Pay R360 instead of R900 for a 2-hour digital photography lesson with Roho Ya Chui (save 60%)

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In a Nutshell

  • Save 60% on a 2-hour digital photography lesson
  • Improve technique
  • Individual lessons
  • Professional advice and tips
  • Ideal as a gift

The Fine Print

  • Booking essential: 076 508 5850
  • Groupon redeemable in Parkhurst, Johannesburg
  • Groupon redeemable for 3 months
  • Groupon only valid and issued once deal closes
  • Redemption only on presentation of individual printed Groupon(s)
  • Limited number available
  • The picture displayed is just a representation
  • Groupon not redeemable with in-store promotions
  • Groupon must be used in one visit
  • All bookings are subject to availability
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Just as Good is the enemy of Great, an inexperienced photographer is the best friend of the Blurry photo and the worst enemy of its mother, the camera. Butter up mum with cool camera quips and today’s Groupon: a 2-hour digital photography lesson for R360 from Roho Ya Chui.

Training index fingers, eyes, imaginations and objects-in-question to work in unison, much like a synchronised swimming team, the Roho Ya Chui photography school accommodates everyone from the I-got this-as-a-birthday-gift novices to the I’ve-been-doing-this-for-years pros. With a tutorial instructor like Ute Sonnenberg giving you the freedom to express yourself through your digital camera, shutters will click, exhibiting a unique skill that the human eye is ill-equipped for – savour precious and stunning memories. Customised to the needs of each individual, the 2-hour digital photography lesson is designed to equip you with the know-how on how to wield your camera, pass on technical insights, absorb composition tips and tricks and embark on practical exercises, warranting digital picture-perfect snapshots every time you whip out your mystical tool.

Red-eyes done away with, blurry smears pushed out into the immediate atmosphere and trees growing out of heads a thing of the past, picture-taking machines will go from worst enemy to snap-happy sidekick, while new best friends like the awesome-every-time photo emerges.

Photo Fact: The famous photo entitled “The Magic Muffin” was the first photo to have been photobombed. The photo exhibited a strange muffin-shaped rabbit hole with a rabbit that (apparently) popped his head out at exactly the right moment.

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