EF 24-70mm f/4 L IS USM lens. The field of view of the 16-35mm on the crop body EOS 70D is more / less the same as the 24-70mm on the Full Frame 6D.

Canon Equipment
  • Canon EOS 70D SLR camera body
  • Canon EF-S 16-35mm f/4L IS USM.lens

Av Mode - Aperture Priority Settings
  • Aperture: f/8 - f/11
  • Auto ISO 100
  • Shutter speed: various
  • Image Stabilization
  • Auto focus (lens)

Post-Processing
RAW to JPG conversion on Acer notebook / Lightroom CC 9.0

Colourful Fishing Boats Moored in the Hout Bay Harbour Cape Town
Colourful Fishing Boats Moored in the Hout Bay Harbour Cape Town

Yachts in Hout Bay Harbour Cape Town
Yachts moored in Hout Bay Harbour Cape Town

Fishing Boat in Hout Bay Harbour, Cape Town
Fishing Boat moored in Hout Bay Harbour, Cape Town

Sightseeing Vessel, NAUTICAT, moored in Hout Bay Harbour Cape Town
Sightseeing Vessel, NAUTICAT, moored in Hout Bay Harbour Cape Town

Fishing Boats Moored in the Hout Bay Harbour Cape Town
Fishing Boats Moored in the Hout Bay Harbour Cape Town


Hout Bay Harbour  Boland Boesmanland Fishing Boats with Canon EOS 70D Vernon Chalmers Photography
Boland  & Boesmanland Fishing Boats Hout Bay Harbour Cape Town

Sunken Fishing Boat in Hout Bay Harbour Cape Town
Sunken Fishing Boat Hout Bay Harbour Cape Town



Lady Cleaning Fish Hout Bay Harbour, Cape Town (with Coronavirus / COVID-19 Face Mask)
Lady Cleaning Fish Hout Bay Harbour, Cape Town (with Coronavirus / COVID-19 Face Mask)


Angelfish / Butterfish / Kingklip Fish / Yellowtail Fish Hout Bay Harbour
Angelfish / Butterfish / Kingklip Fish / Yellowtail Fish Hout Bay Harbour

Seal Island Cruises  Hout Bay Drumbeat Charters Cape Town
Seal Island Cruises  Hout Bay Drumbeat Charters Cape Town

01 June 2020

Canon EOS 7D Mark II: Links to professional Previews and Reviews

Canon EOS 7D Mark II: Links to professional previews and reviews
After the September 2014 global market release of the new Canon EOS 7D Mark II 20.2 Megapixel APS-C Dual Pixel CMOS AF (Dual Digic 6 image processors) DSLR camera, many websites and blogs released their sales previews / reviews.

Recommended Canon EOS 7D Mark II Settings
Autofocus, Drive Move and Metering - Gallery

Canon EOS 7D Mark II - First impressions / Test Shoots
Woodbridge Island, Cape Town

Canon EOS 7D Mark II - Birds in Flight Photo Gallery
Canon EOS 7D Mark II - Birds in Flight Photo Gallery

Online Reviews - Canon EOS 7D Mark II DSLR Camera

Canon EOS 7D Mark II DSLR Camera Consumer Reviews 


Canon EOS 7D Mark II Camera Specifications / Sample Images

Cropability of the Canon EOS 7D Mark II
Cropability of the Canon EOS 7D Mark II

Canon EOS 7D Mark II Sample Images / Video

Canon EOS 7D Mark II PDF Downloads


Canon EOS 7D Mark II Previews / Reviews

Canon EOS 7D Mark II vs EOS 7D View >>

Canon EOS 7D Mark II vs EOS 70D View >>

Canon EOS 7D Mark II vs EOS 80D View >>

More Canon EOS / PowerShot Camera Professional / Consumer Reviews View >>

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Red-Knobbed Koot in Flight  :  Canon EOS 7D Mark II / Canon EF 400mm f/5.6L USM Lens
Red-Knobbed Koot in Flight  :  Canon EOS 7D Mark II / Canon EF 400mm f/5.6L USM Lens

Yello-billed Duck in Flight  :  Canon EOS 7D Mark II / Canon EF 400mm f/5.6L USM Lens
Yello-billed Duck in Flight  :  Canon EOS 7D Mark II / Canon EF 400mm f/5.6L USM Lens

Close-Up Photography : Canon EOS 7D Mark II / Canon EF 400mm f/5.6L USM Lens
Close-Up Photography : Canon EOS 7D Mark II / Canon EF 400mm f/5.6L USM Lens (Exension Tube)

Canon EOS 7D Mark II Product Info / Downloads

Birds in Flight Photography with Canon EOS 70D

Birds in Flight with Canon EOS 70D / EF 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM Lens
Birds in Flight: Canon EOS 70D / EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6L Lens

Preparation for the Birds in Flight Photography Workshop
I frequently get questions on what the 'best' focal lens length is for shooting Birds in Flight at Woodbridge Island, Cape Town (where we will facilitate the Birds in Flight Photography Workshop practicals).

My response: it will depend if you're shooting with a Full Frame or an APS-C (Crop) DSLR body. For most bodies the focal length of 300 - 600mm generally works best. (The detail and differences are generally / more specifically discussed and demonstrated during my Birds in Flight Photography private training / workshops.


Also read: Canon EOS 70D for Birds in flight Photography (with images)

There is also the question of prime vs zoom lenses? I generally prefer a 400mm prime lens (non-zoom) lens on a crop body for Birds in Flight. My current DSLR body choice is the Canon EOS 7D Mark II with its fast and very effective Autofocus system. (Prime vs zoom lens options will also be discussed during the workshop).

Many photographers attending or are interested in the Birds in Flight workshops also ask the question: Is it possible to shoot Birds in Flight with a 70-300mm zoom lens?

To answer this question I went out with a Canon EOS 70D (crop body) and a EF 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM Lens and captured a few Birds in Flight at Woodbridge Island under the same conditions / settings as I would when shooting with Canon EOS 7D Mark II / Canon EF 400mm f/5.6L USM prime lens.

Herewith a selection of 7 images captured during one shoot.

All with Canon EOS 70D / Canon EF 70-300mm lens f/4.5.6L IS USM Lens at 300mm

For photographers interested in attending the Birds in Flight Workshop at Intaka Island / Woodbridge Island, Cape Town with 'only' a 70-300mm lens - I'm confident that you will be more than OK with your 70-300mm zoom lens (considering reasonable light / technique and some patience).

If you're still not sure of your setup, don't hesitate to Contact Me


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Birds in Flight with Canon EOS 70D / EF 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM Lens
Sandwich Tern: Birds in Flight Photography Cape Town - Canon EOS 70D

Birds in Flight with Canon EOS 70D / EF 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM Lens
Oystercatcher:  Birds in Flight Photography Cape Town - Canon EOS 70D

Birds in Flight with Canon EOS 70D / EF 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM Lens
Little Egret: Birds in Flight Photography Cape Town - Canon EOS 70D

Birds in Flight with Canon EOS 70D / EF 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM Lens
Egyptian Goose: Birds in Flight Photography Cape Town - Canon EOS 70D

Birds in Flight with Canon EOS 70D / EF 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM Lens
Pied Kingfisher: Birds in Flight Photography Cape Town - Canon EOS 70D

White-Breasted Cormorant: Birds in Flight Photography Cape Town - EOS 70D
White-Breasted Cormorant: Birds in Flight Photography Cape Town - EOS 70D

Birds in Flight with Canon EOS 70D / EF 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM Lens
African Ibis: Birds in Flight Photography Cape Town - Canon EOS 70D

Canon EOS 7D Mark II First Impressions - Birds in flight Photography Cape Town View

Canon EOS 80D First Impressions - Birds in flight Photography Cape Town View

Table Bay Nature Reserve: Hidden Urban Treasure

Entrance to the Table Bay Nature Reserve
Entrance to the Table Bay Nature Reserve
A short hike from Woodbridge Island, opposite Milnerton High School, is the entrance to the Milnerton Lagoon section of the Table Bay Nature Reserve conservation Biodiversity Network. A relatively small wetlands area, but part of the much wider geographical nature conservation zone covering the Rietvlei Wetlands, Milnerton Lagoon, Milnerton Beach, Milnerton Racecourse, Zoarvlei Wetlands, Diep River and the Parklands Fynbos Corridor.

I frequently hike the Milnerton Lagoon / Diep River area in the hope of spotting some of the various bird species around the roadside of the Milnerton Lagoon, the Diep River and the tiny island (not Woodbridge Island) where I regularly photograph egyptian geese, grey herons, pied kingfishers and spoonbills.


I've spotted a lonesome malachite kingfisher flying past a few times, but I'm still unable to discover his perching whereabouts - or to get a good in flight capture. On a sunny morning there are many red-knobbed coots scooting down the river.

Perched Pied Kingfisher : Table Bay Nature Reserve
Smaller Birds
Various smaller birds like the weaver and waxbill chirp and hop impatiently through the reeds. Many of the larger birds also land and feed on the Milnerton golf course side of the Diep River. 

On any given day there will be at least one Pied kingfisher flying, diving and / or perched. Personally, my favorite small bird to watch and photograph.

During summer many sandwich and swift terns carry out their spectacular dives and turns out past the pump station into the main reserve area. 

Malachite kingfisher
Over the last couple months I've also captured the elusive malachite kingfisher perched / (and eventually in flight) in the reserve and on the wooden bridge.


More information on the Woodbridge Island, Cape Town Local Bird Species

 Table Bay Nature Reserve: Hidden Urban Treasure
Karoo Prinea : Table Bay Nature Reserve
Entrance to the Table Bay Nature Reserve (Milnerton Beach / Milnerton Lagoon / Diep River) is free and the images below are captured from about a 10 - 15 minutes walk from Milnerton Lagoon / Woodbridge Island through the Diep River entrance.

There are some amazing views of the Diep River, the prominent Milnerton Lighthouse on Woodbridge Island and our majestic Table Mountain. 

On the other side of the Diep River are the lushes greens of the Milnerton Golf Course - on a quite morning you will hear the regular 'ping' of golf balls being driven down the well-kept fairways.

Snapshots with Canon EOS 6D / EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6L IS USM lens.


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Table Bay Nature Reserve - Diep River View
Table Bay Nature Reserve - Diep River View

Table Bay Nature Reserve - Table Mountain View
Table Bay Nature Reserve - Table Mountain View

Links to more Table Bay Nature Reserve information

Table Bay Nature Reserve - City of Cape Town
Table Bay Nature Reserve - City of Cape Town

Table Bay Nature Reserve - Cape Bird Club

Table Bay Nature Reserve - Cape Bird Club

Bird Watching in the Table Bay Nature Reserve
Bird Watching in the Table Table Bay Nature Reserve

Table Bay Nature Reserve - Wikipedia
Table Bay Nature Reserve - Wikipedia

Table Bay Nature Reserve - Cape Town Green Map
Table Bay Nature Reserve - Cape Town Green Map

Table Bay Nature Reserve – Responsible Tourism
Table Bay Nature Reserve – Responsible Tourism


Accommodation near Table Bay Nature Reserve
Accommodation near Table Bay Nature Reserve

Birds in Flight Photography Cape Town
Birds in Flight Photography Cape Town


Directions / Map to the Diep River Section of the Table Bay Nature Reserve, Cape Town
Entrance to the Table Bay Nature Reserve is on the Diep River side of the crossing of Broad Road and West Coast Road. My recommendation if you coming by car is to park on Woodbridge Island and walk over the main bridge, past the old wooden bridge and keep along the Diep River, past the pump station rondawel and enter to the left where you see the Table Bay Nature Reserve sign board (at the traffic lights).

Directions / Map to the Diep River Section of the Table Bay Nature Reserve, Cape Town


Close-Up Photography : Table Bay Nature Reserve, Woodbridge Island
Close-Up Photography : Table Bay Nature Reserve, Woodbridge Island

Using Auto ISO for High Speed Action

Auto ISO Study for Birds in Flight Photography
I'm currently researching the application of Auto ISO in Birds in Flight photography and would like to share a few images captured with the Canon EOS 70D / EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6L IS USM Lens - demonstrating the modern DSLR's ability for making ISO changes (when Auto-ISO is enabled).

Note: My own field study is based on the relationship between BIF photography (high shutter speed action shooting / continuous AF tracking) and the modern DSLR's Auto-ISO function and will not (necessarily) apply for static subjects (i.e. perched birds) - although, I use the same settings when shooting perched birds (when out doing Birds in Flight photography in good light).

The Canon EOS 70D (APS-C / crop body) is not really recognized as a Canon-recommended high-end body (in the same way as the EOS 7D Mark II (2014) and higher were at the time of Canon's 2013 Auto-ISO publication) for shooting Auto-ISO in Manual and the Semi-Auto Modes (Av = Aperture Priority / Tv = Shutter Priority Modes).

Nevertheless, I went out with the EOS 70D on Auto-ISO for testing / demonstrating the typical enthusiast camera's ability for auto-adjusting ISO's in a low-light and fast-changing background shooting environment.



Each of the 4 consecutive frames exposed at different ISO's as the small / erratic bird moved quickly against a lighter to a darker background:

Image 1
 ISO 1000
Image 2 ISO 1600
Image 3 ISO 2000
Image 4 ISO 2500

Canon Gear

  • Canon EOS 70D
  • Canon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6L IS USM Lens

Exposure Settings

  • Manual Mode
  • Aperture: f/5.6
  • ISO: Auto ISO (1000 - 2500)
  • Shutter Speed:1/5000s

Autofocus (AF) Settings
  • AI Servo
  • Continuous Shooting: 7 fps
  • Zone Selection
  • Handheld

Focal Length
: 300mm

Lightroom 6 Post-Processing
Minimal post-processing (+- 50% crop / slight exposure correction / lens profile correction)

Cape Town Location
Pied Kingfisher at the Pump Station Diep River / Woodbridge Island

Shooting Conditions
Low-light / overcast conditions

Finding
A significant finding is the rapid change in ISO 1000 to 2500 (between the 4 continuous frames) as the camera is attempting an ideal exposure.

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Auto ISO Study for Birds in Flight Photography
Image 1: ISO 1000 - Auto-ISO for Birds in Flight Photography (Canon EOS 70D)

Auto ISO Study for Birds in Flight Photography
Image: ISO 1600 - Auto-ISO for Birds in Flight Photography (Canon EOS 70D)

Auto ISO Study for Birds in Flight Photography
Image 3: ISO 2000 - Auto-ISO for Birds in Flight Photography (Canon EOS 70D)

Auto ISO Study for Birds in Flight Photography
Image 4: ISO 2500 - Auto-ISO for Birds in Flight Photography (canon EOS 70D)

Low Light / High ISO Shooting Canon EOS 7D Mark II Cape Town View

Birds in Flight Photography Cape Town View

Canon EF Lens Full Time Manual Focus Override

Canon EF Lens Full Time Manual Focus Override
Canon EOS 6D / EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6L IS USM Lens
I often use the lens full time manual focus override function on my Canon USM zoom lens when doing close-up photography with the Canon EOS 6D / Canon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6L IS USM lens (without a tripod).

Canon Full Time Manual Focus Override
Full time manual focus override is a lens focusing function for fine-tuning focus while in camera / lens Autofocus mode. Its not always possible in the field (without a tripod) to go manual focus when doing close-up photography - for this purpose I gently turn / fine-tune the lens focus ring for pin-point focusing (whilst in AF Mode).


Link to all Canon EF / EF-S / EF-M lenses compatible with the Full Time Manual Focus Override function - View>>

When to use Full Time Manual Focus Override

  • Fine-tuning focus when in AF Mode 
  • During close-up photography (not on tripod) 

Canon Equipment

  • Canon EOS 6D
  • Canon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6L IS USM Lens
  • Canon EF25 II Extension Tube

Canon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6L IS USM Lens Focus Ring
Canon official nomenclature showing the focus ring. Most Canon lenses will have the focus ring just behind the the front lens element, but with the Canon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6L IS USM lens it is located more towards the back of the lens.


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Canon EF 70-300mm 70-300mm f/4-5.6L IS USM Lens Showing the Focus Ring
Canon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6L IS USM Lens

Exposure / Lens Settings
  • M Mode: f/5.6 - 6.3 
  • ISO 100 - 2500
  • Shutter Speed 1/500
  • Lens AF / IS on

Handheld / Focal Length: 170-300mm

Shooting location / Conditions

Table Bay Nature Reserve / Woodbridge Island, Cape Town. Sunny early morning


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Canon EF Lens Full Time Manual Focus Override
Canon EF Lens Full Time Manual Focus Override Source

Canon EF Lens Full Time Manual Focus Override
Canon EF Lens Full Time Manual Focus Override Source

Canon EF Lens Full Time Manual Focus Override
Canon EF Lens Full Time Manual Focus Override Source

Canon EF Lens Full Time Manual Focus Override
Canon EF Lens Full Time Manual Focus Override  Override

Canon EOS 7D Mark II: Auto-ISO / Low Light Shooting

Canon EOS 7D Mark II: Low Light / High ISO Shooting Woodbridge Island Cape Town
Canon EOS 7D Mark II / 400mm Lens  Auto-ISO 2000
Auto-ISO / Low Light  Birds In Flight Shooting with Canon EOS 7D Mark II / EF 400mm f/5.6L USM Telephoto Lens - Cape Town

Objective: Low light testing of the Canon EOS 7D Mark II's Auto-ISO ability in early morning / changing light conditions.

Shooting Conditions: Early morning during / after sunrise with a slight fog in the air. 


Images
All images were captured in Manual Mode: Multi-shot / continuous mode at 10 fps AI Servo. Post-processing done with Adobe Lightroom 5.7. RAW to JPG conversion with some sharpening and noise reduction applied.

Location
Milnerton Lagoon / Woodbridge Island Cape Town (Birds in Flight Photography)

Canon Gear / Memory Cards

  • Canon EOS 7D Mark II camera body 
  • Canon EF 400mm f/5.6L USM lens
  • SanDisk Extreme 64GB 120MB/s CF Card
  • Lexar Professional CompactFlash UDMA 7 32 GB
  • Sandisk Extreme Plus SDHC™ UHS-I Card 95MB/s 32 GB


Exposure / Other Settings: Canon EOS 7D Mark II / EF 400mm f/5.6L USM Lens

  • Manual Mode
  • Aperture: f/5.6 - 6.3 
  • Auto-ISO 1000 - 2000 
  • Focal Length: 400mm 
  • Shutter speed: 1/3200 - 1/4000 seconds 
  • AF on - Case 1 / Zone - Wide-Zone
  • Lens Autofocus on
  • Handheld
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Canon EOS 7D Mark II / 400mm Lens - ISO 3200 f/5.6 1/4000s  - Cape Town
Canon EOS 7D Mark II / 400mm Lens - ISO 3200 f/5.6 1/4000s  - Cape Town

Canon EOS 7D Mark II: Low Light / High ISO Shooting Woodbridge Island Cape Town
Canon EOS 7D Mark II / 400mm Lens - ISO 1000 f/5.6 1/4000s  - Cape Town


Canon EOS 7D Mark II: Low Light / High ISO Shooting Woodbridge Island Cape Town
Canon EOS 7D Mark II / 400mm Lens - ISO 1250 f/5.6 1/4000s - Cape Town


Canon EOS 7D Mark II: Low Light / High ISO Shooting Woodbridge Island Cape Town
Canon EOS 7D Mark II / 400mm Lens ISO 1600 f/5.6 1/4000s - Cape Town


Canon EOS 7D Mark II: Low Light / High ISO Shooting Woodbridge Island Cape Town
Canon EOS 7D Mark II / 400mm Lens ISO 1600 f/5.6 1/4000s - Cape Town


Canon EOS 7D Mark II: Low Light / High ISO Shooting Woodbridge Island Cape Town
Canon EOS 7D Mark II / 400mm Lens - ISO 2000 f/6.3 1/3200s  - Cape Town


Canon EOS 7D Mark II: Shooting In The Fog Cape Town
Canon EOS 7D Mark II: Shooting In The Fog Cape Town

Canon EOS 7D Mark II - First impressions and Test Shoots Cape Town
Canon EOS 7D Mark II - First impressions and Test Shoots Cape Town

Canon EOS 7D Mark II - Birds in Flight Photo Gallery
Canon EOS 7D Mark II - Birds in Flight Photo Gallery>>

Canon EOS 7D Mark II : Automatic Selection Autofocus Testing
Canon EOS 7D Mark II : Automatic Selection Autofocus Testing

Canon EOS 7D Mark II : Wide Zone Autofocus Testing
Canon EOS 7D Mark II : Wide Zone Autofocus Testing

Cropability of the Canon EOS 7D Mark II
Cropability of the Canon EOS 7D Mark II

Photography Training Gift Vouchers Cape Town

Photography Training Gift Vouchers and Ideas for Birthdays / Christmas
Vernon Chalmers Photography Training Gift Vouchers and Ideas for Birthdays / Christmas

Father's Day Photography Training Gift Voucher Options Cape Town

Most of my photography training / individual training sessions are available as a Birthday / Christmas / Other Special Occasion training gift voucher with a one year validity period.

Any Photography Training Gift Voucher purchased is valid for 1 YEAR

How Many Sessions?Training sessions are generally between two and four sessions (of up to 5 hours per session) and are available in three different client training options:
  • R950 for two sessions
  • R1 650 for three sessions
  • R2 250 for four sessions

Rates / sessions are only applicable for Gift Vouchers and will be valid for one year.

Current Delegate / Training Client Discount (Since 2013)
Standard 25% discount will apply for purchasing / making a booking for somebody else.

Please note that all my camera and photography skills development training sessions are only available for owners of Canon EOS / PowerShot digital cameras. For Adobe Lightroom training it could be any camera brand.

Canon EOS / Photography Private Training Gift Voucher Options
  • Introduction to Photography / Canon Cameras More 
  • Canon EOS Autofocus / AI Servo Master Class More
  • Birds in Flight Photography Workshop More
  • Canon Speedlite Flash Photography Workshop More
  • Macro / Close-Up Photography Workshop More
  • Landscape / Long Exposure Photography Workshop More
  • Digital Workflow / Lightroom Post-Processing Workshop More

Individual Learning Approach
The training sessions could be any combination of the photography training - Canon EOS / photography and / or Adobe Lightroom post-processing offer (see detailed options here).

Personalised Gift Voucher Information
All Photography Training Gift Vouchers to be prepared with a personal message and emailed as PDF document file.

Photography Training Location
All theory / settings / exposure training is facilitated in my training studio apartment in Milnerton, Cape Town (opposite Woodbridge Island).

Practical applications will be around Woodbridge Island / Milnerton beach. Practical application will depend on the type of training selected.

Photography Training Gift Voucher Costs
Training sessions are generally between two and thee sessions (of up to 5 hours per session) and range from R850 to R1 250 (excluding Accommodation) depending on specific Canon camera / training requirements.

Method of Gift Voucher Payment: Payment Options>>


Photography Training Gift Voucher Validity Period
Training sessions should be attended within one year after payment. Individual sessions will be scheduled to the maximum time and value benefit with delegate(s).

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Vernon Chalmers Photography Training Gift Vouchers are transferable (within the validity period), but not refundable.

Contact me for discussing specific photography gift voucher options

Photography Training Gift Vouchers for Birthdays / Christmas
Macro Photography : Canon EOS 6D / EF 100mm f/2.8 USM Macro Lens & Speedlite Flash